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Grace Chen, PhD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

300 Brickstone Square, Suite 201, Andover, Massachusetts 01810

Depression is living at the present moment with regret of the past experiences. It is a very hopeless and helpless feelings. It can be a very lonely experience. By evaluating your patterns of thoughts and the emotions you experienced. By doing so, you are already living at the moment and start to take control of your life, instead of allowing depression controlling you. As your therapist, I will walk through each step with you and you will not have to do this by yourself. I will accept your emotions even when you don't even want to accept them yourself. I will help you find the benefit of your negative thought process and help you upgrade them to useful motivation for your current life.

Cheryl Laurenza, LCMHC, LPC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

155 Main St, Salem, New Hampshire 03079

Depression is a very real issue that so many have struggled with. There is no shame in having this illness, there is hope and healing for you, or your loved ones. We first educate you on what it looks like, how it impacts a person physically, emotionally, spiritually etc. We can develop a plan to include a Dr if needed, support persons, and other helps as well. No one is immune from Depression as it is no respecter of persons, and it is not a sign of weakness or a lack of faith. Call today, if not me, please call someone and get help.

Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist

120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060

Sometimes folks phone and ask, "Do you treat depression?" My first thought is that this is like asking your child's pediatrician, "Do you treat ear infections?" -- Depression is very common and most psychologists treat it. I believe that we need to aggressively treat the symptoms of depression so a person can get back to feeling better and being productive. Cognitive, cognitive-behavioral, and interpersonal therapy approaches are used. However, I believe we also need to go beyond symptom reduction (a disease model approach) and toward a broader understanding of a person's life challenges, aspirations and goals, and especially ways that he or she feels stymied or blocked ...

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