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Dawn Crosson, Psy.D

Licensed Psychologist

845 Sir Thomas Ct, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109

Dr. Crosson utilizes cognitive, cognitive behavior therapy and behavior therapy to assist clients in alleviating depressed symptoms. Clients have benefittied from techniques such as thought logging, countering irrational thought patterns, and establishing positive relationships. In addition, she encourages clients to participate in exercise to begin to regulate chemical imbalances.

Teni Osundeko, Ph.D, LCSW

Clinical Social Worker

4601 Locust Lane, Suite 102,, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109

We all have our off days and sometimes just can't find the motivation to shake it off. However, depression is different. Symptoms of depression include moodiness, fatigue, irritability, poor concentration, insomnia and feelings of worthlessness. Research shows that psychotherapy is an effective tool to fight depression. I will listen to you and provide objective feedback on issues that weigh you down. We will work together to develop a tailor made treatment plan to help you develop new coping mechanisms and to get your life back on track. Depression is a treatable disorder. Using a cognitive behavioral approach, I can help you reduce your symptoms and develop a better quality of life.

Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

313 W. Liberty Street, Suite 226, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

Depression is often the tip of the iceberg, in terms of what is happening with the psyche. It lets you know something is wrong, and then, you must explore the underlying causes. Once you have done that, relief is possible. There are times when the depression has been around for so long that you may have forgotten what it feels like to feel such cases, a combined approach, in cooperation with your MD, with therapy + medications, will improve your prognosis.

Jean Pollack, PhD

Professional Relationship,WellnessLife Coach, Mediator,Author

Hanover, York, Pennsylvania 17331

Distance Therapy and Coaching for Depression. Don’t let the snow or flu season interfere with your therapy sessions. Inclement weather and less sunlight during winter can increase depression, illness, and lethargy. It brings that “I just want to stay at home and rest” feeling. Many of my clients are now using phone or video sessions for this reason and others. Recently, a client’s child was home sick from school, so I told her to grab a cup of coffee or tea and we could have our session over the phone. An increasingly popular method of counseling, distance therapy allows you to have therapy anywhere—from the comfort of your own home or wherever you have access to a phone or computer.

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