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" I wish I had known that I didn't have to believe

that I can change to

start making 


Depression Relief

Helpful Guidelines
Most Common Challenges
  • 350,000,000 people globally are affected by depression and 50% of American’s with major depression never seek treatment. Whether you know someone who is affected by depression or you personally suffer from depression, know that you are not alone.

  • On the internet you’ll find plenty of cookie-cutter techniques that suggest you get in a routine, set goals or get enough sleep and these steps might work to disrupt the cycle of depression.

  • The truth is the recovery isn’t just in the symptoms and the way we think or feel, it’s in the connection between the clinician and the client.

  • Over the course of time you've found it easy to avoid taking action to get better. Many of the reasons we hear are "it's not that bad", "it's not like I'm trying to hurt myself", "being alone doesn't hurt anyone else"

  • These responses keep us stuck in a cycle of misery and hopelessness. Taking action is easier than the way that you've been living.

  • Fear often deters us from taking action, because we have become so accustomed to this way of life, but it's not the only way to be. Overcome the fear by coming in and talking to someone. 

What Steps Will you Take to Defeat Depression?

Angie approaches depression with holistic treatment that focuses on building your inner strength and utilizing techniques rather than immediately resorting to the use of prescription drugs.


We know that depression is specific to each person it affects. Some of the more common symptoms are…

  • Feeling of helplessness and hopelessness

  • Loss of interest in daily activities

  • Appetite or weight changes

  • Sleep changes

  • Anger or irritability

  • Loss of energy

  • Self-loathing

  • Reckless behavior

What is the cost of inaction?

"I came to the realization that it would cost me more NOT to take action towards getting better than staying the same. I became comfortable with the way things were that I didn't think it was possible for me to BE any other way. The cost became my motivation, happiness, and myself. That's not a price I was willing to pay anymore, so I called and did something about it."

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