Support to Help You Conquer Depression
You don’t have to face your depression alone.
Characteristics of Depression
- Changes in mood
- Irregular sleep patterns (trouble falling or staying asleep)
- Loss in energy
- Social isolation
- Change in appetite
- Loss of interest in activities
- Thoughts of suicide or self-harm
- Weight loss or weight gain
- Inability to concentrate or feel pleasure
- Overwhelming feelings of sadness, despair, or hopelessness
- Repetitive Negative thoughts and/or behaviors
- Treatment-resistant physical symptoms (such as pain, stomach problems, chest pain, low energy, increased heartbeat, heavy breathing, etc.)
Common Types of Depression
- Major Depression
- Persistent Depression
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Psychotic Depression
- Bipolar Disorder
- Peripartum Depression (Postpartum Depression)
Treatment for Depression
Psychotherapy: Conducted by a licensed professional, this type of depression treatment helps individuals to overcome their negative thought patterns, while developing and utilizing appropriate coping skills, and simultaneously addressing any past trauma that may be affecting mental health.
Antidepressant Medications: There are a variety of medications out there and together you, your therapist, and a medical professional (primary care doctor or psychiatrist) will determine what fits best with your treatment. Treatment may include the use of medications in combination with therapy, medications only, or even therapy on its own.
Compassionate Support to Achieve Mental Health
We understand it isn’t always easy to ask for help, especially when you’re feeling the symptoms of depression. Whether you or your loved ones need help dealing with the stressors of everyday life or need help managing symptoms of depression, we can help.
At Greenview Therapy, we provide individuals with a fresh perspective as they navigate their challenges, empowering them to make the changes they seek. Grounded in compassion, our goal-oriented approach meets each client where they are on their path to achieving mental health and well-being.