Edmonton Depression Counselling

Are you feeling sad, isolated, alone or “blue”? is it difficult to see the positives in your relationships or your work environment?

One of the most common problems that bring people to therapy is depression. It is hard and frustrating to try to live with depression. Depression can be an annoyance that you can manage most of the time but then find that it overwhelms you and your tried and true coping strategies are not as effective. Depression can also mean being unable to get to work, unable to engage in your most important relationships in a meaningful way and being so overcome with emotions that you don’t know where to turn. Depression, in any form, can be difficult to live with!

Are you depressed?
Here are a few signs that depression may be something you are struggling with.

  • Are you struggling with overwhelming feelings of sadness, irritability or even anger?
  • Do you feel isolated and alone?
  • Are you struggling to engage in daily living, work? Relationships? Home life?
  • Are you feeling guilty and overwhelmed?
  • Are you feeling constantly exhausted with no energy?
  • Are you having suicidal thoughts?

Working with a therapist you can begin to decipher your depression, where does it come from? What triggers it? Is there a seasonal aspect to it? You can also learn how to manage and overcome depression in order to be able to re-engage with your life and get back to what is important to you.

Counselling for depression can:

  • Help you rediscover your motivation.
  • Engage in wellness activities such as exercise, good sleep, hygiene and healthy eating patterns that help to alleviate depression.
  • Connect with others again.

At Reframed Psychological, our Edmonton therapists for depression will help you to discover your best strategies to cope with depression and also help you to recognize the triggers and patterns that have contributed to your depression.

Call us today or visit our website to book your appointment with any one of our qualified therapists.

“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.”

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