Gary Phillips, S.T.D

Gary Phillips, S.T.D
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Pastoral Counselor

Location: 550 Sunset Ridge Road, Northfield

If a client is depressed the client will (1) be able to know what is depressing him/her (2) be able to know the major thoughts he/she has (3) know 3 to 5 new thoughts that will overcome the major depressive thoughts (4) know 3 to 5 new things to do to stop being depressed (5) know 3 to 4 new things to do to improve his/her relationships with others (6) know how to live with increased happiness and purpose

Ruth Field, MSW, LCSW

Ruth Field, MSW, LCSW
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: 466 Central Avenue, Suite 31, Northfield

Sometimes the pain of loss is so severe it can leave you wondering if you're depressed. The medical diagnosis of depression is more than just feeling sad; it includes other feelings and behaviors that may be hard to assess yourself. I can help you tell the difference between grief and depression even though the symptoms can be overlapping. Either way, I care about you and will tailor our work to your needs so you can start feeling better.

Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW

Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: 1167 Wilmette Avenue Suite 207, Wilmette

Research has provided significant evidence that depression can be improved or even eliminated with a wide range of interventions. Although many believe that the “gold standard” treatment for depression is medication and talk therapy, I believe that the least intrusive intervention should be targeted first. Try talking to a therapist before getting medication prescribed. I will help you examine how you’re thinking about the problem may be actually supporting your depression, how your relationships may be contributing to your sense of sadness and frustration and how you can begin to make concrete behavioral modifications to begin the path to recovery. Recent studies show that medication is most eff....

Jacqueline Duke, Psy.D.

Jacqueline Duke, Psy.D.
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Location: 3330 Old Glenview Rd, Suite 5, Wilmette

Depression can take many shapes, forms, and sizes. It can affect anyone at anytime. It is never something to be ashamed of. People often seek professional help in their darkest of moments. I have seen many lives transform in response to therapy for depression - with and without medication. Reaching out for help is the first and most important step on your path to recovery.

Nathaniel Hope, LCSW, LLC

Nathaniel Hope, LCSW, LLC
Depression Therapist

Nathaniel Hope

Location: 2400 Ravine Way, Suite 200, Glenview

Dealing with depression can be one of the most difficult obstacles an individual can face. My approach to working with depression is starting where you are. I begin simply by listening to you. Form there we can work on the basics, sleep schedule, diet, and exercise. Depression can be beaten with patience and consistency. I have found success using several forms of treatment for depression, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and psychodynamic theory. The goal is to stop the cycle of negative emotions causing negative thoughts and then negative thoughts causing negative emotions. It's a difficult cycle but together we can recognize unhealthy patterns and change them.

Glenview Counseling Group

Glenview Counseling Group
Depression Therapist

Counseling for youths, adults, families and couples

Location: 1247 Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 207, Glenview

At Glenview Counseling Group we approach depression from many points of view. However, the most important of these approaches is approaching you as a whole person, with your own unique set of experiences and world view. Together we can help you reach the goals that we establish together to address any depressive symptoms that have been interfering with your ability to function at your potential.

William Schmidt, PH.D.

William Schmidt, PH.D.
Depression Therapist

Licenced Clinical Professional Counselor

Location of Therapist: Evanston, IL

Depression is among the most paralyzing of life events for us. Many persons only receive medications for help with this common human problem, but study after study has shown that counseling/psychotherapy is a vital part of any recovery plan. In coming for counseling, you can expect to gain understanding of the roots of your depression, and learn valuable tools and resources to remain on a more vital level in your emotional life.

Deborah Mestas, M.A.,L.C.P.C

Deborah Mestas, M.A.,L.C.P.C
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 1440 Techny Road, Northbrook

Depression leaves us feeling stuck, unable to function, with feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. One can often feel irritable and angry with difficulty sleeping. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms the earliest intervention is the best. Don't let these symptoms get any more ingrained without reaching out for the help that is necessary to move beyond. Research shows that the best approach to treatment for depression is talk therapy and medication management (if appropriate and not advisable for all individuals} We can explore the best approach for you. Sometimes depression is exasperated by past traumatic life events we can address those needs as well.

Carol Drengenberg, MA, RN, LCPC

Carol Drengenberg, MA, RN, LCPC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Location: 910 Skokie Blvd. Suites 211 and 213, Northbrook

A very useful book is "The Instinct to Heal: Treating Anxiety and Depression Without Drugs or Talk Therapy" - written by a psychiatrist who is also a specialist in integrative medicine. Research shows that Omega 3 fatty acids (fish oils), exercise, thought-changing, Dr. Pennebaker writing techniques, light therapy and a simple biofeedback process called HeartMath can all help resolve depression. I offer all these interventions to my clients. Together we will find the right combination of treatments for you. You can have more energy, sleep better, feel more positive and look forward to your future! If depression has resulted in weight gain, you can safely lose that weight. Don't give up!

Jens Hussey, LCPC, CADC

Jens Hussey, LCPC, CADC
Depression Therapist

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor & Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Location: , Evanston

Being mired in depression is one of the worst feelings in life. When someone feels like they have been turned upside down and the life has been poured out of them - it may seem like an impossible dream to feel better. But depression is often treatable. I approach depression work from a cognitive, behavioral and emotional approach. Once the mood starts to life we then can delve deeper into why you are depressed in the first place to help keep you from going down that hole again.


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