David Gallick, MSW, LSW, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201
People who struggle with depression are often misunderstood by the people around them. Often times people think they should just "snap out of it". What many don't understand is that depression can be a scary, debilitating illness that takes over a person's life. While depression can be situational or chronic, there are tools, strategies and medicines which are very effective in managing its effects. Clients can benefit by having a therapist that is patient and understanding who can both empathize with how they are feeling and offer ways for the person to take back control of his or her life. In a collaborative way, I work with clients to develop a treatment plan which gives them hope.
John Kuna, Psy.D.
189 Market Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Depression is one of the most common reasons for seeking therapy, and it is very treatable with modern psychological approaches. The causes of depression can often come from multiple sources, and one of the goals of therapy is to localize and isolate those causes. Relaxation techniques, talk therapy and a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy are all effective methods for treating depression.
David Palmiter, Ph.D., ABPP
304 Royal Oaks Drive, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411
I like a quote by Stephen King: "Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us and sometimes they win." Depression is an internal enemy that is no more a person than leukemia or diabetes. Depression tells three lies: 1. Everything sucks. 2. It's your fault and 3. It can't be changed. Depression isn't done until it's victim takes his/her own life. The good news is that this type of problem can often be fixed through completing a good evaluation and following it up with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and sometimes, though not always, medication. As a man I'll never give birth, but I've given more rebirths, to people suffering from depression, than I can begin to count.
Harlene Arenberg, MS, LPC
6 Pen Y Bryn Drive, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18505
Feeling sadness and lacking hope can leave an individual in a situation of despair. Untreated, depression can get a life of its own and develop a variety of physical symptoms as it gets deeper. Getting treatment is a critical factor in finding a resolution to the painful cloudy days you may be experiencing. You can breakthrough this pain with appropriate treatment. Call therapist Harlene Arenberg from Scranton, Pennsylvania to get help with depression. 18505 She is available for counseling sessions in your area.
Patricia Krenitsky, MS, LPC, NCC,CAMS-1
Licensed Professional Counselor, National Board Certified, Associate of John G. Kuna & Associates
327 N. Washington Ave. Suite 104, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18503
What is Depression? Symptoms of depression can range from feeling sad at times to inability to complete your everyday tasks, social isolation and suicidal ideation. Depression onset is marked by changes in mood, behaviors, sleep patterns and change in appetite. I can help you explore what is causing your feelings of depression. Is this is a sudden occurance? Situational depression occurs due to an event such as illness, losses in our lives or it can have an organic cause requiring medical attention. I can help you explore these areas and assist you in developing a plan to overcome the symptoms associated with Depression. Seeking help is a positive step, congratulations to you.
Teni Osundeko, Ph.D, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
4601 Locust Lane, Suite 102,, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109
We all have our off days and sometimes just can't find the motivation to shake it off. However, depression is different. Symptoms of depression include moodiness, fatigue, irritability, poor concentration, insomnia and feelings of worthlessness. Research shows that psychotherapy is an effective tool to fight depression. I will listen to you and provide objective feedback on issues that weigh you down. We will work together to develop a tailor made treatment plan to help you develop new coping mechanisms and to get your life back on track. Depression is a treatable disorder. Using a cognitive behavioral approach, I can help you reduce your symptoms and develop a better quality of life.