Depression Therapy

Depression is treatable! Therapists at Insight Counseling and Wellness are educated to assist individuals in finding the joy in their life again. Together, you and your therapist will first investigate the reasons behind the depression, such as your own family history and genetics, your internal voice, and conflict in your relationships, socially isolating yourself, your own self-esteem, and any life events, including trauma, a breakup or divorce, grief, and loss. Together, you and your therapist will outline goals to begin working through your depression. 

Benefits of Depression Therapy

  • Gain insights about your past and how it’s impacting your current depression
  • Strengthen your self-worth, self-love and increase hope for the future
  • Understand patterns of your relationships, build social support, strengthen current relationships
  • Learn mindfulness and calming techniques to better manage your mood

Where we can help you with depression

Depression is complicated and there are a range of variables to consider, like family history and genetics, relationships, conflicts and life events (like: a separation or divorce, grief, LGBQT association, quarter-life or mid-life crisis) and character (self-esteem, perfectionism, and self-criticism) to name just a handful. 

Research shows that counseling works to reduce symptoms, shorten the melancholy training course, and lower the rate of relapse later on. Our therapists will assist you through any period of your life and help determine what’s causing and contributing to your depression.

Although everyone’s depression has unique symptoms, commonly our patients come to see us if they are experiencing one or more of the symptoms below. However, the best place to start is with a free phone call to Insight Counseling and Wellness. We can help you work out any of the below symptoms below,or with others that may not be listed below.


  • Persistent sadness, anxious or”empty” feelings
  • Hopelessness or frequent pessimism
  • Feelings of guilt or worthlessness
  • A lack of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities
  • Decreased energy and/or fatigue
  • Difficulty concentrating, remembering or making decisions
  • Insomnia, early-morning awakening, or oversleeping
  • Reduced appetite and weight loss or overeating and weight reduction
  • Thoughts of death or suicide
  • Restlessness and irritability
  • Persistent physical symptoms that don’t react to treatment, like nausea, gastrointestinal ailments and pain because no other reason might be diagnosed.


Percentage of adults with depression that do not attempt treatment

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