You are aware that things are no longer as easy as they once were. You dread thinking about getting through the day and hope that you will somehow begin to feel better but never do. You feel guilty for not doing things that you used and never seem to be able to live up to your potential.
You are not alone! I know what it’s like to feel stuck and feel hopeless about anything changing.
As time goes on you know that life has become unmanageable. You know that something needs to change but perhaps do not know how it could.
Change is possible! I personally have seen it in my own journey and have witnessed it with many of the people that I work with.
Depression is insidious in the way that it saps the strength and willpower of those who have experienced its symptoms. Like all diseases and disorders, depression is an effect of something within your life that is out of place. The good news is that discovering how to achieve that balance opens the door for life to be depression-free.
There are many clinically tested ways to treat depression that have years of research behind it. As a therapist who specializes in treating depression, I can assure you that there is hope to be depression-free.
Overcoming depression is like waking up from a bad dream and realizing that the way you have been feeling is temporary. You’ll notice feeling self-confident again and having more energy to accomplish things that you have wanted to. You can enjoy the things you once enjoyed again and have joy that will be lasting.
As the effects of depression wane, your life will change for the better. Imagine waking up in the morning and embracing the day and no longer dreading what the day may hold. Feeling empowered and confident that you can overcome any obstacle, challenge, or disaster.
It is possible to have a new lease on life. I know, because I have personally witnessed many of the people, I have worked with having a completely new lease on life after working with them. Seeing people succeed and be free from depression is my passion.
Remember that life is truly lived when tiny changes occur.
If ready to see those changes, then please reach out to me today.