It’s perfectly normal for individuals to have bouts of the blues at times, but ongoing depression, that affects your daily life, can be more serious and debilitating, and can negatively impact the quality of your life. Individuals with depressive orders find it difficult to manage their daily lives and struggle with simple daily tasks that seem easy for others. Compounding the issue, often times the people in your life do not understand why you are depressed and can become frustrated and lack patience.
Without effective counseling for depression, there’s a high probability that the depression will negatively impact your life in a number of ways. Depressive disorders can negatively impact your performance at work, your relationships with others, and your ability to navigate through life. Left untreated, depressive disorders can manifest in more serious ways, such as substance abuse or struggling with feelings of suicide or self-harm. Fortunately, many of these negative side effects can be eliminated with effective counseling for depression and a blueprint to make positive impactful changes in your life.
At Restoration Counseling, we’re committed to helping our clients manage their symptoms of depression. We provide a safe, comfortable environment, free of judgment, where our clients can openly discuss and explore their feelings of depression with one of our qualified counselors. We use an interactive approach to determine the cause of your depression and then work with you to alleviate these feelings, by teaching you new ways to deal with your feelings of hopelessness and depression.
We are conveniently located in St. Charles Missouri and are affiliated with Calvary Church. We invite you to request additional information, using the form on this page or you can call us at 636-939-4343 ext. 1129 to schedule an appointment with one of our counselors. We will always do everything in our power to merit your trust and confidence in our counseling services.
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