Jill Weldum, MA, LMFT, CCPT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Play
214 N.Washington St., Rome, NY 13440
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.
Douglas Goldschmidt, LCSWR
Clinical Social Worker
50 Presidential Plaza, LL5, Syracuse, New York 13057
Like chronic pain, depression is a presence that reduces a sense of a positive future and fulfilling present. Its shadow has many origins, running from genetics, learning from depressed family members, to traumas and other difficult life events. My goal is to help clients learn how to accept the depressed emotions without judging them, and to understand that their pasts do not determine their futures. The client then gains the freedom to create new futures that are more hopeful and fulfilling. I do this by using a combination of meditative techniques, hypnosis, EMDR, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.