HELP FOR DEPRESSION


Whether it’s a lingering, nagging feeling of sadness, or a more crippling bout of fatigue and low energy, depression can take-over and define our lives.
Struggling with depression can feel like playing tug-of-war against a brick wall.

But what if you just put down the rope? We believe that overcoming depression isn’t so much of a battle as it is a commitment to wellness. See more below.



SADNESS


“People tell me that I’m always negative, or a downer.”


Oftentimes we learn to cope with the feeling of sadness without managing the effects of sadness. We can teach you to do more than to "just live with it".

Learn more about our treatments for depression in the Treatment Styles section. For more information please email or phone us at (630) 344-9427.

“Sometimes I feel like there’s just something wrong with me. Like I should be fine, but I’m just not.”



WORTHLESSNESS



Problems like these shouldn’t have to define our lives. We can learn to regain our self-efficacy and build better lives.

Learn more about our treatments for depression in the Treatment Styles section. For more information please email or phone us at (630) 344-9427.



HOPELESSNESS


“It doesn't matter what I do. Nothing ever works out."


Persistent experiences of pessimism or hopelessness can be a sign of depression, an experience that affects our work, school, and personal lives. But it doesn't have to.

Learn more about our treatments for depression in the Treatment Styles section. For more information please email or phone us at (630) 344-9427.

“I'm just tired all the time. I'm tired and I'm tired of being tired."



FATIGUE



Lingering bouts of fatigue and tiredness can be a sign of depression. Counseling can help you develop the means of living with more vitality.

Learn more about our treatments for depression in the Treatment Styles section. For more information please email or phone us at (630) 344-9427.



SUICIDE


Suicidal thoughts or actions should always be taken seriously.


If you are in crisis, call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Service is confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mental health emergencies, including risk of suicide should also be addressed by calling 911 or presenting to your nearest emergency room.

Treating suicidal thoughts or actions often requires collaboration with a medical professional such as a psychiatrist. It is always a good idea to keep your doctor informed of your mental health concerns and Vitality Clinical Services believes in close collaboration with medical and other care providers.



WHY WAIT ANOTHER DAY?


At Vitality Clinical Services, we empower our clients to live richer and fuller lives. Contact us today at (630) 344-9427, schedule an appointment or emailing us.