Dallas Depression Therapy

  • Do you have troubles finding motivation to get desired tasks completed each day?
  • Are you coping with a loss in your life related to changes or a breakup?

We can help you understand barriers that keep you from feeling content and achieving what you want to achieve.

Depression can feel like you are walking in quicksand. Trying to get out of it seems like an impossible task, but it is not. With the right help, you don’t have to feel stuck.

Maybe you have recently experienced a loss of a loved one or loss of a relationship, have felt depressed since, and you have not been able to move on. Maybe you feel depressed and you are not quite sure why you feel this way. Whether you have difficulties getting out of bed each morning, or you feel pessimistic throughout your day, therapy may be the answer. Together, we will walk through this difficult journey together to uncover and make sense of the pain you are living with. You can talk about feelings of pessimism, loneliness, and apathy in a warm and safe environment. You will be better able to understand your feelings, so that you can do something about them. It is likely that you recognize problems associated with feeling as down as you have, but have not known what to do about this. Therapy can help you know what to do next. Together, we will identify self-defeating beliefs that you have and create manageable solutions to changing these beliefs.

We understand that the path you are about to face may seem impossible, but it is not. We also firmly believe that everyone can feel content with the right tools. Call us today if you are looking for a Dallas Depression Therapist, and you want to know how we can help with your problems with anxiety, stress, or fear.

Maybe certain situations leave you feeling uneasy or even panicked. Or maybe you find that you’re repeating patterns of behavior that leave you feeling confused and frustrated. No matter what you’re going through, we will help you through this in a way that is non-judgmental and safe.

You may be someone who has trauma from a major life-changing event like an accident, experiences in war, tragedy in natural disasters, past abuse or assault, or diagnosis of a major illness. Or you may be experiencing trauma from other life events such as a breakup, dealing with the infidelity of a partner, or coping with an emotionally neglectful household when growing up. No matter the experiences that you have faced, if you feel like you stuck at this time, contact us today to learn more about how trauma therapy can help you through this. Together, we will work so that you feel less overwhelmed, and settle the demons that continue to wreak havoc in your daily life.

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Symptoms of Depression

Depressive symptoms can range from daily feelings of sadness, to grief related to a loss, to pessimism, to a major lack of inspiration to leave the home. These symptoms can be lifelong symptoms or more acute symptoms relating to difficulties adjusting to a recent event. Some people find that they need medication for their depression due to imbalances that they have always lived with. Other times a person does not need medications in order to make a change. Either way, counseling is often able to help a person overcome depression.

You may want to consider seeing a counselor if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Daily pessimism
  • Daily episodes of crying
  • Irritability
  • Lack of motivation
  • Social isolation
  • Poor appetite
  • Feelings of hopelessness

Similarly to anxiety, depression also can appear in a physical form as well. Many people who live with depression also report feeling physical pain such as body aches and cramps. Stomach problems and fatigue can also correlate with depressed feelings.

Counseling at Vantage Point for depression includes looking at motivation and thoughts that are creating feelings of depression and helping clients learn to change these thoughts. Encouraging clients to push themselves to reach small daily goals and journal about these goals is an approach that is often used. Counseling also can help clients learn about and understand anger that is turned inward, and work through guilty feelings that are associated with thoughts of letting others down. With these services, counselors help clients in finding ways to appreciate reaching some small goals and achievements. Please contact us for more information of how counseling can help improve depressive symptoms.

Depression can be majorly debilitating, but it can also lead to more minor daily symptoms. Whether you’re dealing with majorly debilitating depression, or less intense, but still nagging symptoms, we can help. We’ll work with you to identify the source of your depression, and also work to heal the sources that lead to these symptoms.

Our Depression Therapists Therapists

Heather Henry

Therapist who specializes in sexual trauma treatment, betrayal trauma therapy, gender care, affirming therapy, and women's sexual issues.

RJ Sauceda

Certified Sex Therapist in training who specializes in helping individuals and couples with managing out of control behaviors.

Zachary Ramsey

A specialist in addictions, betrayal trauma, and family of origin issues.

Josy Sierra

Bilingual therapist who specializes in relationship issues and sociocultural trauma.

Caroline Sabolik

Relationship therapist and sex addiction specialist who helps individuals and couples with sexual and relationship and shame resilience.

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