Having sad, empty or hopeless feelings most of the time. A depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day is a possible sign of clinical or bipolar depression.
Other symptoms include:
disturbed sleep (trouble falls asleep, staying asleep or sleeping too much
tired or low energy
poor appetite or overeating
significant negative thoughts/ feeling bad about yourself
chronically feeling worthless or guilty
symptoms interfering with family, work or social life.
decreased interest or pleasure in doing things
thoughts you’d be better off dead or of hurting yourself
If you have had any variation of these thoughts or symptoms and don’t feel like your usual self, it’s possible you’re struggling with depression.
Approximately 19.6% of adults in the US in 2020 experienced clinical depression
Many of our clients find relief in realizing that their struggle does not need to define them and they can learn new ways to pursue a rich and meaningful life.
We aim to help clients sort out their environmental, biological and circumstantial factors while offering support and when necessary collaboration of care to help improve overall wellbeing and functioning.