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Therapy for Depression and Anxiety

Statistics indicate that depressive and anxiety disorders affect nearly 18.8 million American adults or about 9.5% of the U.S population above 18 years of age. Both depression and anxiety affect so many of us and yet it often goes undiagnosed, leaving you feeling helpless, hopeless, tearful, guilty, weak and in physical pain. What once brought you happiness now just feels so exhausting and isolating. Patients suffering from depression often experience trouble sleeping, irritability and sometimes thoughts of suicide and self-harm, just to make the pain go away. Anxiety can leave us feeling shameful, overwhelmed, frightened, and consumed with panic and worry that feels like it’s never going to end.

Concerns include:

  • Feelings of hopelessness

  • Helplessness

  • Despair

  • Isolation

  • Feeling guilty for just wanting to eat, sleep and be alone

  • Feelings of self hate and low self esteem

  • Wanting to cry all the time

  • Feelings of Shame, confusion and deep pain

  • Feeling alone and misunderstood

  • ​Nightmares

  • Panic Attacks

  • PTSD

  • Trauma

  • Numbness

  • Guilt

  • Intrusive thoughts

  • Flashbacks

How Therapy Can Help:

  • Therapy can help relieve feelings of intense hopelessness and sadness

  • Unshackle you from feelings of guilt and worthlessness

  • Raise your energy and motivation

  • Stabilize eating and sleeping habits

  • Reduce or eradicate actions of self-sabotage, suicidal thoughts and/or self-harm

  • Process your traumatic experiences in a safe and comforting space at your own pace

  • Learn to control, manage and alleviate your worries, fears and panic

  • Make sense of and slow racing thoughts

  • Learn how to cope with transitions and change

  • Learn how to reach out and build healthy relationships with people who provide stability and safety

  • Find peace inside and in your life

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