Help For Depression And Dysthymia
Depression or Dysthymia can sneak up on you. It’s not necessarily the all-encompassing sadness and dramatic attempts at suicide that are so often depicted in books and movies. It’s a much more subtle and persistent disorder that affects millions of Americans every year. Depression can manifest as low energy or chronic fatigue, poor self-esteem, or just a sense of being sad, hopeless, or disinterested in life.
This mood disorder can affect how you think, feel, and behave leading to both emotional and physical problems. The good news is that depression is treatable and does not require hospitalization in most cases.
Getting Help For Depression And Dysthymia
Depression is very, very common and because of that you have many different treatment options open to you. While some patients require medication to break free of depression, others can find success solely with counseling and psychotherapy.
Therapies include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Insight-Oriented Psychotherapy, as well as acceptance, meditation, and mindfulness techniques. Using a combination of techniques I will help you understand where your depression is coming from, how it is affecting your life, and help you take action to resolve the underlying conflicts that are causing you pain.
Embrace And Enjoy Life Again
There’s no reason to live with poor self-esteem, low energy, chronic fatigue, feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or despair when help is available. Contact us at 407-765-1653 to schedule an appointment. Here you will have a safe place to discuss your fears and concerns confidentially and with someone who can help you.