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Lisa O'Bryan, M.S. Ed.

Resident in Counseling

2228 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456

Depression affects more people that we will even truly know. The symptoms are often invisible, and can make the person suffering from depression feel invisible as well. Therapy can teach skills and coping strategies to deal with depression and make the symptoms manageable. Identifying triggers for depression can help an individual cope with the feelings before the become overwhelming.

Laura Dabney, MD, MD

Psychiatrist

4542 D Bonney Rd., Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462

My approach to depression is to first and foremost listen. No two people's depression is the same. Then I work with the patient to understand the root cause of the depression. I find most patients 'know' the cause but have it buried inside, in their unconscious, where it impacts their daily functioning. This cause is typically an old hurt or problem to which we find a new approach.

Christian Psychotherapy Services, Ph.D., LCSW, LPC, MD

Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Psychiatrists,

4460 Corporation Lane Suite 100, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is used as the most effective intervention for treating individuals who suffer from clinical depression. Research studies consistently support CBT as the primary clinical tool in psychotherapy techniques. However; other psychodynamic techniques are also used to help the individual to better understand their family of origin issues which may serve as a contributing factor to the depressive disorder. Both of these approaches combined with medication therapy increases the likelihood of a successful outcome.

Associated Counselors of Tidewater, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, CSOTP, LSATP

Licensed Psychotherapists

287 Independence Blvd., Pembroke 2, Ste. 219, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462

Depression, melancholy, overwhelming sadness and "the blues" are all synonyms for a human condition of deep emotional distress. Typically this state of psychological distress is a reaction to hurt, worry and pain that is not easily alleviated or controlled. While depressed mood can be a natural result of life circumstances, relief is often available without resorting to medications. Working with one of our therapists doing either Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy or Solution Focused Therapy willmost often provide improvement of how you feel. Don't suffer alone, let us help.

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