• Have you lost interest in activities that you used to enjoy?
  • Are you irritable and short-tempered at work or home
  • Do you find yourself isolating from friends and family?
  • Are you feeling like you’re experiencing sadness that just won’t go away?

With more stressors than ever, it is easy to feel lost and overwhelmed in life. Keeping up with your daily responsibilities can feel more difficult than ever before. Individuals experiencing depression may feel like no on understands what they are going through, which can lead to increased isolation and withdrawal. Asking for help can be hard. But we’re here to make it easier on you.

Signs that you may be depressed include a sudden change in your mood, diminished interest in previously enjoyed activities, withdrawing from family and friends, lack of motivation, feelings of worthlessness, changes in appetite, difficulty concentrating, and/or lack of energy.

It’s important to find someone who hears you and that you truly connect with. A strong therapeutic relationship can help get you on the road to feeling stronger and more satisfied with your life. Our highly skilled therapists will support with developing a plan to help you start feeling better and give you the skills to integrate what you learn in session into your everyday life.

Wellspring’s therapists are all trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). CBT is an evidence-based treatment model for mild to moderate mood disorders, such as depression. Your therapist will integrate components of CBT into your sessions to teach you tools and strategies to manage tough emotions and get you on the path to a more fulfilling life.

If you are struggling and you aren’t sure where to start, Wellspring therapists are here to help. Contact one of our intake coordinators today who will work with you to match you with the right therapist for you.

Fall Art & Mindfulness Groups

The focus of this group will be to support girls and boys in learning how to manage stress and other difficult emotions with mindfulness and art-based exercises