John Neyman, MA., BCPC
105 S. PIKE RD (RT 356) Sarver, PA 16055, Sarver, Pennsylvania 16055
You don't have to suffer any longer. You certainly don't have to suffer alone. John Neyman is a therapist on a mission to help make a difference in your world. The sky is blue above the clouds. the sun is still shining even when you can't see it. Depression is a very difficult problem to solve. but there are answers. There are Universal Laws that when put into motion will work. it is the cause and effect--they have to work. They will work for you, but you will never know if you don't call John Neyman today!
Cindy Kightlinger, CADC, LPC, LCSW
Christian Counseling-Mercy House of Meadville, Inc.
13180 Leslie Road, Ste. 2, Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335
All of our 8 licensed counselors approach depression from a holistic viewpoint--meaning we will look at you physically, emotionally and spiritually. We believe that treating depression holistically is the most comprehensive way to ease this issue. We are trauma-informed as well and this will be assessed as unresolved underlying trauma can exacerbate depressive symptoms. We believe in a compassionate and supportive relationship with our clients and offer encouragement, hope and objectives to resolve the pain and frustration of depression.
Lawrence Cross, MA, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Psychotherapist/Clinical Social Worker
211 West Neshannock Ave., New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 16142
Depression is anger turned inward. Living a meaningful life can be difficult if we are confronted with loss or trauma. Depression may be conceptionalized as a condition serving as a defense mechanism. The depressed individual has given up - so as to no longer be vulnerable to further failure or rejection. In this sense, he/she can not see future possibilities and therefore has lost hope. The inherent difficulty with living one's life to be "safe" is one can not grow. There can be no hope without possibility. Our approach is aimed at recovering possibility and growth in our clients. We will always meet our clients where they are and utilize a comprehensive approach building upon strengths.
Pascual Chen, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
6200 Brooktree Rd. Suite 110, Wexford, Pennsylvania 15090
When working with clients experiencing depression, I use a combination of behavioral activation therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy. I work collaboratively with my clients and in the first session we establish achievable goals to work towards. My clients learn evidenced-based skills, strategies, and techniques on how to improve their mood, thought process, and behaviors.
Kathleen Thomas, MSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
4559 Old William Penn Hwy., Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668
Depression will affect 1 in 10 people during their lifetime. Some depression is life circumstance related and some can be chronic and long lasting. Cognitive Therapy is very successful in treating depression. Being well versed in this therapy, I can teach people to use the tools to mitigate symptoms of depression and watch for early warning signs of a re-occurring type of depression.