Depression Counselling in St Johns, NL.

Leading therapy for major depression, bipolar, postpartum depression, SAD and mood disorders in Saint John's, Newfoundland And Labrador.

Depression Counsellor

Heather Hopkins, MEd, CCC

Certified Canadian Counsellor

47 Leslie St, St. John's, Newfoundland

I incorporate several strategies in treating depression. The biggest potential growth for clients is learning how their thoughts can affect their mood. Often individuals can become stuck in a way of thinking that contributes to their depressive symptoms. I encourage clients to harness control over their thought processes and share strategies and techniques to support them doing so.

Depression Counsellor

Lori Clarke, M.A., CCC

Canadian Certified Counsellor

120 Lemarchant Road, St. John's, Newfoundland

In depression we become "stuck" in a survival "freeze" response that includes brain fog, disorganized thoughts, feelings of "I can't," disconnection, exhaustion, pain and despair. A Somatic Experiencing™ approach to depression works directly with the nervous system through cultivating awareness of the senses, and learning ways to reconnect to a sense of self that is locked in the nervous system. People with depression actually have a lot of energy that is trapped in survival mode to manage safely in a challenging world. If you are reading this, your nervous system has done amazing feats for you to arrive here. Now, with support, you CAN find your way back to connection and vitality.

Depression Counsellor

Denise Sargeant, RMFT, CCC, n.d.

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Canadian Counsellor

148 Marine Drive, Logy Bay, Newfoundland

Depression can be a dark and lonely place. Partnered with any medical help you may be receiving, therapy can help you work through your sadness, regain your passion and purpose, connect with others, improve your self-esteem, and get back into life. I am trained in working with a wide range of depression difficulties, including, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Mood Disorders, Post-Partum Depression, and situational depression related to grief & loss or change in life circumstances such as separation, children leaving home, moves etc.

Depression Counsellor

Janice A. Graham, Ph.D., RCC

Psychotherapist - Professional Therapy by Phone & Email

547 Michigan Street, Suite 203, Victoria, British Columbia

Do you feel sad, unmotivated, hopeless, helpless, weepy, maybe sleep too much or too little? Have you lost interest in your friends, activities, sex? Have you felt this way for a long time and your relationships and job are suffering? Maybe you have tried prescription drugs or used alcohol or other substance. Now, though, you want to take charge yourself and see some turnaround in your life. Counseling begins with you talking about what is happening in your life. I'll ask questions to help you get a clear understanding of causes and themes. We'll discuss different approaches and behaviours for you to try. Maybe Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or a Trauma Relief therapy would be good for you.

Depression Counsellor

Cindy Tomblin, M Ed; MSW; RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker (Appointments in person, by phone or skype days, evenings and weekends)

40 Commonwealth Avenue, Mt. Pearl, Newfoundland

From a place of genuine caring we will explore the connection between our thoughts and our emotions and how this contributes to our behaviour. Together we will explore your unique needs and develop a plan to meet your goals. I will present the most current, best practices for depression care and together we will develop a plan for you to move forward at a pace that is comfortable for you.

Depression Counsellor

Lynda Moss, M.A., CCC, n.d.

Canadian Certified Counsleor

47 Atkins Rd., Conception Bay South, Newfoundland

Feeling helpless and hopeless is a symptom of depression—not the reality of your situation. If the thought of tackling depression seems overwhelming, don’t panic! The first step towards to recovery is to ask for help. Psychotherapy can be an enormous help. Effective treatment for depression often includes some form of psychotherapy. Therapy gives you insight and skills to prevent depression from taking over your life. By exploring the root of your depression, a therapist can help you understand why you feel a certain way and to discover your triggers for depression. You will gain practical techniques to reframe negative thinking and employ behavioral skills to combat depression.

Depression Counsellor

Michelle Burke, BA.; MA; M.ed

Registered Psychologist

835 Topsail RD. Suite 201 A, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland

For Depression I use the the very well researched cognitive behavioral therapy. Depression is attacked by changing the way one thinks feels and acts. Depression is tackled on all levels first with behavior changes, then with cognitive restructuring both of which require the clients active participation in their healing. Work outside the session is the key to change.

Depression Counsellor

A Holding Place, M.Ed., (Counselling Psychology)

Canadian Certified Counsellors

111 Pennywell Road, St. John's, Newfoundland

If you are experiencing depression, our counsellors will work with you using an integrated approach to ensure the best possible fit for you. We draw from Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, mindfulness, creative and narrative approaches and endorse a holistic model of wellness. We work collaboratively with our clients and offer support in a warm and comfortable environment.

Depression Counsellor

Lesley Vaters, RCC, MACP

Registered Clinical Counselor

40 Commonwealth Avenue, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland

Many individuals in Newfoundland experience periods of sadness and low mood throughout their lifetime. However, there are times when individuals find it very difficult to get past these feelings. Through counselling, individuals in St. John's learn to identify elements that may trigger their depression and look to replace negative thoughts with a positive outlook. Depression counselling will provide individuals with a safe environment where they can share their feelings without fear of judgement, and they will be provided with an opportunity to embark on a new journey of hope.

Depression Counsellor

Toby Dunne, MSW, RSW, MSc

Clinical Social Worker

74 O'Leary Ave, St. John's, Newfoundland

Depression can be a daunting issue to deal with. The lack of motivation, perceived hopelessness, low energy, and loss of interest can make it especially difficult for clients to start and maintain their journey towards healing. I work with my clients by helping them to build awareness of the thought processes that may be taking a strangle hold on their lives and finding ways to stop these negative cycles while introducing new patterns of thinking. I work with clients to change behaviours that may be feeding the depression and find new actions that can lead towards a lighter, healthier, and happier path.

You Have Found The Best Therapists for Depression and Mood Issues in St Johns, NL.

Are you ready to experience new freedom? Thank you for visiting our Newfoundland search of licensed therapists in St Johns who specialize in helping people overcome sadness, treat major depression and mood disorders such as bipolar, postpartum depression, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Feeling down, lonely, and depressed can affect us at any station in life. Sometimes the cause may be physiological (such as hormonal or due to medication), it may be emotional, environmental, psychological or any combination of the above. Counselling for recovery and restoration from depression by a top rated therapist in St Johns will help you climb back up and start living your dreams again.

St Johns is located in Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada. It has a land area of 445.88 square kilometers.  The population of St Johns is 108,860 people with 47,627 households . The population ranking for St Johns is #49 nationally and #1 for the province of Newfoundland And Labrador with a density of 244.10 people per sq km. St Johns therapists serve postal code: A1H.