You, or someone you know, could be one of the millions who experience depression. Experiencing a social stressor such as, job loss, fear of the economy, death of a loved one can cause depression and anxiety.
Get the help you need from a trained counselor today.
Lisa offers evenings, weekend appointments via Telemental Health (Online Counseling-Virtual/Video Conference and Phone Sessions). She holds licenses in New York, California, Illinois, Texas, New Jersey Rhode Island, and Vermont. She has over 20 years of experience in remote counseling. She offers HIPPA compliant telehealth sessions and communication.
Current events, difficult relationships, or serious medical issues account for high levels of depression and anxiety in many people. Many older adults who move from an independent lifestyle to one that is more dependent upon others often experience depression. Children and teens have social and peer pressures that result in feelings of depression. Drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs, overeating, or having an addiction cause feelings of depression.
The holidays are difficult times for many and bring up old memories. Other conditions, such as menopause or chronic pain, stress, or fatigue, recent childbirth or postpartum depression is also a common depression problem. But like other major health problems, depression and anxiety often become so pervasive that depression treatment is the only path forward. In fact, untreated depression can get worse, cause other health problems, and may last for years or even a lifetime. It can have a serious impact on both you and the people you care about.
If you would like to talk please call me today.
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In case of an emergency please contact your local Hospital, call 911 or The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255.