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Depression Counseling

Whether it's life circumstances, health causes, biological differences, or painful events - depression can be brutal. Fatigue, overwhelm, sadness, and often a lot of other people thinking we're lazy. When we're struggling, we need someone who will guide us through the process of healing. In individual counseling you are meeting with a therapist 1:1, setting goals related to relationships, behavior patterns, or specific mental health issues. Sessions are typically 53-60 minutes and typically start out once per week depending on severity and other factors.

Individual Depression Counseling

Individual counseling is best for people that are having issues that don't involve other people, or where they'd like to work on the issues present in their half of a relationship. It's perfect for those wanting to go deeper, and do some very targeted work on how past experiences have shaped their present patterns, or how to adjust and adapt to some circumstances that life has dealt them.

Once you submit your form we give you a quote on what it will cost, use some questionnaires to better understand any therapist preferences you have as well as a baseline look at some of your symptoms. Based on that, a licensed therapist will evaluate which therapists would likely be the best fit, and then you will pick the best therapist from that shortened list. Ready to get started?

Depression Symptoms

Depression has a wide variety of symptoms both typical and atypical. Most often depression can include the following symptoms, but is not limited to:

  • More or less sleep than normal (hyposomnia or hypersomnia)

  • Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide

  • Fatigue or lack of energy

  • Physical pain

  • Weight loss or gain

  • Difficulty concentrating or indecisiveness

  • Feeling worthless or excessive guilt

  • Diminished interest or pleasure in most activities

  • Physical agitation or or retardation

  • The above is not the result of substance use or anothe rmedical diagnosis

  • The above symptoms must also cause distress or impairment socially, occupationally, or in other important areas of functioning

Trackable Progress

You won't have to ask yourself is counseling is doing anything. You and your therapist will know without a doubt whether the counseling is leading to any results. Using our software you'll be able to check  your symptom levels, your goals, your progress on them, and the outside of session focus for the week.

In addition, we'll be adding to our content library so that you can empower yourself through reading, watching, or listening to reliable information about mental health and the ways in which counseling works to actually change your life. That information further empowers you to dialogue with your therapist and be clear with them about what you want and where you want to go as you discover it where your journey with depression, anxiety, trauma, or other issues takes you.

Are You Ready to Feel Some Clarity?

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