Depression involves much more than just feeling “down” or sad. Depression can affect every aspect of someone’s life, from quality of sleep to relationships to job responsibilities. It can be hard for people to deal with this mental illness on their own; but with the right knowledge and treatment, recovery is possible for anyone who is struggling.
Viewing entries in
Depression is a serious mental illness that can get worse with substance use or abuse. Consider your habits with self-medicating. Are you really addressing your depression symptoms?Talking to depression counselors can help.
Adapting to life changes is the key to surviving them. Here are 5 tips to make the journey a little less bumpy and ease stress and anxiety along the way.
Here are some tips to avoid the holidays blues associated with weather changes, change in diet or sleep, and increased intake of alcohol.
Emotional health can affect physical health, work productivity, financial stability, family relations and quality of life.
Overcome the stigma or stereotypes by seeking professional help for your depression instead of letting the symptoms get worse over time.
Counseling can be beneficial in processing your childhood emotional neglect to avoid repeating the same cycle of abuse with your children.
Counseling or psychotherapy for depression can be highly beneficial in resolving issues that are holding you back, and learn to recognize & disrupt negative thought patterns.
Tired of living your life controlled by depression symptoms? Learn how to break the vicious cycle through depression treatment or counseling.
Whether you are having difficulty managing your worries, anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress symptoms, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy can be effective