Living a full and fulfilling life is something that many people who struggle with depression start to believe is not possible. The good news is that depression is both common and treatable. You are not alone if you struggle with depression and there are many options that can assist you in feeling like yourself again. When you’re ready, we hope you’ll consider visiting Silver Linings Psych. We offer therapy for women with depression to provide support, guidance, effective strategies, and a sense of understanding that will be the catalyst to assist you moving forward in your life with purpose and meaning.

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Therapy for Women with Depression

Depression is common and can occur when natural, healthy feelings, like sadness or lack of motivation, become overpowering. It’s okay to feel sad, fatigued, distractible or even unmotivated at times, but it’s not okay to feel depressed and hopeless for more days of the week than not in a way that significantly interrupts your daily life. If you notice this is starting to happen for you, it may be time to ask for help.

What is Depression? 

One of the most difficult things about depression is how it numbs away the many emotions we experience in a day that should be present. It is not just happiness and joy, but all of the emotions are dulled by depression. It can be hard to find things to look forward to and everything feels unsatisfying. Of course it feels easier just to stay in bed. When you work with a therapist, that person can help you develop the necessary skills to create a plan to assist in relieving the relentless feelings of depression, so you can start making space for all the emotions again that bring you joy and a positive sense of calm. Depression can make taking the smallest steps feel like huge leaps, but when depression has you feeling trapped, therapy can help you reclaim your freedom to live a full and meaningful life field with all the things that you value.  

How Does Therapy Help Women with Depression? 

I’m often fatigued or struggle to even get out of bed in the morning

Specifically, Therapy For Women Struggling with Depression May Benefit You If Any Of The Following Descriptions Sound Familiar:

I have difficulty concentrating or remembering details

Sometimes, I think I’m worthless, and I just don’t like who I am

I feel restless and a sense of discomfort, especially when I’m around other people

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I try to get things right, but my feelings of hopelessness and helplessness overwhelm me

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I feel guilty about things that I couldn’t possibly be responsible for, and I can’t seem to let go of the guilt

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All the things I used to love doing no longer hold the joy it used to for me

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Physically, I feel achy and weak all the time 

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I’ve been overeating or undereating

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Everything seems to annoy, irritate, or frustrate me; I don’t know why that is

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I’ve been sleeping more than usual or I haven’t been able to get to sleep

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I’m just sad and down all the time, and I don’t know why

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What started out as grief after the loss of a loved one doesn’t feel any better, and it’s been a long time

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Our team of therapists are here to support women who are struggling with a range of complex emotions, difficult thinking patterns, and general life challenges. If depression has stolen your sense of peace and joy, let’s talk about it and get a plan in place to have more control over what you spend time thinking about. You can get to know our clinicians who offer therapy for women with depression by clicking the link to their individual pages below.

Who Offers Therapy for Women with Depression?

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YOU are the One in Control of Drawing the Silver Lining Around Your Clouds.

Depression can make taking even the smallest steps seem like climbing a mountain. We get it! At Silver Linings Psych, we are here to support you every step of the way including getting started. You can click the link below to contact us quickly and easily to request an introductory consultation call. If you have questions or want to find out more, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are waiting to help you move your life toward better!

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