Depression Treatment Counseling In Boca Raton.
Are you feeling down, lost, sad or lonely most of the time?
Have you experienced low energy, too much or too little appetite, and insomnia or too much sleep?
Do you struggle to get out of bed in the morning?
Are you constantly thinking negative thoughts and imagining the worst possible outcome?
We all experience sadness and feel depressed during difficult or stressful times in life. However, if you are suffering with depression, you may be sad most of the time and thinking negative thoughts may make it difficult to function in your daily life.
We Want To Let You Know There is Help For Depression!
A Question We Often Get Asked is "Why am I depressed?"
There can be a multitude of reasons. Here are some of the most common reasons.
- Marital problems or going through a divorce
- Work problems
- Parenting issues
- Post-Partum depression
- Financial issues
When you struggle with depression you can often experience both mental and physical symptoms like:
- Sadness and guilt
- Insomnia or sleeping too much
- Excessive hunger, fatigue or loss of appetite
- crying, irritable, or anger
- Forgetfulness or lack of concentration
- Weight gain or weight loss
- Loss of interest or pleasure in activities
Depression affect your life.
Depression can cause problems in your life such as in your family, your relationships, at school or work.
- At home, you may be isolated from your family, not talking as much, sleeping or not participating in family activities like you used to.
- You may also be irritable and angry. Your relationships could be affected because your friends and family may not understand what you are going through and want you to get over it.
- At work or in school, you may have trouble concentrating or focusing on your work, therefore making it difficult to get tasks completed. Or you may have lost your job.
These tough situations can cause depression and make you feel sad, hopeless, unmotivated and cry on a regular basis.
It can even make you feel like life isn’t worth living. But you can get over it because depression is a chemical imbalance in the brain and needs to be treated with a professional therapist.
We understand that if you are feeling depressed, it can make life difficult. It may be hard for you to get up and do your daily, healthy routine. You may feel like staying in bed and crying a lot. You may also have good days where you feel like you are starting to get better, but then the negative thoughts keep coming back. And on a bad day, you feel so hopeless that you fear you will never be your old self again.
There is help and hope for your depression!
If you are struggling with depression, you are not alone!
We work with a lot of amazing people whose depression is stopping them from living their life to the fullest!
On the outside, their lives may look pretty good, but on the inside, they are sad, hurting and hopeless most of the time.
Does this sound like you?
Depression can sneak up on you. Or you may be going through a difficult time in your life that caused the depression. Depression is not your fault. It is caused by a chemical imbalance in your brain, meaning the neurochemical levels in your brain are out of whack.
Depression can make life very tough. Regardless of the source of your depression, you are not alone. Depression affects 14.8 million American adults. Women experience depression twice the rate of men. The good news is that there is hope and help. There is depression treatment that works! You don’t have to let depression control your life! You can feel better today!
When you are depressed, it can feel like you will never get out from under a dark shadow. However, even the most severe form of depression is treatable.
We have treated clients with depression for the past 20 years and have done so successfully. We use cognitive therapy, relaxation and mindfulness techniques to help my clients feel better.
We also empower our clients to make lifestyle changes including exercise, nutrition, and increasing social support to improve their symptoms of depression.
Depression Treatment Can Help You Get Out From Under That Dark Cloud And Feel Better Again!
Through working with an experienced therapist, you can begin to:
- Understand why you feel this way
- Reframe your negative thinking
- Implement behavioral and lifestyle changes that will help you feel better
- Find the triggers for your depression
- Work through the root cause of your depression
- Learn tools to help you focus and concentrate so you can compete for tasks
- Build better relationships and improve current ones to reduce isolation and build social support.
- Set healthy boundaries like learning to say no. Counseling can help you determine what boundaries are right for you.
- Talking with an experienced therapist can provide useful feedback or more positive ways to handle life’s situations.
- Counseling can help you improve your self-esteem and self-confidence by learning to set healthy boundaries, completing tasks and building social support, you will feel happier and more confident!
We believe that things don’t change unless we do something about them. And, things can get better quickly when you are working on them with help and support.
With a plan, attention, and action, you can move through depression and function with greater ease.
We have extensive experience in providing treatment for depression to people who struggle with persistent and overwhelming sadness and hopelessness. When you are feeling depressed, it just means that your neurochemical levels(feel-good chemicals in the brain) are out of alignment.
Through counseling, you can learn how to talk back to the thoughts that cause your depression and build new habits and patterns of response that will result in feeling happier.
Through depression counseling, We will guide you to respond to your depression with a personalized depression treatment plan crafted just for you. Once you feel better, you can feel free to create a life that is driven by your interests, values, and goals.
It is important to me that you feel and comfortable in our sessions. Our offices look much like a cozy family room. We invite our clients to kick off their shoes if they want, grab a pillow and get comfy.
During your sessions, we will talk, laugh, and we may even shed some tears together. It is a mutual conversation, and during depression treatment, we will form a partnership with your long-term healing as our goal. If you don’t agree with me on something, I want to hear it!
You are the expert on your life, and together we will work to find what best meets your needs. You will get the tools you need to feel better about who you are what you want for your life.
We want to hear your story. As you talk about the things that are difficult for you, I will provide guidance, support, and direct and honest feedback.
With help, you can learn how to problem solve and discover solutions that will make life easier. You don’t have to live a life weighed down with depression anymore. Instead, you can begin to function with greater joy and ease.
Although you may feel that depression treatment can help you find long-lasting relief, you may still have questions and concerns:
Why depression Treatment? Shouldn’t I be able to handle this myself?
Research shows that talk therapy can help many people better identify and address the issues that are causing them pain. Many of my clients report relief from stress, anxiety, and depression after coming for just a few sessions with me.
While you certainly have the inner strength to handle this on your own, I believe that having the support and perspective of an unbiased third party can make the process easier and sometimes faster.
Can you guarantee I will feel better?
We can say that most clients feel better after working with us, and I will do my best to support you in your treatment for depression.
Sometimes clients with severe depression will need more than just therapy for relief. To determine what is best for you, I will actively seek out your opinions on how you see your anxiety treatment is progressing.
I don’t want to go on medication to treat my anxiety.
It is most definitely your choice whether to choose medication or not. Whenever possible, I consider whether your symptoms can be alleviated without medication. I like to give talk therapy a shot for the first 3-4 weeks to see if your symptoms improve.
Most of the time, symptoms do improve. However, if they don’t, we will address the option of medication again. Sometimes, even temporary medication can help you clear hurdles that may in the way of progress and relief. Ultimately, it will be up to you.
You deserve to have a helping hand when you are struggling. It doesn’t have to be this hard. You can feel happy, confident and in control of your life. Depression counseling can help you get there.
Are you ready to start living a life free from depression?
Contact us today for a free 15-minute phone consultation.