Jeffrey Watros, M.A., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.
Licensed Professional Counselor & Marriage and Family Therapist
100B MacTanly Place, Staunton, Virginia 24401
Depression is a word and condition that has become much more commonplace in our world today. There are many factors that can make a person feel depressed such as a broken relationship, loss of job, or failing a test. This can be short-lived and a person can eventually overcome them. But clinical depression is another story. If a person notices longer term symptoms such as: constant sadness, irritability, hopelessness, sleep problems, low energy, anger or thoughts of self-harm, it is advisable to contact your primary care provider or a qualified mental health professional. I help a person with depression recover hope, energy and focus by utilizing a person-centered, compassionate approach.
Virginia Center for Family Relations, LPC & LMFT
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
100 B Mactanly Place, Staunton, Virginia 24401
Depression is another natural , common emotion for all of us. It it what we tell ourselves and how we process it that allows for it to get to an unhealthy level. Our therapist takes a cognitive approach to help individuals deal with their depression. We also takes a "here and now approach", helping one move beyond the past and learn not to worry about the future or "what if's". The use of the behavioral approaches, such as staying active, exercising, eating healthy play a significant role in battling depression.
Prosperity, LCSW, CEDS, PhD, MFT
709 A West Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
You will find our therapists are here to help you find hope and perseverance through this difficult time in your life. We use evidence-based practices such as Cognitive-Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral and Interpersonal therapy. We provide group therapy so that you have the chance to work together with others to relieve your depression. We also have a medical doctor that can assess for anything biologically that can be causing depressive symptoms, and possibly offer medication if needed.