Ellis Hulse, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social worker
11590 Seminole Blvd, Largo, FL
Depression drains your energy, motivation and zest for life. Depression is also a sign that some part of you needs attending to. In therapy we work to identify root causes of depressed moods and develop new ways of coping that strengthen and empower you to move forward in a way that is right for you. Together we will transform depression into expression and allow new and freeing energy to emerge.
Dolores Riley, Ph.D.
Clinical Christian Counselor
4371 76th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, FL
You do not have to live in the constant atmosphere and pain of depression. Depression robs you in your career, relationships and even your relationship with God. This ministry is successful in relieving you of the paralyzing pain of constant depression which keeps you from fulfilling your goals, dreams and God-given destiny and purpose. Do not wait to be set free from your depression. Contact me today!
Tom Petit, Ph.D., LMHC, CCMHC, CAP
Licensed Mental Health Counselors / Board Certified Coaches
No purpose...Feeling powerless...Hopelessness...Feel like giving up...Lack of motivation...Feeling sucked into a “black hole” with no way out...Overwhelmed... Where does it all come from? How does it make sense? Can anything be done about this? Dr. Petit provides helpful understanding of and insight into depression, depressive states and cycles. Though it is impossible to keep “bad” things from happening, it is possible to make sense of the emotional, physical, physiological, and spiritual impact. A place of hope and well-being is possible as clients work through thought processes, beliefs, behaviors, & life pattern
Kathleen Rodriquez, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
St. Petersburg, FL
A person experiencing depression may feel like he/she is carring around bricks in a sack that weighs them down more and more to the point of becoming despondant. At the same time, there is always hope. This can be the hardest to see. Client will know they are not alone and how to create a support system if needed. The level of the client's depression will be evaulated and if medication is appropriate the client will be referred for medication. I will teach coping skills and address any self medicating the client may engage in. I will use cognitive behavior therapy to address any irrational thought patterns.
Tracy Kelso, LMHC, CAP, CET, SAP
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
3346 49th Street North, Suite 108, St. Petersburg, FL
With depression many people believe that the only answer is medication. While many people sometimes do need medications to stabilize it is not the complete answer. Additionally there are many people that are diagnosed with depression that do not find relief with a medication regiment. There are a lot of answers to be found by looking under the disorder. I work with individuals that suffer from depression to see what life issues contribute to these feelings and how to address those things that medications cannot touch.
Dolores Puterbaugh, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, NCC
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Mental Health
801 West Bay Drive, Suite 436, Largo, FL
Depression is an area of special interest to me. It is a common problem, but never "common" to the person suffering! If you've been afraid to seek help, I encourage you to consider a holistic approach to healing your depression. This may include medical care; many physical conditions can cause, or worsen, depression. There is plenty of research supporting a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and lifestyle changes. CBT addresses patterns of thinking that can lead to feelings of depression. Examples are: chronic worrying, black-and-white thinking, expecting things to go wrong, or taking everything personally. You can be happy again!
Alex Chapunoff, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
1135 Pasadena Avenue South, #236, South Pasadena, FL
A human being's mind is so powerful that it can either enhance him/her or bring him/her down. The mind itself is inherently powerful: whether that power is used negatively or positively, accidentally or purposefully, depends to some extent on a person's knowledge and experience. My approach with a client who feels depressed is to listen closely and discover how they think, feel, and act. Working with the client on these three factors, and how they interact, can help them reclaim their own well-being and realize they are actually the author of their mind's power.
John Knight, PhD ,BCPC, CRS ,LMHC
DR. JOHN KNIGHT, PHD, CRS, LMHC
304 South Belcher Road Suite C, Clearwater, FL
Dr. John Knight,PhD,LMHC A sensitive and empathic approach to counseling therapy and care. Are you depressed ? If you identify with several of the following signs and symptoms, and they just won’t go away, you may be suffering from clinical depression! You can’t sleep or you sleep too much . You can’t concentrate or you find that previously easy tasks are now difficult. You feel hopeless and helpless. You can’t control your negative thoughts, no matter how much you try they just continue . You have lost your appetite or you can’t stop eating. You are much more irritable, short-tempered, or agitated than usual. You’re consuming more alcohol.
The Holistic Mental Health Clinic, LMHC's and LCSW's
Licensed Mental Health Counselors and Licensed Clinical Social Workers
6161 DR MLK JR ST N #204, St. Petersburg, FL
Depression can develop for multiple reasons. By taking a holistic approach we can chip away at the issues contributing to your depression on multiple fronts. This allows you to decide which areas to focus on while you build back your strength. Along with traditional psychotherapy we also offer nutritional supplementation recommendations, biofeedback relaxation, brain health assessment and EMDR to support your success in treatment. Don't be discouraged. With identifying how your brain uniquely works and the holistic treatments we offer, this far more targeted treatment can bring you the real and lasting change you want.
Diana Sills-Bailin, L.C.S.W.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
796 Terrace Road, Dunedin, FL
Thirty years ago, we had very few ways to help depression except for talk-therapy and the miracle is that we were able to help most people most of the time. When the anti-depressants came along, the severely depressed began to be helped. Some people can still be helped with just talk-therapy,but others need a combination of the therapy along with a safe anti-.depressant. I have worked with hundreds of depressed people over the years and be assured that there is hope for you.