Depression & Anxiety CounselingTherapy and Counseling for Depression and Anxiety
Stuck in a pessimistic downward spiral without a way out?
Feeling hopeless, helpless, worthless, or unmotivated to change?
Sick with worry, or scared about the unraveling of your life?
If you are struggling with:
- emotions that rob you of confidence
- low energy despite over-sleeping
- unclear thinking
- high level of self-criticism
- inability to relax your mind or body
- distrust that all will be okay
- feeling pretty miserable every day
- never feeling good enough
- loss of joy, fun and pleasure
- increasing frustration or irritability
- things being too much trouble to bother with
- everything being totally nerve-wracking
If you are struggling with Depression and Anxiety. I am here to help.
Maybe you’re dealing with some depression, feeling increasingly sad and have withdrawn so much from your usual self that friends and family are asking what’s wrong.
Perhaps you could be having a lot of anxiety, feeling fearful, second-guessing everything, and still never able to take decisive action. You’ve likely tried not letting things get you down and distracting yourself into a good mood, but that hasn’t worked for long. You know without getting some help soon, your relationships, health – even your job – could be in trouble. I’ve helped many clients through feeling like this, allow me to help you too.
It may be hard right now to imagine how your life could be better.
Or maybe you have a vision for the future, but don’t believe you’ll ever get there. It’s hard to generate any hope that you can create any change. And the idea of talking to a stranger — revealing the hurts of the past or exploring the fears of the present — might feel intimidating and uncomfortable.
We’ll go at your own pace so you can feel safe sharing whatever burdens your heart and mind. Together we will develop ways to cope with your unique challenges, Life doesn’t have to be such a struggle. You can regain a sense of hope and feel more empowered. Feeling better can start today.
Call Barbara Fane, LCSW, BCD 732-741-1333
and take the first step to reclaim your life no.
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