top of page

Depression Treatment

Depression is a mental health issue that is pervasive throughout our culture. At times it can feel so overwhelming that you don’t even know where to begin on your healing journey or where to turn to. Whether your depression is mild or severe, the ebbs and flow of it can carry a sense of uncertainty each day. Often times we’re surprised by how the symptoms of depression show up in our lives. If you’re depressed, sadness is not always the initial symptom. It may manifest as irregular sleep and appetite, a loss of pleasure in things you used to enjoy, restlessness, suicidal thoughts, body aches, and low energy.

Image by Jack Lucas Smith
Image by Logan Fisher
Image by Laura Chouette
Image by micheile henderson
Image by Priscilla Du Preez 🇨🇦

Depression can cause your life to come to a complete stand still and an inability on how to move forward. Depression suppresses your emotions and thoughts, and also shows up physically in your body. You don’t have to grapple with these negative thoughts and feelings on your own, and isolation is never a solution to dealing with it. Depression likes to convince you that you’re a burden to others and you’re the only one currently experiencing this. That’s so far from the truth, and trauma therapy can help to debunk this lie. EMDR therapy will help to hold space for your loneliness and shame.

bottom of page