Are you depressed and isolated
from a satisfying social life?
Feeling pessimistic, lonely,
and down on yourself?
Struggling to think clearly,
and find your energy?
When this is how your life is experienced on a daily basis it can seem like feeling happy and good about yourself are forever out of reach. It might be all you can do to get out of bed, get dressed and get to work.
And some days, maybe you can't even do that.
It’s tough to go through each day with that unrelenting and depressing weight of sadness and despair pressing in on you. And the emptiness that eats away at you seems to grow deeper and more lonely feeling no matter what you do to distract yourself.
As alone as you may feel right now, what you are going through is happening to about 20 million others in the US -- and more than 350 million people around the world suffer with depression each year.
Maybe you think that if you just tried harder you could feel better about yourself, more accepted in society, and happier or more optimistic about your life. But trying harder seems to take more energy than you have, and you aren't feeling like it would work anyway.
Pretty soon you hear yourself thinking, what’s the point? Nothing’s going to change.
That's a commonly held belief when people are suffering from the despair of loneliness and depression.
What if feeling better is
not about trying harder,
but about trying
What if you could start with allowing the possibility that maybe just one small thing can be changed, and then another, and another?
Hope can be built on different, small, almost imperceptible changes.
I’d like to help you take those small steps that will, over a few weeks or months, add up to feeling good about yourself and more positive in general so that you can enjoy life to the fullest.
Depression affects people of all ages, ethnicities, financial means, and social and educational levels. Did you know that depression can make you more susceptible to some physical illnesses? Or that often occurs after accidents, surgery, childbirth, or experiencing a trauma?
Even of you don't know why
your depression started,
I can help you
find the way out
Many people wonder what getting psychotherapy for depression and loneliness will be like. Maybe you are afraid that changes will require too much effort and energy. Perhaps you doubt the process.
Let me reassure you that any positive effort you make will lead to better emotional well-being and great self-esteem than you are experiencing now.
In counseling you work at your own pace. I am here to guide, support and encourage you to move forward in the process.
You’ve already taken a good step forward in searching for the right psychotherapist for you. You already know that without getting help, you will stay stuck in despair. You already want more insight into why you’ve been feeling so down on yourself.
I can help you follow up
on your instincts for
out of depression.
If you’re like others I’ve treated with depression and aching loneliness, you will likely see some progress in within 6 weeks.
Imagine enjoying an unshakeable sense of inner peace, feeling positive about yourself, and optimistic for your future.
Imagine what it will be like to finally be feeling whole, and like you are making good decisions and handling whatever challenge life gives you.
Imagine beginning to reconnect with friends, family, co-workers and others, socializing comfortably, and being interested in sharing good times.
You can get there. I’ll help.
Nothing gets better by waiting.
Please reach out.
You deserve it.
Call me now for your first appointment
Or send me an email.
Life doesn’t have to be such a struggle.
You can do this.