Ella Hutchinson, MA, LPC-S, CCSAS, CCPS
Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor
Sugarland , TX
Depression can be chemical or situational or both. Either way, it can feel debilitating and hopeless. I have dealt with this disorder throughout my life and I know what it's like. There is successful treatment available. For situational depression, brought on by betrayal or something else, there is often a solution you just can't see through the darkness. I can help you see the light amidst your suffering.
Mary Lyles, PhD
24044 Cinco Village Center Blvd., Suite 100, Katy, TX
When depression hits, you may feel a lack of energy, enthusiasm, or joy for life. Your body may hurt. Research indicates that counseling is an important part of treating depression. I offer compassionate, respectful care to assist you in breaking free of what is holding you back. We will explore together what can be most helpful to managing and hopefully overcoming this challenge in your life. We will talk about what thoughts may be adding to the problem and create new ways to approach these things. You are welcome to call to schedule an appointment. I look forward to working with you!
Eddins Counseling Group, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP
Licensed Professional Counselor
Depression is serious with a variety of causes and affects millions of people. If you're feeling depressed, you are not alone! Symptoms of depression include feelings of hopelessness, fatigue or low energy, less interest in regular activities, excessive guilt, lessened ability to concentrate, weight fluctuation, changes in appetite or sleeping, or thoughts of death. Depression can impact many aspects of a person's life and our goal is helping you get back to living the life you want to live. Cognitive therapy can help you learn to manage the symptoms of depression, develop problem solving skills, increase self-esteem, build positive relationships, and get back to feeling like yourself again.
Jana Henry, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CCTP, LCDC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Family Counselor
707 South Fry Road, Suite 465, Katy, TX
In my counseling practice, I work with clients who are struggling with the pain of depression. It has been said that depression lies to you.....depression tells you that you are not good enough, or that you will never accomplish your goals, or that you are not lovable. I help clients identify the causes of their depression, and to develop individual strategies that work specifically for them. I assist people in creating new patterns of thinking and new positive habits that contribute to happier, more satisfying lives.
Melissa Melnar, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
707 South Fry Road Suite 465, Katy, TX
If you are feeling sad and depressed I would like to help you find healing, hope, and happiness. I understand that feeling there is no way out, stress, low energy and lack of motivation can seem overwhelming. In my west Houston counseling office I would like to help you work past the depression and get you back. You are not alone - I would like to be your counselor and help you regain your true self.
Dyanna Villesca, Ph.D., LSSP, ABSNP
22762 Westheimer Parkway Suite 570, Katy, TX
Katy Psychological Services has doctoral level psychologists that use cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients to learn to identify common negative thinking errors that often fuel depressive thoughts. Once a client can recognize these patterns, he/she learns to challenge these thoughts and counter them with looking at many different ways to view a situation in a proactive and realistic way. Cognitive behavior therapy is more than just "thinking positive". It's a systematic approach that takes practice, but it can be effective if you can match a good therapist "coach" to guide you through how to change the negative down spiral thoughts.
Angela Pham, MS, MA, LPC Intern
11011 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX
Bad days come and go but they do not necessarily have to stay. When medication does not seem to be enough talking to someone can help. I have worked with many individuals that have struggle with depression and though the course of therapy have described a sensation of "fog" lifting. Depression has many origins, such as early childhood attachment or recent losses. It has been my experience that the most efficient way to come out of depression is to explore and understand one's symptoms.
Dessie Pierce, M.A., LPC, LCDC, CCTP
Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
11999 Katy Freeway Suite 509, Houston, TX
Depression and other similar mood disorders can steal your life away. When you don't want to get out of bed, have fatigue or low energy, can't concentrate, don't take care of your appearance, experience feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness, isolate yourself at home, or think about hurting yourself, you need to reach out for help. Don't let this situation get even worse. Get help right away. There are effective treatments that can help.
Eliza Boquin, MA, LMFTA
LICENSED MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPIST ASSOCIATE
950 ECHO LN., SUITE 200, HOUSTON, TX
There is a difference between being depressed & feeling sad. Depression affects a person's entire life--emotionally, spiritually, physically. It's difficult to ever believe that life will ever get better--there is a constant dark cloud that looms above. It makes getting through the tasks of a day monumentally challenging and it eats away at our relationships, health, and, ultimately, ourselves. You don't have to suffer alone. Together, we will exam your situation and develop a collaborative team approach with other professionals & resources to help move you forward. To establish a sense of hope that life DOES NOT have to be this way. You deserve to thrive not just survive.
Ashley Roseman, Ph.D.
4545 Bissonnet St, Suite 200, Bellaire, TX
Depression is the most common mental illness and one of the most common reasons for seeking therapy. Luckily, there are a variety of treatments that have been shown to be effective for depression. I provide cognitive-behavioral therapy, which involves looking at the relation between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. By learning to change your thinking patterns and behaviors, you can change your mood. Depression is very isolating, so please, take that first and most difficult step by calling a therapist today.