61% of people with depression received treatment in the last year. [1]

Make sure you're one of them. 

You've slowly lost interest in things. You sleep all the time (or at least stay wrapped up in bed), and you might be hiding away from your friends and family. You've lost the energy you once had, and you're not sure what to do about it, or even if you WANT to do something about it. 

You might be feeling way too many things to even begin to know where to start. Alternatively, you might be feeling nothing. It feels like your brain just shut down. Sometimes getting out of bed to go to work or school seems impossible. Seeing friends is more exhausting than it is fun. 

Luckily, there is hope that this will get better

How can a therapist help depression? 

Therapy can help by...

What are symptoms of depression?

Working with a therapist can help you process the underlying emotions and create and move toward the life we want to live. We can work together to help you return to life with a sense of joy and meaning. That spark is there, we just have to find it.

If you're ready to take the next steps to living a more joyful and fulfilled life, send us a message or schedule a 15-minute introduction call!