“I don’t want to die, but…”

“If I don’t wake up, that’s okay, too.”

The blackout curtains are closed. It’s dark in the house.

Surrendering to sleep is the only way to feel good.

You can’t remember the last time you hung out with friends. The loneliness is intensifying.

I know you want to get back to normal.

Depression makes it hard to function day by day.

It can affect your relationships and job performance…

It can cause physical complications like body aches, stomach problems, or thoughts of suicide…

It can take the joy out of simple things you used to enjoy, like listening to music, painting, or aromatherapy…

Whether a major life event has caused your lows, loss of a relationship, or genetic background, there is help waiting for you.

You CAN regain your zest for life. Let me help…

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

This type of therapy focuses on how physical emotions, feelings, negative thoughts, and behaviors are all intertwined to affect our mood. You’ll learn a different, positive approach to solving problems by breaking them down into smaller steps.

Interpersonal Therapy

This form of therapy looks at how relationships can improve depression. Having healthy relationships (support) with others is beneficial in reducing depression. And if you’re having trouble forming or maintaining healthy relationships, I can coach you on how to improve how you interact with others.

Lifestyle change, homework, and active participation all help manage the symptoms of depression.

These are not the only forms of effective treatment available. Together, we’ll figure out the right approach for you!

It’s time for you to break free!

I know life’s heavy right now, and your problems might feel like they’re suffocating you. But you’ve read this far, which shows that you’re ready to shatter depression once and for all.

This time it’ll be different. You’re not alone. I’m here to help… at your pace.

Please, don’t let another minute go by without reaching out to me: (951) 394-1903.

If you are currently having suicidal thoughts, please call 911 for immediate assistance.