The New Years Blues In the first few weeks of January, I have had clients experiencing what I refer to as seasonal depression. We have just come out of the holidays, and I’m listening to clients tell me their stories with words like stressful, sad and disappointing. And this is supposed to be “the most wonderful time […]
Depression Counseling blog posts from LiveBeyond Counseling & Coaching, LLC in Keller, TX.
Are You Dealing with Holiday Stress? Its’ that time of year! The time when the air becomes crisp, kids are out of school, family comes into town, travel plans ramp up and, you said it, stress levels rise! Holiday stress can impact us all. The holidays can be filled with joy and cozy get togethers, […]
Self-care is so important during this Holiday season…and truly any season. When talking to others about your stress levels, short fuse, poor sleep, even low motivation, how often do you hear the question, “well are you taking care of yourself?” In a world in which people are expected to work long hours, skip lunches for […]
Depression and Anxiety Counseling and Therapy We often use the words “anxious” and “depressed” in our casual conversation and this is because they are both normal emotional experiences. It is normal to feel a little anxiety around an upcoming presentation, new social situations, or even a dangerous situation and it is normal to feel depressed […]
Overthinking is one of the primary concerns that clients mention in counseling sessions with the counselors at LiveBeyond Counseling & Coaching. “It happens usually when I’m trying to go to sleep.” “I just can’t focus on one thing.” “It just floods my mind.” Racing thoughts and the infamous overthinking. We all, at one point or […]
Suicide Prevention Month September was National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is a topic that does not need to be taken lightly and should be talked about rather than silenced like many think. This year, it should be talked about even more as our world is in a pandemic. This has caused the numbers of those […]
Out of all the ailments that can affect humans, some of them affect people differently based on their characteristics. For example, mental health disorders like clinical depression can be different for women. If you’re experiencing this condition, use the following list to learn more about your therapist’s diagnosis.
Living with depression is difficult, especially for teenagers who are still growing and forming their worldviews. Unfortunately, many parents aren’t sure what to do when they suspect their teen is depressed, which can make the situation more complicated. Here is a little more information about raising a teen with depression, as well as how therapy can help.