Do you have trouble getting motivated somedays?
Do you just want to crawl back into bed and let the day pass you by?
Is your depression beginning to affect your relationships?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions you may benefit from depression counseling. Many people struggle with symptoms of depression. Some common triggers of depression could include loss of a job, divorce/separation, relationship issues, life transition concerns, relocation, financial hardships, loss of a loved one, or career move. This can be difficult to navigate on your own. You do not have to do it on your own, let us help.
At Giesken Counseling Services our depression therapists are here to help. With many years of experience and training our therapists help you to develop healthy and effective copings skills. Through proven interventions and modalities, the two of you will develop a plan that makes sense for you and helps to ease your symptoms.
Common symptoms of depression include:
- Lack of concentration
- Feelings of hopelessness
- Loss of joy in activities
- Loss of appetite or overeating
- Weight gain/loss
- Substance use
- Withdrawal or separation from loved ones
- Irritability/mood swings
- Feelings of being on edge
We have therapists in our Clarkston and Grand Blanc, MI offices that are here ready to help you with any or all these symptoms. Your therapist will work to establish a plan with you based on your unique situation to facilitate long term growth and change. By providing a safe and non-judgmental environment, our goal is for you to feel comfortable to express your feelings.
We offer online depression counseling for your convenience as well. Our online services are provided through a secure HIPAA compliant video platform and can be accessed from your phone, tablet or computer. You can talk with your highly qualified therapist openly about your depression without fear of security, right from the comfort of your own home. Call or email Giesken Counseling Services today to find out how to get started. For more resources regarding depression please visit our Blog page.