Tamera Mensink, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
St Paul, 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.
North Woods Christian Counseling
St. Paul, MN
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.
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.
Depression is a real thing. Those that have not suffered from depression may not understand that. They may say "just get over it", or you may even be saying that to yourself. Working with one of our trained professionals can give you a fresh perspective and give you the tools to help you overcome the effects of depression. We offer several clinicians and several different approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, Christian counseling, Somatic Experiencing®, family systems therapy, narrative therapy, strategic therapy, and others. Call us now to make an appointment and see if we can help with your depression.
Jennifer Tichenor, MA LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
6230 10th St North #210, Oakdale, MN
Depression can be a lonely and debilitating, make you feel alone, isolated or defective. Many times we have well meaning loved ones who try to offer advice and help, which can further exacerbate the shame, guilt and sadness that go along with depression. I work with my clients to alleviate depression by using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. I do not believe that depression should define you and I understand the personal toll that depression takes on all aspects of your life. We are all doing the best we can, and depression does not have to define you or control your life.
Amanda Vaske, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
6230 10th St N #210, Oakdale, MN
According to NIMH, Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the U.S. It causes symptoms that can affect how you think, feel, and handle daily activities (e.g., sleeping, eating, working, etc.). Current research suggests that depression is caused by a combination of genetic, biological, environmental, and psychological factors. Depression is usually treated with medication, psychotherapy, and/or a combination of the two. Medications help to treat the symptom, while therapy addresses the cause of distress and the behavior patterns that curb one's progress. You can best achieve sustainable growth and a greater sense of well-being with an integrative approach to wellness.
Kerry McIntyre-Lee, LAMFT
Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
821 Raymond Avenue, Suite 240, St. Paul, MN
A fog. Quicksand. Moving through mud. Whatever phrase you use to describe it, depression can make you feel as if you're lost, aimless, and stuck like you've never been stuck before. I help my clients identify the roots of their depression and guide them on how to take the first steps out of the hopelessness and helplessness they've been feeling. We will work together to find a better path for you and and start moving toward a brighter future.
Kelsey Scampoli, PsyD
1360 Energy Park Drive, Suite 340, Saint Paul, MN
Sometimes when people are depressed, the last thing that they want to do is find the energy to meet a new therapist. I understand that and will try to make the process as painless as possible. I can even consult with your previous therapist so that you do not feel like you have to start all over. In addition to using cognitive behavior therapy, I tend to use mindfulness and acceptance approaches with depression. My intention is to help you identity goals that you truly care about, as opposed to goals that other people think you should be working on. I want to help you feel happier and more transparent with who you are.
Heather Holt, MSW, LICSW
Licensed Indépendant Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Psychotherapist
1360 Energy Park Drive, Ste 340, 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.