Treatment Depression

Depression Treatment Services

Improve Your Depression Symptoms

Depression is a serious mental health condition that negatively impacts your entire body, especially your mood and your thoughts. It is not a sign of weakness, and it is most certainly not something that you have to live with.

Depression is a chemical imbalance that can be addressed through the proper combination of talk therapy and medication. The experienced therapists at Dean Aman LPCMH are ready to help you treat your depression so that you can experience the higher quality of life that you deserve.

When depression goes unchecked, the symptoms can worsen through the course of your life.

How To Know If You’re Depressed

Everyone is capable of sad thoughts, and in some circumstances, they’re perfectly normal. Depression is more intense and harder to cope with, than being situationally sad about a specific event. Below are some signs that what you feel may have crossed from sad feelings into depression:

  • Changes in appetite
  • Low self-esteem
  • Prolonged hopelessness
  • Trouble with concentration
  • Decreased levels of energy
  • Inability to make decisions

When symptoms like these take hold it’s a sign that you may have depression. It’s time to seek the help you need. Left unchecked, depression can lead to suicidal thoughts and actions.

Find The Right Type Of Therapy For You

The type of talk therapy for depression may differ, depending on your life circumstances. Below are some of the common formats offered at Dean Aman LPCMH:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Client-Centered Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Family Therapy

Get The Help You Deserve

While depression may be caused by the chemicals in the brain, it can be easily triggered by life events. Finding the right coping strategies, therapist, and medicines can help you improve your quality of life.

We work with most major insurance companies, and patients of all income levels. We also work with short-term disability and employee assistance programs (EAPs) to make working with a therapist easier for you. Call our office and we can schedule you to be seen by one of our therapists with very little wait time.

If you suffer from depression, you’re not alone. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, and find the help that you deserve.