David Stang, Psy.D.
286 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13502
I use cognitive behavioral approaches to depression which have been demonstrated by research. Cognitive therapy techniques involve learning to identify automatic throughts which produce or reinforce depression so as to learn how to alter these thoughts before they become overwhelmning. Behavioral approaches involve mobiizing oneself and developing constuctive and affirmative behaivoal patterns as opposed to such behaivors as withdrawal and apathy which contribnute to depression. With my approach, I select interventiosn which make sense to the patient so the patient feels confience that they can succeed.
Jill Weldum, MA, LMFT, CCPT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Play
214 N.Washington St., Rome, NY 13440
Depression is different from sadness. The most common reason people come to therapy is because of depression. When we feel hopeless, uninterested in our lives, and sad most days, it is time to talk about it and begin feeling better. In my 20 years of practice, the majority of clients come in feeling depressed. I can help you begin feeling better in the first few sessions. We will identify what is causing the depression, help you heal it, and get on with enjoying your life.
Siri Sokol, D.S.M. Ordained Minister
8 BONHEIM ST, ALBANY, New York 12204
Depression is not a good thing. Our society sees it as a copout and rightly so. Many depressives are 't able to work or play or even love - the three principles of Sigmond Freud, the founder of modern psychology. Furthermore, depression is spiritually wronv It needs to be medically or Biblically remedied before something else goes wrong. The depression easily becomes addiction to moral turpitude so depressives can die! This is a society which believes in happiness. So the depressions severity needs to change.