Anxiety & Depression
Anxiety and depression are two of the most common complaints of folks entering therapy. In fact, everyone experiences feelings of worry and sadness at some point in their lives. Depression and anxiety begin with a healthy psychological state that results from legitimate experiences. It is expected that you'll feel depressed or anxious when dealing with issues surrounding loss, transition, betrayal, or disconnection.
How do I know if I need help?
Because anxiety and depression are so common, it can be hard to know when it's time to get help. Healthy feelings of worry and sadness can easily turn into something more without the right coping skills or self-care. If you feel that your anxiety or depression are keeping you from being your best, it's probably time to seek help. You don't have to wait until things are unmanageable to get on the right track.
The good news is....there's hope! There are multiple evidence-based treatment options for anxiety and depression including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, prolonged exposure therapy, and psychotherapy. A therapist can educate you on the various approaches and help you pick a plan that works for you.
you can recover
Depression and anxiety are often accompanied by hopelessness for the future which can impede seeking help. These are treatable conditions and there is hope for a renewed life. Therapy can not only help identify the past issues impacting you but can also help to build a plan of self-care that boosts your resiliency and keeps you on track for years to come!