I help people struggling with symptoms of depression that include but are not limited to:
- A persistent feeling of sadness
- Loss of interest in things previously enjoyed
- Changes in sleep, appetite, energy level, concentration, or self-esteem
Situational depression is normal, as it is part of the human condition, and like anxiety, depends on a particular moment or circumstance. Like anxiety, it requires recognizing symptoms in order to implement effective strategies to alleviate suffering and improve quality of life.
The foundation of my practice uses elements of intentional mindfulness practice. Clients who find the most benefit from working with me are motivated to better understand what might be contributing to your challenging circumstances. You are willing to step beyond your comfort zone to consider the idea that acceptance (rather than avoidance, distraction, resistance, etc.) of one’s internal experience leads to a more compassionate understanding of why you might feel what you feel, think what you think, or do what you do, or don’t do! This is the heart of the work that leads my clients to report an improvement in their quality of life.
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