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  • Do you feel sad or lost some of your interest in things that used to like doing?

  • Are you concerned you are suffering from depression?

  • Are you feeling isolated or do not have too much hope for the future?

  • Is irritability, sadness or low mood affecting your work, relationships or other activities?

  • Does life feel overwhelming to you, in the recent time?

When depression tries to take over one’s life, the person could often experience one or a combination of the following symptoms: sadness, loss of energy, loss of interest in activities that you used to enjoy, recent changes in appetite or sleep patterns, difficulty focusing on tasks, self-criticism, feelings of hopelessness, withdrawal from other people, irritability, difficulty making decisions. Often, feelings of anxiety, excessive worry or even changes in mood can be present as well.

Contact us if you feel that any of those symptoms are affecting the quality of your life. You may ask any questions you might have, or simply set up an appointment. Why wait or leave it to chance to get better? Making that first call is often the most difficult part. We make it easy for you to get started. We love our work and we have a safe place where you can talk about what is upsetting you and start the process of healing.

We shall start addressing problems that are affecting you in the present using practical tools to help you feel better now. We use evidenced-informed and effective methods, so we know they work.

Ready to get started?

If you are ready to start the process of healing and overcoming the hurdles you might be currently facing, call 647-973-1415 or email us. We offer a free phone consultation and quick first appointments.