Tamera Mensink, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
4651 Nicols Road, #104, Eagan, MN
Does depression or trauma hold you back? Do you want to live a more fulfilling life? Are you a person who struggles with hopelessness, anxiety, stress and sadness? Do you feel like there is no hope for you? Do you struggle with depression or past trauma? Your life can be more fulfilling and hopeful. You can get rid of your emotional pain and lead a happy and pain-free life from past trauma and abuse. Depression and anxiety do not have to be a part of your life anymore. I can offer you hope by treating your depression and counseling you on your trauma issues. It will change the way you feel about life, your relationships, and yourself.
JoAnna Smith, MA, LMFT
4660 Slater Road Suite 210, Eagan, MN
We all feel sad or discouraged at times. However, sometimes these feelings persist for months, or are so intense that it is a daily struggle to wake up, shower, and actively participate in life. You may feel hopeless, that there is no meaning to life, and cut off contact from your loved ones. There is no single 'cause' of depression and others may become frustrated your failed attempts at getting better. Our work together can identify the many factors contributing to low mood, change unhelpful patterns of thinking or behaving that contribute to depression, increase self esteem and empowerment, and identify a balance between your self-care and various life commitments.
Kalli Matsuhashi, MA, LP, LMFT, LPCC
Licensed Psychologist & Marriage and Family Therapist
4660 Slater Rd., Suite 245A, Eagan, MN
In my work with depression, I have found that it's often like a big, thick lens that distorts the worldview of the person I'm working with. Along with the distortion is a draining away of energy, motivation, and hope. I help the person see this lens, to understand its impacts, and to identify what he or she really wants in their life (which shows up in their values, hopes, and ideals). The source of the depression may be a specific life event or a pervasive sense of being "not good enough" (usually established in childhood). I often use hypnosis to correct mistaken beliefs behind the sense of unworthiness or to let the sadness go, which has proven to be very effective for powerful healing.
Joan Lompart, MA,LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
1500 McAndrews Rd W, Burnsville, MN
Sometimes in the midst of depression it is hard to see how negative thinking is effecting our mood. Is the glass always half empty or half full? Does the depression go back to unresolved childhood issues? I will work with clients to see how they can make some changes in their mood with cognitive therapy and EMDR. Sometimes old unfinished pain from our past is keeping us stuck in the present.
Barbara Schnichels, MSSW, ACSW, LICSW
Resilience Therapist and Coach
2100 County Road 42 W, Burnsville, MN
Depression is common and resilience skills significantly decrease the symptoms. Neuroscience research has taught us how to change our brain chemistry through simple practices and principles. Mindfulness, gratitude, self-compassion, healthy habits, meditation and purpose are a few of these possible resilience skill areas. This brings much hope for preventing and treating depression, one of the most common disabilities. Contact me for a free consultation.
North Woods Christian Counseling
Depression can be like a bully, pushing us down and keeping us from moving forward. Thankfully, it can get better with therapy. Our therapists frequently work with depression, and have a wide range of strategies to help you get back on your feet. However, we look to do far more than simply "manage" depression, we want to heal it at its source. Sometimes depression is situational, a natural response to difficult life circumstances. But often, unhealed wounds from the past contribute to make it even worse. We can provide you with practical tools you need to heal, one day at a time, and also help you work through any deeper issues so that the healing is stronger and more lasting.
Stefanie Bauer, PsyD, LP
1085 ½ Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, MN
Depression comes in various ways and may have a certain origin (biological or environmental) or may be "just there". I have worked with many clients who struggle with all types of depression and have found CBT and DBT to be helpful to make positive changes in your life. When you are motivated to make changes, whether it is how you think or what you do, your life can turn around very fast.
Timothy McCarthy, PhD, LP, LMFT
Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage-Family Therapist
8400 Normandale Lake Blvd #920, Bloomington, MN
Depression is something that we all experience during some periods of life. However, when it becomes habitual and saps our feelings of inner joy and energy for life then it's time that we must do something about it. Often people who suffer from depression and become accustomed to it and feel hopeless about whether they can ever really change their mood. There is hope! With commitment to therapy and working on changing the underlying negative patterns of beliefs causing depression, there is every possibility of change.
Meredith Severson, MS, LPC
Licences Professional Counselor
58 Griggs St N, Saint Paul, MN
Depression is very common and very treatable. You are not alone. I understand the misery of being depressed and how hard it can be to keep going. Together we will explore your personal experience of depression and begin working to overcome it. I take a multi-pronged approach in treating depression, providing a number of interventions tailored especially for you.
Heather Holt, MSW, LICSW
Licensed Indépendant Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Psychotherapist
1619 Dayton Ave. Ste 112B, St. Paul, MN
I look at therapy as building a proverbial toolbox. The tools that fill this toolbox are coping skills. Some things we try will work for you while other coping skills won't. We work together to figure out what will work best for you. You will find that psychotherapy with me addresses your primary concern, not mine! I work with you to identify goals and we work to achieve those goals. With depression - we work to find or create enjoyment in everyday life. We also work to find creative outlets for the depression symptoms.