Depression Therapy in & Near Santa Monica

Getting Help with Depression - Santa Monica CA Office

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Another day to deal with..

Every day feels like a battle! Difficult memories and overwhelming emotions make it difficult to accomplish things you need to get done. Some days the thought of getting out of bed is overwhelming. Staying away from everyone feels safe and like the best Idea.

Something outside of your control appears to be shaping your thoughts, stealing your peace, and dictating your actions. Many of the relationships in your life are filled with conflict and you don’t feel like you have anywhere to go. Depression and anxiety go hand and hand, feel like constant, unwanted companions.

I will draw from over a decade of Clinical experience, Life experience, coupled with extensive consultation, and Trainings, to provide you a guided exploration through pain towards healing, understanding, and self acceptance. Together, we will examine how your past influences your present, and how your Thoughts Influence your mood. We will work to identify practical skills to navigate current challenges and we will get you on the road to a more fulfilling life. 
In Therapy Let’s:
Picture a life where you feel calm and you aren’t focused on everything that could go wrong. An existence free from the constant battles that currently plague you. Relationships, once confusing and frustrating, are now filled with understanding and authentic connection. This is the life you deserve! Call now to schedule a free consultation


Depression once in a while is normal. It’s not the same as depression. Losing interest in the activities you love for extended periods of time might not be the normal feeling a little blue! Sleeping abnormalities is a common symptom of depression. Low energy, moving slowing (lethargy/fatigue), low self-esteem, appetite changes, thoughts of death, suicidal thoughts, suicide attempts, and difficulty concentrating and making decisions are often signs of depression.

Alcohol and substance use is often associated and can contribute to depression, suicidal thoughts, attempts, and death. If you are experiencing overwhelming suicidal thoughts, or plan to harm yourself, call 911, go to your nearest emergency room, or call the national suicide hotline now at 988. There are two types of depression. The first is what I call situational, acute. The second is long-term depression. Acute may fall under the category of a recent loss. Long-term would be consistent depression for long periods of time.

What are the benefits of treating depression with therapy?
Depression Therapy can provide numerous benefits, including:

  1. Improved Mood: Depression can cause feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of energy. Treatment can help individuals feel more positive and optimistic, allowing them to enjoy life again.

  2. Increased Energy: Depression can lead to fatigue and decreased motivation. Treatment can help individuals regain energy and motivation, allowing them to participate in activities they once enjoyed.

  3. Better Sleep: Depression can disrupt sleep patterns. Treatment can help individuals sleep more regularly and improve the quality of their sleep.

  4. Improved Concentration: Depression can make it difficult to concentrate and make decisions. Treatment can help individuals focus better and make decisions more effectively.

  5. Increased Self-Esteem: Depression can cause individuals to feel worthless or unimportant. Treatment can help individuals feel better about themselves, increasing self-esteem and confidence.

  6. Enhanced Relationships: Depression can strain relationships with friends, family, and partners. Treatment can help individuals improve their relationships and feel more connected to others.

  7. Increased Life Satisfaction: Treatment can help individuals feel more satisfied with their lives, allowing them to achieve their goals and find meaning and purpose in their lives.

It’s important to keep in mind that depression is a treatable condition and that seeking help is the first step toward recovery. With the right treatment and support, individuals can successfully manage their depression and live a fulfilling and satisfying life.