Kathleen Thomas, MSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
4559 Old William Penn Hwy., Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668
Depression will affect 1 in 10 people during their lifetime. Some depression is life circumstance related and some can be chronic and long lasting. Cognitive Therapy is very successful in treating depression. Being well versed in this therapy, I can teach people to use the tools to mitigate symptoms of depression and watch for early warning signs of a re-occurring type of depression.
Lisa Reed, MA, NCC, LPC, CAADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
900 6th Street and 342 South Richards Street, Saxton and Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522
Everyone gets depressed at times. But when it affects you day in and day out, interferring with your eating, sleeping, work and relationships, you may need someone to talk to professionally. Someone with training and experience and who is understanding and empathetic. Through cognitive behavioral, person centered, and solution focused therapy one can learn to feel good and be happy, setting positive goals and completing journal exercises to help you see negative patterns and gaining solutions to maintaining a positive attitude and outlook. If depression continues for a long period of time, a medication mangagement consult along with talk therapy may be necessary.