Rochelle Bridges, MA, LMFT, CWDF
1414 S Friendswood Dr, Friendswood, TX
Are you feeling sad? Having crying spells? Isolating yourself from others? Have you lost the happiness you once experienced when doing activities you enjoyed? Has this been happening for several weeks or months? If so, you may be experiencing a form of depression. In therapy, I'll assess the severity of your symptoms, set goals to move you through and out of depressive thoughts and actions.
Deborah Harney, MSW, LCSW, CART
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
2734 Sunrise Blvd. Suite 408, Pearland, TX
Untreated. or poorly treated depression can lead to physical health problems and more severe psychiatric conditions. Successful treatment for depression includes identification of causes for depression, developing an individualized plan which includes daily functioning activities and working to improve negative self talk.
Delee D'Arcy, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S
17045 El Camino Real, Suite 211, Houston, TX
I remember hearing a professor share the difference between depression and other emotional states. She said that depression is similar to a deep, dark, hopeless pit. And sadly, many have and will experience this at some time in their lives. Many of the people who seek me out for treatment of depression are often experiencing a multitude of feelings which are difficult to express. When not expressed, the are held in and seem to 'grow', often overwhelming a person and leaving them uncertain of how to resolve it. I support my clients in finding ways to verbalize their emotions because I believe that this minimizes the power of the emotion. Shall we talk about the feeling of depression?
Debbie Grammas, Ph.D.
1300 Bay Area Blvd. Bldg. B Suite 125, Webster, TX
Life ofen throws us curve balls, and at times it can be overwhelming. Depression is a common symptom that occurs when life becomes too stressful. I help clients understand the relationships among thoughts, feelings and emotions, and how they impact depression. Once we understand the thoughts that are impacting your depression we can work on ways to challenge the destructive thoughts, and help you decrease your symptoms of depression. In addition we can work on ways to help you cope with some of the stressors that are occuring in your life.
Shelley Smith, MA, Clinical Psychology
Licensed Professional Counselor Clinical Psychology
17045 El Camino Real #211, Houston, TX
There are times in life when we are sad due to a life event, and if left unattended, this sadness can turn into a depression. Talking with someone about how you are feeling can often be helpful. Using proven techniques, I work with my clients to help them improve their quality of life. If you are struggling with depression or sadness that you are concerned might turn into a depression, please give me a call. I would be honored to help you.
Angela Christian, MA, LPC-Intern
Animal Assisted and Play Therapy
Sarafin Family Therapy, PLLC, Houston, TX
Depression is more than "just feeling sad." Depression takes us over. It leaves us unable to get through a single day without the pain of hopelessness. It intrudes into our sleep, and keeps us from doing the things that used to bring us joy. It cannot be shaken off or ignored. While medication can often relieve symptoms, studies have shown that counseling, with or without medication, often yields the most long term effects.
Beverly Walsh, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, Equine Assisted Psychotherapist
14034 Hooper Rd, Houston, TX
When depressed, it can be hard to find the motivation to get moving. It can be like a heavy blanket or fog is laying over you. The experiential work I offer with horses, allow a person to start to "move through" their depression. Sometimes just taking that first step can be the catalyst to taking many more steps. "How does a person complete a marathon?" ... "One step at a time." I help people develop the skills to run the marathon called life.
Lisa Robinson, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, Trauma therapist, EMDR-Trained
14034 Hooper Rd, Houston, TX
There are countless reasons depression grabs hold of someone—loss, trauma, lingering effects of childhood experiences, acute life stressors, anxiety, medical issues, bipolar mood condition—to name a few. Identifying the underlying cause is essential to knowing how to help a person pull out of the downward spiral that is depression. The good news is that there is a way out—a way to reverse the negative spiral you have fallen into and get back to living. If that sounds like a future that you’d like to explore, call me. I have expertise in treating both short-term and longstanding forms of depression. Take back the good life you deserve.
Irena Milentijevic, Psy.D.
7900 Fannin, Suite 4400, Houston, TX
My work is geared towards: 1)Women trying to become mothers who are dealing with the stress and grief caused by infertility, miscarriage, and postpartum depression. 2)Women who are already mother’s who are stressed or depressed and are having difficulties coping with their lives, their relationships or their children. Regardless of the reason for your depression, as a therapist, I can help. There are very effective methods of counseling proven to help women cope with sadness, loss and depression. Counseling can help you feel empowered, ease stress, and help you feel better about your overall life. While you may be feeling discouraged right now, all it takes is that first step to get sta....
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Grey Matters International, Inc. and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D. handles depression and other emotional disorders in a very unique way. Most of therapy or counseling processes utilize validation, unconditional positive regard, and reframing as common techniques to get someone to heal from their depression. Though this can be helpful, it rarely fixes the core problem behind it and for tough cases we then refer them usually to a psychiatrist for medication which can have tons of side effects. Instead, why not try a natural and arguably more effective way to not just change your mind, but change the brain--where the depression is rooted. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.