Depression therapy in Denver | Symptoms & Signs of Depression
Do you feel like someone took out your batteries?
Does your brain twists everything into something negative?
You're numb, tired, empty, or even angry.
Even the simplest of tasks suddenly require monumental effort, and you're just so exhausted you don't know how to begin to face any of them.
Maybe you wake up in the morning feeling pretty good, get started on something. Then you hit one minor little problem and the steam is gone. You start feeling more and more guilty. The guilt of not doing things.
Everything you previously enjoyed doing seems grey and lifeless until you actually get into the middle of it.
You have a harder time than usual getting out of bed and you just don't feel like going out with your friends this weekend.
Depression creeps up on you, making your life smaller and smaller.
Maybe you've been struggling with depression for several years. Maybe you're going through a difficult time in your life (a separation, a loss or another major change in your life) and you're experiencing depressing feelings.
These symptoms can get amplified if you're not in a familiar environment. Expats and new immigrants are prone to relocation depression for example.
Therapy for depression in Denver | Treatment for depression
I'm here to support you and help you regain hope and get some relief from your pain.
The good news is that help is readily available and with therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapy, there is a really good prognosis. Both can offer relief from depression.
I'm a therapist in Denver, Colorado and I offer an integrative approach to treating depression. I like to collaborate with other specialists you may be already seeing or I may recommend others such as naturopaths, acupuncturists, psychiatrists and homeopaths. I believe that a team approach is most beneficial.
I know it can be incredibly hard to take that one step to get some help. You don’t have to go through depression alone, so reach out, take that one step to get you on the path to feel better.