Depression Counselling in Burlington, ON.

Leading therapy for major depression, bipolar, postpartum depression, SAD and mood disorders in Burlington, Ontario.


Depression Counsellor

Barb Kirkham, BA, MA

Therapist

1295 North Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario

Hopeless, flat, empty...these are only some of the words that describe how it feels to be depressed. These feelings can be overwhelming and affect many aspects of our lives e.g.: relationships, self-esteem, work, etc. You are not alone. I will walk with you on your journey to recovery. This journey includes helping you to exam all aspects of your life that influence how you are feeling. We work together to help you take control of the negative influences and embrace positive change. I have helped hundreds of clients just like you to overcome depression. There is help for you too.

Depression Counsellor

Joyce Li, PMP, MCC

Counsellor/Coach

4300 Village Centre Court, Mississauga, Ontario

Being depressed is human. We are emotional beings that feel extreme joy, despair and anything in between. However, if you are in a depressive mood for a prolonged period of time, you need to seek professional care to bring yourself back to the optimal level of wellness. I believe that our overall well-being involves the body-mind-spirit connection. Our mental stress or spiritual issues affect our physical body or vice versa. As an experienced counselor, I help my clients to address depression in a holistically by treating the root of the problem. Through counseling, my clients often find joy and meaning in the toughest life issues.They also learn to manage future challenges more effectively.

Depression Counsellor

Jonathan Christink, B.A., M.Ed.

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

In working with individuals who struggle with depression, I primarily use a cognitive behavioural therapeutic (CBT) approach. The principal aim of this approach is to increase awareness that thoughts and behaviours drive emotion. In addition, the goal is to increase consciousness of distorted perceptions. That is, often individuals who struggle with depression do not think accurately, and if their thoughts are not accurate, than they cannot be trusted. The purpose of CBT is to bring awareness to cognitive distortions and then teach individuals how to rebalance their thoughts to be more accurate.

Depression Counselor

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Therapist and Consultant

Online Therapist / Coach

Depression often comes as a result of not feeling entitled to claim our life and set boundaries to create safety in our life. Instead of feelings like we can grow and become more of who we are, we get caught in the reverse, where we feel more and more that we should shrink and lose our aliveness. I will work with you in a process of recognizing your feelings and getting them to work for you rather than against you. Depression is about dis-empowerment, but we become empowered when we can make sense of our inner world and use our feelings to strengthen ourselves and make the changes we need to make in our life. No need to go it alone, let me guide you through this challenging terrain!

Depression Counsellor

Shannon Servos, PhD

Shannon Servos psychotherapist

Burlington-new email shannonservos@me.com, Ontario

Depression can be debiltating often affecting many aspects of ones life. Individuals can feel hopeless, helpless and even emotionally paralysed. Fortunately due to the prevelence of depression in North America, there have been a number of strategies to help individuals regain their emotional strength and find their way back. Cognitive Behavioural and Dialectical Behavioural Therapies provide individuals with a number of tools to turn life around and regain control.

Depression Counsellor

Maryam Rahat Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist

565 Sanatorium Road, Hamilton,

Tackling depression on your own can be an overwhelming experience since it affects almost every aspect of daily life and relationships. It requires the willingness to explore your thoughts and viewpoints and reach a new level of understanding about yourself. It also requires gradually adapting new thoughts that overtime can become your allies. Through the process of therapy, gradual changes to habits are also explored for you to become more skilled at managing depression. The goal in my approach is helping you become the expert in managing your own thoughts and feelings in the future and managing your depression more efficiently.

Depression Counsellor

Bayridge Counselling Centre

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

1295 North Service Rd, Burlington, Ontario

While we all have days where we feel sad and 'depressed', if it goes on day after day so that negative thoughts make us feel exhausted, powerless, empty, discouraged and hopeless, then we need help. Leaving depression untreated can lead to several physical and mental complications and even suicide. Fortunately, trained counsellors can assist us in retraining our mind and teach us new skills to challenge depressive thinking so that we can lead a confidently depression free life.

Depression Counsellor

Kevin-Joel Coupland, BTh. Ed.

Kevin_Joel Coupland

1295 North Service Rd, Burlington, Ontario

There is hope and my goal is to assist you in gaining incremental positive changes over a very powerful feeling. There are many reasons and factors involved in feelings of depression, and it does not need to be who you are. It does need to be treated with respect and understanding and I have experience working with clients that struggle to regain their healthy balance. I look forward to working with you to gain personal understanding and to move with hope towards a brighter future.

Depression Counsellor

Nancy Wall, M.A. Counselling Psychology

Therapist

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Depression can be very painful, but I believe there is hope and that people do not need to stay this way. Along with medical reasons, I believe that depression is the result of certain thought patterns. I help people take a look at their automatic thought patterns, assumptions, and schemas (core beliefs about themselves), and empower them to see that they can chose to think differently. When people are able to change their negative thought patterns for more realistic ones, their emotions and behaviours begin to improve as well.

Depression Counsellor

Cathryn Harris, Ph.D

Registered Psychologist

1295 North Service Road , Burlington,

Depression is the most frequent reason that people seek help through psychotherapy. It is estimated that 30% of people will have one episode of clinical depression in their lifetime. Many people don’t realize that depression has many faces. It’s certainly not just “feeling down” for a few days. It doesn’t always involve crying a lot – sometimes it’s more like feeling numb. It might look like not sleeping and feeling agitated and anxious and angry. It might look like just not wanting to do anything anymore and sleeping and eating too much. It might look like fatigue and body aches. Clinical depression is a real illness that effects so many facets of your life – physically, mentally,

Depression Counsellor

Ramneet Lotay, BSW, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

4300 Village Centre Court, Mississauga,

My approach includes using empathy and being non-judgmental during interactions with clients, in addition to meeting the client where they are at in their journey. Clients will benefit from depression counselling as they will have a safe environment to share and will be reminded that that with ongoing support they will be able to feel better because they are deserving of living a happy and healthy life.

Depression Counsellor

Keltie Taylor, M.A.

Clinical Counsellor

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Depression can seem like a hopeless state, but power comes when we learn tools to equip us to walk out of it. When we begin to understand that depression doesn’t have to control us, but that we can control it, freedom begins to shine through. With depression there is always a root to what has caused it. Somewhere along the way an unhealthy thought pattern was developed. During therapy we are able to explore what triggered this depression and what patterns of thinking have been formed along the way. When we know the cause we can start evaluating the value that we placed on that event, and discover if these associations are true of false.

Depression Counsellor

Kim Christink, M. Div., D. Min.

1295 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario

Depression can be one of the most difficult experiences a person can experience! It affects one in five of us. It travels in families. It feels like you are living under an ominous dark cloud. While it can make life difficult, it also can effect our concentration, our physical health, our relationships, our career and our self-esteem. Like cancer the early detection and treatment is in direct correlation to successful treatment. . I have journeyed with hundreds over the years. I am happy to help you through this!


You Have Found The Best Therapists for Depression and Mood Issues in Burlington, ON.

Are you ready to experience new freedom? Thank you for visiting our Ontario search of licensed therapists in Burlington 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 Burlington will help you climb back up and start living your dreams again.

Burlington is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 185.66 square kilometers.  The population of Burlington is 183,314 people with 71,373 households . The population ranking for Burlington is #28 nationally and #13 for the province of Ontario with a density of 987.30 people per sq km. Burlington therapists serve postal code: L7M.