Navigating the storm
Depression feels as if you cannot catch a break and everything around you has become dark. The pressure of living becomes overwhelming. You begin to lose focus. You no longer control your thoughts. Instead, your thoughts begin to control you. The only thing that you are certain about is that you want to feel better and you no longer want depression to hold you back from living a joyful life.
Getting caught off guard
Depression can be triggered by significant life events, like the death of a loved one, personal or professional conflicts, physical or emotional abuse, or managing life stressor in the middle of a global pandemic. Left untreated, depression can weaken your immune system, strain relationships, increase your risk of substance abuse, and affect job performance. These things were never planned. You now hope that the storm that you are going through will eventually have brighter days.
We can help
You are not alone, and you know you deserve to be happy and free from depression and despair. The grip of depression can make you feel isolative, trapped, and exhausted. But there is a way out. At the Institute of Modern Recovery, we help individuals better understand learned patterns and faulty ways of thinking that might be holding them back. Using treatment founded on the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), we can help you gain a greater awareness of thoughts and distortions—including misconceptions around the motivation of others. Learn productive ways to face challenging situations as opposed to avoiding those altogether. You can develop a much stronger sense of self-worth and self-confidence as a result.
We draw from advanced, effective approaches, including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing EMDR. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Mindfulness Therapy to treat your depression.
If you’re seeking Depression Therapy, we invite you to contact us for a free 15-minute phone consultation.