Depression Is on the Rise.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health and John Hopkins Medical, depression now impacts approximately 6-9% of adults 18 years and older in the United States.
But depression doesn’t affect everyone the same. Per the DSM-5, there are several types of depression.
Depression Is Devastatingly Painful.
No matter what type of depression you are experiencing, it can impact your daily life. Together, we will work to reduce the symptoms of depression by creating treatments that fit your needs. When the symptoms of depression are present, do you experience:
The PAIN you feel today is the STRENGTH you will feel tomorrow. So call today and begin your journey of healing.
Depression Distorts Your Thinking, Making It Harder To Seek Help.
We live in a world where distressing events are all around us. Seeking assistance with depression can be seen by some as a weakness but the truth is, getting the help you need is actually very brave. It means you are ready to get your life back and walk the journey to find yourself again.
Depression can be so overwhelming that it distorts your beliefs and validates the pain you feel. Due to this belief, you become emotionally stuck or frozen. Depression can hijack your emotions looping you into a toxic cycle. You may hear and feel things like:
Tips to Help Jump Start Your Recovery From Depression
Here are some tips to help you begin recovering from depression:
Depression can become debilitating and lead to thoughts of suicide or self-harm.
If you or anyone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at 988. You can also text TALK to 741741 or scan the QR code on this image.