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Christopher DiOrio, MS MLA

Therapist

1105 Taylorsville Rd, , Washington Crossing , Pennsylvania 18977

Depression can be a lonely and isolating experience. It can also be managed successfully with coping skills and the proper supports. I focus on self esteem building and addressing the painful self talk that might be adding to the depression cycle. Depression is also different for every individual and coming to understand how and why your depression impacts your life will be a major step in learning how to manage it and live a fulfilled hopeful life.

Maura Farrell, MSS, LSW, CAADC

Therapist

110 N State Street, Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940

Mood disorders, including depression, can be debilitating. Often, the people closest to us are not able to understand or help us to move past these issues. A positive, proactive and solution focused approach in therapy can help anyone to begin to address underlying issues and move through and beyond their depression, anxiety or any other mood disorder.

Brittany Jean-Louis, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

707 Alexander Road, Suite 208, Princeton , New Jersey 08540

Struggling with depression can cause a sense of helplessness and hopelessness. You are not alone in your struggle as there are many that have a hard time functioning daily due to depression. In our therapy sessions, you will learn how to identify the origin of your depression, coping skills to manage depression symptoms and assist you with identifying negative thoughts that affect your low mood. As we start the therapy process in discussing your depression, this will lead to more insight and overall better quality of life.

Ellen Israel, Ph.D.

licensed psychologist

166 Bunn Drive #105, Princeton, New Jersey 08540

My work with clients who experience depression involves the identification of one's 'internal working model' or lens that filters one's experience of self, other, and life in general. Persistent, negative thoughts about oneself ('I am worthless'), the other ('People cannot be trusted') and the future ('there is no hope that things will change') shape experience and relationships thus perpetuating a negative cycle. Experience of self and other within a safe, nonjudgemental, strength based working relationship fosters movement towards trust, self-worth and hope.

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