Paul McNulty, LCSW

Paul McNulty, LCSW
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: One Tiffany Point #117, Bloomingdale
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Depression is frequently referred to as the common cold of mental health issues. Everyone experiences difficulties in life from time to time but when normal grief, stress,work, family issues or other stressors become overwhelming depression can set in causing individuals very serious symptoms and struggles including, decreased energy/motivation, alienation from relationships, feelings of hopelessness, fatigue, poor concentration and at worst no longer wanting to go on with life. The good news is there is help available. When dealing with depression it is important to be able to talk about the struggle but we will also give you strategies and tools to relieve your distress.

Donna Martino, LCPC, NCC

Donna Martino, LCPC, NCC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 2300 N. Barrington Road Suite 400, Hoffman Estates
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Sometimes people feel depresed and can atribute it to stressful events that have occured, other times people can't quite put their finger on why they feel depressed, they just know they're not happy, feel unmotivated, and in some cases hopeless and helpless. What we now know about neuroscience helps us understand how and why depression occurs. I will help you determine whether your depression can be improved through talk therapy combined with some changes to your daily routine or whether a clinical depression has set in that may respond well to medication too. I have a wonderful, caring Doctor I work with who will assess clinical depression and offer recommendaitons if necessary.

Meghan Reitz, MA, LCPC, NCC

Meghan Reitz, MA, LCPC, NCC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 1101 Perimeter Dr. Suite 450, Schaumburg
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Depression. This form of mood disorder is extremely common among the clients I see. I meet the client where he/she is at. We take time to look at they triggers for the depressive response. Then we come up with a gameplan to build skills and tools to cope with the symptoms of depression. These symptoms typically include sadness, lack of motivation, increased/decreased sleep, problems in relationships, difficulty managing daily routines, and lack of hope for the future. I work with the client, side-by-side, to find that light at the end of the tunnel so to speak.

Lauren Robinson, MA, LCPC

Lauren Robinson, MA, LCPC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 1101 Perimeter Dr. Suite 450, Schaumburg
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Depression can affect us both mentally and physically. I believe that our thoughts and behaviors are very closely related in the sense that our thoughts can affect our behaviors, which in turn can affect our thoughts. This is not to stay that we are doomed to a vicious cycle, as I also strongly believe that we have the ability to change our thoughts and behaviors, thereby decreasing our depressive state. Depression does not have to be a way of life, and I enjoy helping others finding the joy in their lives again.

Alisha Rybicki, MA, LPC

Alisha Rybicki, MA, LPC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Bartlett, IL
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Depression can be a debilitating disorder. The symptoms can be very disruptive and have a significant impact on daily functioning. Aren't you tired of feeling disconnected, fatigued, sad and unmotivated? Surprisingly, doing things a little bit differently can help. I can help you get motivated to make some changes to improve your overall mood and your quality of life.

Karen Bridwell, LCPC

Karen Bridwell, LCPC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 461 Briargate Drive, South Elgin
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Karen’s approach in assisting people suffering from depression varies with each person. She initially searches for the reasons causing the depression, and together she and the client will pursue the changes needed to alleviate the symptoms. Karen uses the word picture with her clients of viewing depression as being down in a valley, and by putting the accepted interventions into practice, she can assist them in climbing out of the valley. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a well researched therapy that has been shown to be effective in treating people suffering from depression, and this is the intervention Karen most often uses along with other accepted techniques.

Bruce Christensen, Ph. D.

Bruce Christensen, Ph. D.
Depression Therapist

Licensed Psychologist

Location: 1901 N. Roselle R0ad - Suite 800, Schaumburg
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Depression is seen by some as a biochemical imbalance that is genetically transferred to the individual and can only be treated through medication. This might be part of the picture, but also a depressive, negative style of thinking can result in changes in the brain that bring about this unhealthy biochemical imbalance - and psychological treatment can change the thinking style that leads to this imbalance, rendering the individual to be free of reliance on medication and overall improved life that lasts on it's own merits.

Tracy Coffey, LCSW, CADC

Tracy Coffey, LCSW, CADC
Depression Therapist

Psychotherapist/ Counselor

Location: 825 W. State Street, Suite 107D, Geneva
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Depression is a debilitating and difficult problem to deal with, because the very nature of depression can stop you from seeking help. My approach with clients living with depression is not to seek out root causes, but to attempt to break the cycle of depression through small manageable tasks. As a client you will feel safe enough to try new things in order to make living with your depression, easier and more manageable. You can get control of your life and learn to live and laugh again.

Diane Goodman, Psy.D.

Diane Goodman, Psy.D.
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Location: 515 James St., #1, Geneva
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People may medicate their depression with TV, alcohol, food, isolation, or excessive sleep. One definition of depression is "anger turned inward." Talking with a psychologist is one of the best methods to understand your down moods, unusual thoughts, and self-defeating beliefs. Friends may say, "Get over it" about your jealousy toward your sister or your sadness over your girlfriend who texted "it's over" 3 months ago. If you are on medication for already-diagnosed depression, therapy is important to bring new ideas into your brain. If you are considering medication, start with talk therapy. Don't keep waiting for "it" to go away. What's at the bottom of your depression?

Thomas Heroldt, MA, LCPC, CADC

Thomas Heroldt, MA, LCPC, CADC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 333 N. Randall Road, Suite 20, St. Charles
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Making sure that if the depression is chemical in nature is very important to get a medical/psychiatric evaluation. Many of symptoms of depression stem from unresolved self esteem issues and early childhood issues. Changing the way we self talk and how we view self and who we operate in the world can change our mood state. Being more aware of the cognitive nature of ones perceptions allow the individual make significant changes in how they feel.


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