Marlene R. Dyck, M.A., B.A.,L.P.N.
Marlene R. Dyck Therapist / Life Coach
1026-1195 Rothesay St., Winnipeg, MB R2G 4K2
Depression is a symptom of what is going on inside of you. Sadness , poor sleep, eating problems, poor concentration and a sense of hopelessness are often part of depression. Depression is also anger turned inward. It is important look at what the anger is and why it is turned inside. Letting go and forgiving oneself for what has happened in the past is huge to future peace and contentment in your life.
Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA
Certified Counselling Therapist
201 Portage Avenue West; 18th Floor, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3K6
The pain and isolation of depression can take all the life out of living. Through years of experience with clients needing relief from issues related to their depression, I have seen them once again become excited about life and all it holds for them. I can delve under the depression to locate its source so that you can once again experience the joy of your family and friends, your work and your leisure. Don't put it off another minute; there is relief from the debilitating effects of depression.
Glenys Wirch, MA
546 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0G3
Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or another for short periods. Depression is also known as clinical or major depression. This is a mood disorder that will affect one in eight Canadians at some point in their lives. It changes the way people feel, leaving them with mental and physical symptoms for long periods of time. It can look quite different from person to person. As a counselor therapist I will be non-judgemental, empathetic and caring as I work with you to relieve your symptoms, increase your capacity and address relational issues that have been impacted by your depression.
Karen Bourdon, MA
1073 St. Mary's Rd., Winnipeg, MB R2M 3T2
All of us experience some form of despair throughout our lifetime. Sometimes it can really make coping difficult. The high majority of depressions are situational, where the origin of the depression is related to an issue. I can help discover underlying issues that may be contributing. For all depresssion, our thinking gets affected. I can help bring perspective and help clients change their feelings by changing their thinking. I can help clients who can barely get out of bed, to slowly regaining a sense of normalcy in their life.
Eldon Pullman, MA
302 - 1200 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0T5
We all experience depression at some time in our life. Understanding our depression and what it is about is helpful in overcoming the effects of depression. Help is sometimes needed to understand what our depression is about and how to deal with it. Even if you suffer from a severe clinical depression and are on medication counselling can help you to cope with the effects of depression. If you are not clinically depressed but are suffering from depressin counselling can help you undrstand why you are depressed and how to cope with it.
Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC
206-62 Roslyn Rd., Winnipeg, MB R3L 0G6
If you are suffering from depression it can feel like being imprisoned in a black hole of unrelenting despair. It is all consuming and overwhelming. Depression inflicts a destructive toll on your relationships with family, friends and work colleagues. Therapy can help you resolve the pain and hopelessness of depression. You can be released from the grip of depression and reclaim your life. As you progress in counselling you can start to feel life flowing through you as you reengage with friends and family.
Carolyn Klassen, OT(Reg)MB, RMFT
105-1483 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2C6
"I heard a scream coming from inside from a place I never even knew existed" Depression is a dark, difficult place affecting personal relationships, health and wellbeing...and is often accompanied by it's close cousin...anxiety. Our extensive experience in working with clients struggling with depression helps us realize that each person has a unique experience, but often rooted in the feeling of not "being good enough", not feeling loved, and wondering how to live in a world that feels like it judges based on income, sense of humour or some other measure that leaves a person feeling inadequate and struggling. Our work with you is to explore this in a compassionate and authentic way.
Susan Monkman, B.A., M.A. Couns. Psych.
530 Kenaston Blvd., Suite 325, Winnipeg, MB R3N 1Z4
Everyone feels down at times, but depression can permeate all areas of life for long periods of time. Deep sadness, loss of hope, feelings of worthlessness, lack of motivation, feeling overwhelmed can coincide with physical symptoms of loss of energy, sleep problems, loss of appetite, weight gain/loss, and illness. In therapy, you will begin to understand the issues contributing to depression and learn ways to increase positive feelings through physical, emotional, and spiritual methods.
Julie Long, M.Ed., CCC
208-161 Stafford Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2W9
Depression is a serious and painful emotion that is experienced by many people from every walk of life. It can make you feel like you want to give up because you may think you have nothing left to give. Depression can be triggered after the loss of a loved one, a serious illness, a break-up, a job loss, or just constant stress. Our thoughts and emotions associated with stress can affect our bodies in harmful ways. If you think depression has left a permanent storm cloud in your life and life seems like too much, everyday then call me. We can reactiviate your life, cope with your negative thoughts, and equip you with the tools to manage your life again.
Debbie Baty, M.Ed. (Counselling), R.S.W.
Social Work Therapist
250-2025 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0N5
A major depressive disorder — usually just called “depression” — is different than the “blues”. Someone experiencing depression is grappling with feelings of severe despair over an extended period of time. Almost every aspect of their life can be affected, including their emotions, physical health, relationships and work. For people with depression, it does not feel like there is a “light at the end of the tunnel” — there is just a long, dark tunnel.