Jodie Wilson, LCSW-R
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
407 Tulip Street, Liverpool, New York 13088
Negative core beliefs, or what we believe about ourselves, are often a major contributor to depression. Counseling can help you identify and change negative core beliefs, as well as develop coping skills for dealing with everyday stressors that can make depression worse. Through therapy, you can gain new perspectives on problems with family, friends and co-workers. If you are taking medications for depression, therapy can also help you understand and cope with any side effects you may be experiencing.
Jill Weldum, MA, LMFT, CCPT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Play
528 Oak St., Syracuse, New York 13203
Depression is different from sadness. The most common reason people come to therapy is because of depression. When we feel hopeless, uninterested in our lives, and sad most days, it is time to talk about it and begin feeling better. In my 20 years of practice, the majority of clients come in feeling depressed. I can help you begin feeling better in the first few sessions. We will identify what is causing the depression, help you heal it, and get on with enjoying your life.
Theressa McMorris, MS, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
526 Oak Street, Syracuse, New York 13203
Depression is misunderstood, widely experienced and for those who suffer from it, they are ripe for judgment from those whom have never had it. We know some things about depression. We know that it can be chemical but it is also situational. For whatever we know, we do know this. Depression is real and it can have devastating effects on a person, which impacts every aspect of life. It affects choices around food, alcohol, money, sex life, addictions, job performance, exercise, family relationships, parenting, etc. There is help. It is hard work. That’s the truth. There is a way through this pretty common part of life. If you think you are depressed, you probably are. There is no shame ....
Paul Darnell, D.Min., L.M.H.C.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Pastoral Counselor
315 S. Crouse Ave., Ste. 302, Syracuse, New York 13210
Depression is not merely feeling "blue" or "sad". It is much more profound. Depression is also a multifaceted condition. Simple depression can be the result of complicated grief or the aftermath of trauma. Deeper or major depression seems to have physical (neurochemical) as well as psychological components. Contemporary thought is that recovery from depression requires a combination of verbal/ talk therapy, social/ family/ faith community supports, life adjustments and, perhaps, medication. People often come to see me after medication alone has been insufficient.
Karyn Dietz, LMHC, NCC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, National Certified Counselor
1140 Crosspointe lane, suite 4, Webster, New York 14580
Depression is different for every person. Whether this is something that you have been dealing with as a chronic issue, or if it is a new and difficult experience, we can find what approach and goals are right for you. I use a supportive and validating approach to help build self-understanding and support. From there, we will identify skills and behaviors that will help set positive motion into action. We will challenge depressed thought patterns and work on building habits, self-talk, and interactions that support more engaged and hopeful well-being.
Patricia Petrone, M.S., LMHC
NYS Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Psychotherapist
98 North Avenue, Webster, New York 14580
Feeling depression day in and day out can be truly debilitating. Are you experiencing a loss of interest in things you once loved, distant relationships, or hopelessness? I am here to offer you hope for the future through our work together. My goal is to help you to feel and be your best self again by exploring your struggles and strengths. You can feel like "you" again. Call me today!