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Do I Need Depression Counseling?

  • Have you lost the motivation to engage in activities that you used to enjoy?

  • Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?

  • Do you feel too exhausted to do anything?

  • Are you irritable and short-tempered at work/home?

  • Is it hard for you to feel joy or happiness even when you want to?

  • Do you find yourself isolating from friends and family?

  • Are you feeling like you’re experiencing sadness that just won’t go away?

If so, you may be depressed.

Depression can occur due to an identifiable trigger or completely out of the blue. You may wake up one day and suddenly realize that you are sad, yet this sadness is not something one can just shake off whenever. Feeling lost and disconnected to the world, with a lack of direction or motivation, are hallmarks of depression. People with these challenges find themselves continuously focused on the past, on what could have been, or what should have been. Often Individuals who have endured traumatic events experience sadness, as lingering pain from past events.

The good news is that depression treatable in the hands of an experienced professional therapist. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), mindfulness and meditation, as well as interpersonal counseling and other therapeutic techniques can help alleviate these feelings and Oasis Psychotherapy & Wellness Group offers these services.

People who seek help for depression, do get better. You can be one of those people. Therapy can help you regain a sense of control and pleasure in life. Though it requires time, commitment, and effort, you will learn positive coping skills and problem-solving techniques, that will be beneficial for life-long happiness.

We will work with you to understand and identify the life problems and triggering events that contribute to your feelings of sadness. We will work with you to develop an individualized plan to treat your depression utilizing the most up-to-date treatment protocols with evidence-based approaches.

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