Have you been feeling lonely? Sad? Down? Hopeless? Have you lost interest in the things you are normally interested in? Have you stopped getting pleasure from the things that normally give you pleasure? Are you isolating and bottling your feelings inside?
You might be depressed. But you are not alone!
A qualified professional therapist can identify the skills you need and help you develop effective strategies for dealing with the different challenges you are facing whether it be personal or in relationships. Together we can find the answers to the “what if” questions that are taking your peace away. You can learn to enjoy what you have and build wisely and steadily toward the goals you’d like to attain for your life.
Learn how to:
- Get along with other people
- Leave the cycle of unhealthy relationships
- Deal with anger and disappointment
Change isn’t easy. If it was, everyone would be living the dream. Having a therapist who helps you go from where you are to where they want to be can make all the difference.
You can start today in making positive changes towards feeling good and living your life to the fullest!
I am a licensed marriage, family and child therapist in San Diego trained in clinical hypnosis specializing in the treatment of anxiety and depression. I provide counseling in the convenient area of Sorrento Valley in San Diego, assisting children, adolescents and adults desiring direction in dealing with anxiety, depression, grief and many other issues.
San Diego Couples and Family Therapy serves the surrounding areas of Sorrento Valley Road as La Jolla, UTC San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, Poway and Escondido.
For your information:
According to the health world organization depression is currently the 4th most significant health condition worldwide. It will become the 2nd most debilitating health condition by 2020.
Most of the time people who suffer depression as an adult suffer a co-existing condition, the most common of which is an anxiety disorder.
Depressed people who do not have good coping skills often use alcohol, drugs, food, credit cards, or other self-destructive or even dangerous coping mechanisms. The worse the coping mechanism is, the worse it makes them feel in the long run. Things will not get better, only worse.