Depression Counselling in Calgary.

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Depression Therapist

Glenn Rau, M.Ed., R Psych.

Registered Psychologist

# 205, 259 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, AB T2X 1M2

Depression is the most common mood disorder in the world. But it is also one of the most treatable. There have been well over 100,000 clinical studies on depression, so a lot has been learned, and it has become clear what the best treatment approaches are. Unfortunately, only one in four depressed people will seek psychological services. This is truly sad since cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal psychology can make a lasting difference in breaking your unique pattern of depression. Why not get started today on a brighter future?

Depression Therapist

Diane Huebert, M.C., R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

505 - 30 Avenue NW, Calgary, AB T2M 2N7

It is interesting how depression has become a common theme in North American culture. Often with an objective to eliminate or "move through" such feelings. Yet at some point in a person's life, for a major portion of the human population, he or she will experience this feeling. Perhaps another way to view depression is to recognize it for the invitation it can provide? To look deeper into one's personal experience and recognize some thinking, behaviour, or beliefs requiring growth, change, or adjustment.

Depression Therapist

Brenda Duncan, MSW RSW

Clinical Social Worker

132 - 17th Avenue NW, Calgary, AB T2M 0M6

Depression is a very common experience, whether it refers to how you are experiencing your life right now or to a clinical diagnosis. Fortunately, it is also very treatable, most often through talk therapy or counselling, although some people will also benefit from medication. I am very experienced in working with depression and anxiety, combining various approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Interpersonal Therapy, to help you better understand and deal with feelings of being overwhelmed by life right now. You will be able to regain enjoyment and energy in your life and relationships and develop new perspectives and personal resources

Depression Therapist

Eunice Peterson, MA., R. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

#200, 2003-14 St. NW, Calgary, AB T2M 1T6

Depression often leaves people feeling isolated. Seeking out counseling is the first step to healing as you connect with another person and start addressing the issues that have led to your present state. As well, I encourage people to develop goals, helping others to increase alternate experiential states and start creating some flexibility in the symptoms of depression.

Depression Therapist

Verlyne Christensen, M.Sc.

Psychologist / Psychologue

# 1 - 1519, 34 Ave. SW, Calgary, AB T2T 2B1

Depression symptoms can manifest physically and behaviourally. Physical symptoms can include headaches, aches or numbness, gastrointestinal problems, and sensitive immune system. General fatigue, constant lateness, loss of appetite, lack of concentration and procrastination can also be symptoms of depression. For more information or to set up an appointment you can visit my website at Most people delay seeking help for depression because they feel like they should just snap out of it or that no one will be able to help them or change their situation. It is normal to feel this way and have this all-or-nothing approach when depressed. Seeking help for depression and allowing y

Depression Therapist

Susan Leslie, M.Ed

Registered Psychologist: Couples and Marriage

226 - 2505 17 Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB T3E 7V3

Sadness is not the problem - it is an inherent and unavoidable part of being alive. Rather it is the harshly negative views of ourselves that get switched on by unhappy moods that take hold of us. These moods can turn normal sadness into a web of preoccupation that spiral us into deep feelings of depression. Research has shown that when we are depressed or unhappy the effect of that mood on our body can bias the way we evaluate and interpret things around us without our being even the slightest bit aware that this is happening. It becomes a spiral downwards. It can feel overwhelming and impossible to break out of. Please contact me if you are wanting to take a new approach to your depressive feelings and experience the joy of being able to switch...(view profile to read more)

Depression Therapist

Lynne Goertzen, BJ, MA

Registered Psychologist

Suite 105, 2003 - 14 Street N.W., Calgary, AB T2M 3N4

Feeling sad or down from time to time is normal and typically short-lived. Longer periods of sadness may occur with grief or loss of a loved one -- also very normal. It's unrealistic to imagine we should feel happy all the time. But, sometimes, the normal and transient experience of healthy sadness become long-lasting and persistent sadnessor depression that settles in to stay and interferes with day-to-day life. Whenyou're depressed, you can't just 'snap out of it'. You might feel anxious, pessimistic, guilty, hopeless, helpless, worthless, irritable. Depression affects sleep, appetite, sex, and energy. But depression is treatable. I can help you turn the tide of your depression.

Depression Therapist

McNaughton and Associates Counselling Inc.

Certified Professional Counsellors

Within Driving Distance of Calgary, AB

Depression is part of a wonderful design; depression attempts to keep us on track by bringing our attention to sad and discouraging elements in our lives, and inviting us to make changes that will improve our experience. At McNaughton and Associates Counselling, we will help you understand the messages that your depression holds, and use those messages to identify worthwhile changes for making life meaningful and rewarding.

Depression Therapist

Murray Molohon, M.A. Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist: Counselling Services of Calgary

209, 317-37 Ave N, Calgary, AB T2E 6P6

You will be treated in a respectful manner. Often depression has many natural causes which can be successfully changed. Looking at painful feelings and unresolved difficulties are a few of the areas that are addressed to lead to change. After addressing these issues people often state that they feel less or none of the depression they previously experienced. Some people (who choose to use anti-depressant medication) will no longer need their anti-depressant medication. Others will be able to reduce their medication.

Depression Therapist

Journey Counselling, Inc., MA, MSc, R.Psych, RMFT, CCC

Reg. Psychologist, Marriage & Famly Therapist, Counsellors

1404 10 Street NW, Calgary, AB T2M 4M8

Is it possible that depression is a strategy? Is it possible that we sometimes use depression as a way to deal with so many life issues all hitting us at once or staying with us for a long time?Is depression a way of saying we have had enough? Learn to stand up to depression and learn how to develop and use other strategies to handle the many persistent life issues that affect your feelings, moods, thoughts and actions.

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