Grace and Peace Christian Counseling, Robert J Reed
Robert Reed, LPC/CMHC
Location: 7084 S 2300 E #140, Salt Lake City
Depression can feel like it is draining all good things about life. Often guilt becomes heavy and overwhelming. Thoughts get clouded and distorted in this process and hope seems to fade away. Jesus makes a statement in response to a hopeless circumstance in II Cor 12:9 “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness. ”
Although it might feel that we need to be strong, He reveals that it is more about His strength. This is in contrast to guilt feelings of not being good enough and the "shoulds."
Depressive thoughts generally push towards isolation, but I encourage anyone struggling with depression to seek a counselor to begin healing.
Marilynn Rockelman, MMHC, CMHC, NBCCH
Cinical Mental Health Counselor (LPC)
Location: 1881 East Vine Street, Murray
There are different types of depression. Come and see us so we can help you explore where the depression is coming from and how to fix it. Often there are physical components to depression, at other times depression masks issues to self esteem and abuse. Sometimes it has to do with a recent loss or change in your life. Once we know the cause, we have many methods to help you recover.
Life Stone Counseling Centers
Location Near Therapist: Sandy, UT
Depression is one of the most difficult challenges life presents. You are not alone and there is help available. Life Stone Therapists am highly trained in treating depression using various approaches including (but not limited to) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Our clients who have struggled with depression have reported feeling better, more satisfied, and more motivated to participate in life during and after therapy.
Darryl Collier-Freed, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 923 Executive Park Drive Suite D, Murray
Depression can truly be devastating for some people. While most of us experience some symptoms of depression in life, some of us experience an overwhelming state of depression that can interfere with functioning and relationships. There is hope, though, as treatment advances have enabled more sufferers to get the help they need. I use education, psychotherapy and Lifespan Integration (an approach that helps with trauma) to help clients get relief. I also will encourage and refer some clients to seek consultation for medication as it can be quite effective in conjunction with psychotherapy.
Deborah Christensen, Ph.D., M.S.C.P.
Location: 248 East 13800 South, Draper
Most people feel sad or low sometime in their life. Clinical depression is marked by a depressed mood most of the day, particularly in the morning. The feelings of depression may make it difficult to work, study, take care of your home or personal needs, and enjoy friends and activities. Depression is often accompanied by anxiety and/or physical pain. Seeking help from a licensed psychologist with adequate training in medication can make all the difference. Your psychologist should be willing to monitor medication effectiveness and side effects, coordinate treatment with your primary care provider as provide psychotherapy specific to your depression and your circumstances.
James Ott, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Location: 515 South 700 East #3D, Salt Lake City
Depression results from a combination of factors, such as a history of abusive relationships, or a financial or personal loss, and/or a genetic influence. Treating depression effectively comes from an accurate assessment of the reasons, which determines how to help the person heal. A person may need to be taken through a grief or mourning process; or they may need to challenge negative concepts about themselves that result from abusive or shaming relationships; or they may need to be referred to a psychiatrist for a medication evaluation. As a competent clinician, I am familiar with the many faces of depression, and can guide a person through the healing process accurately.
Stacey Nichols, MSW, CSW
Registered Mental Health Therapist
Location: 835 W 400 N, Orem
Depression leaves you feeling worthless and opposite of valuable and lovable. I believe that everyone matters and IS lovable and valuable. In my depression therapy, I help clients look at their thinking patterns and those roots of viewing themselves that have amplified or lead to their depression. I also help clients discover how to offset or minimize the effects of their depression.
Tenille Jensen, MMFT
Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 379 West 500 South, Suite 2, Bountiful
I utilize a multifaceted approach to treating depression. You will benefit from exploring the social, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of depression. I will also offer hands-on skills you can begin putting to use right away. Those suffering from depression often feel isolated, alone and like no one understands them. I will help you put words to your experience and help you recognize the resources you may not have recognized yet. My training in family therapy also qualifies me to be an advocate for you with helping your family be a support and resource for you as well.
Depression Sandy UT.
If you struggle with feeling alone, feel endlessly sad, or that just getting through the day is difficult, these may be indications that you could benefit from seeing a Sandy UT depression counselor. Finding joy in life again through depression counseling Sandy, UT is within reach. If you or someone you love in Utah needs help and is depressed, we hope you will contact one of our Sandy UT depression counselors for treatment and support. Sandy UT Counseling for depression. Help is available to you.
Welcome to our network of depression therapists in Sandy UT who are trained and experienced in counseling and treatment for depression. You are not on this journey alone, no matter how depressed, there is hope. Depression counseling Sandy, UT with a licensed psychotherapist or psychologist that specializes in depressive disorders in Utah can help you find new hope and healing for your life. Choose a Sandy UT depression counselor or psychologist below to begin your new journey of healing.