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Depression Treatment

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Depression Treatment for Women

As women,  professionals,  mothers, wives,  daughters, friends, and sisters we have personal experience with the struggles that women face on a daily basis. We enjoy guiding women in a journey of self-exploration: of their needs, emotions, and identity. Through conversation, we can explore how your past may be affecting you in the present. We can work together to recognize your negative thoughts and change them to a more positive outlook.

1 in 5 Women

will develop major depression at some point in their life.

As we develop a relationship we make every effort to see the whole you and challenge negative views you have of yourself. We openly ask for and accept all of your emotional experiences. It is our desire to offer women a safe space to freely be themselves.

During counseling, we support women in putting limits on their giving and taking more time for themselves. Creative outlets such as drawing, writing, journaling, or even cooking can be powerful methods of healing. Spending time in nature, doing pleasurable activities, or engaging in regular exercise are also frequent recommendations. We will support you in taking care of yourself as well as others. Through depression treatment, we try to help women regain hope and experience joy again. Our ultimate goal is to strengthen you in your mind, body, and spirit.

Depression treatment can help you find pleasure in your children and improve your relationship with your partner. It can teach new ways to cope, help you gain control over your emotions, and learn to manage stress.

You Are Not Alone

For some women, depression can be triggered by hormonal changes, such as during menstrual cycles or when menopause begins. For other women, pregnancy, a traumatic or difficult birth, or overwhelming postpartum adjustment can bring on depression. Fertility challenges, miscarriage, or even stillbirth often trigger despair.

Sometimes the stress of parenting or major life changes such as marriage, moves, unemployment, or new jobs causes sadness. Chronic problems in relationships or the loss of a loved one are also causes. Women focus much of their self-worth on their relationships. They often sacrifice their own health and needs in an effort to care for others.

The struggle of balancing the demands of marriage, parenthood, careers, a social life, and possibly caring for aging parents can come at a cost.

Many women are able to make it through their day-to-day activities but feel a constant sense of unhappiness lurking in the background. Women who are depressed are also more likely to be experiencing other problems like anxiety, alcohol or drug abuse, or eating problems.

In spite of women’s unique challenges, they also have an amazing capacity for healing and growth. You deserve to heal and feel happy again. If you are ready to discover more about yourself and break free of the sadness that brings you down, we are here to help.

Call us today and let us help you find your true self while living life fully.

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