Gary Brown, PhD, LMFT, FAPA
Licensed Marriage and Family TherapistReady for change? Let's Get Started
One of the most common reasons that people enter counseling is the experience of depression. Depression is much more common than what people know. I will help you understand the nature of your depression, what the possible causes are, and a variety of approaches that my clients have found helpful over the years. Whether your depression is recent or persistent, there are specific treatment methods that work for many people. I am also more than happy to work with other healthcare providers to make sure that you benefit from a comprehensive approach. Working with me or with a team can help to maximize your ability to get symptom relief and help you lead a happier and fulfilling life.
Kevin Gyoerkoe, Psy.D.
PsychologistReady for change? Let's Get Started
8832 Blakeney Professional Drive Suite 105, Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
If you're suffering from depression, you're experiencing sadness, loss of interest and other painful symptoms. Effective therapy can help you bring back joy to your life, to find vitality and hope once again. Therapy can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of depression and help you discover the keys to preventing these symptoms in the future. If you're feeling depressed, the good news is therapy does work and you can get back to being you again. You'll notice an increase in energy, peace and happiness returning, and a sense of meaning and purpose developing once again. There is no reason to suffer--seek help and find joy in your life once again.
Jon Beaumont, MS, LPCS
Licensed Professional Counselor & SupervisorReady for change? Let's Get Started
5211Trenholm Rd. Suite B, COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29206
Beaumont Counseling Services views Depression in a somewhat different way than others in the field. It is our view that Depression has many similarities to addiction; where the brain seems to be "addicted" to being sad and/or negative. In this approach, clients benefit from learning new strategies of thinking that will serve as a substitute, and eventually a replacement, for their current maladaptive, depressed way of thinking. A systematic strategy is used to promote positive thoughts and overcome learned helplessness.
Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselor AssociateReady for change? Let's Get Started
Matthews NC 28105
My approach to helping those struggling with depression is to offer a supportive environment of acceptance where one feels free to share their pain. I primarily use a Cognitive/Behavioral approach. In this approach I work with my clients to help them learn how to increase activities that have given them joy, such as calling a love one on the phone, going on a walk or bike ride in nature and decrease activities that make depression worse such as substance use or watching too much TV. I also collaborate with my clients to help them identify and challenge their automatic negative thoughts about themselves, and replace those negative thoughts with positive and adaptive thoughts and beliefs.