Posts From: depression help Category

Posted On: 9 Jun,2016 By:
Category: Goals and Goals Setting

Giving Yourself and Other People Gratitude

Giving yourself and other people gratitude seems like a pretty simple thing to do. Yet how many of us actually do it?

Posted On: 23 Oct,2015 By:
Category: Diagnosis

Diagnosis and Medication: Do They Help?

Mental Illness   I’ve noticed a couple of trends as a psychologist. People are much more

Posted On: 20 Jun,2012 By:
Category: Depression

The Deep Dark Hole of Depression

A Depression Story You’re lying in bed at home. It’s time to get up. It’s been time to get up for hours. You just can’t quite get yourself to do it. Your body feels heavy and you have no energy. You’re so tired despite sleeping the last 12 hours. You finally pull yourself out of […]

Posted On: 28 May,2011 By:
Category: Depression, Making Meaning, Solution-focused

Finding Meaning in Life when you’re Feeling Depressed

Years ago I read a fascinating book by Viktor Frankl, a Jewish psychiatrist and World War II survivor of the Holocaust entitled, Man’s Search for Meaning. It was an incredibly moving autobiography of his experiences as a prisoner of war and his well-considered thoughts on the meaning of life.

Posted On: 31 Jan,2010 By:
Category: Depression

How do you know if you’re depressed?

Helping professionals look at a number of factors when assessing depression. We may ask you questions about your sleep, your appetite, your energy, your ability to think, your mood, and thoughts of dying.