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Many experience depression, but you don't have to keep feeling this way.
Adult Depression
Adolescent Depression
Childhood Depression

It CAN Get Better.

Our compassionate counselors can help you find the light in your dark places. 


During COVID-19 we have seen an uptick in cases of depression across the board. 
Our team of mental health counselors are skilled in helping people like you, overcome. We can offer you the education and resources you need to feel better. We also have counselors who specialize in working with children and young adults who are experiencing depression.
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"I help children to overcome emotional and behavioral issues so they can be received and understood by their family, educational team, and peers."

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Many of our therapists specialize in helping clients work through depression.
Don't let feelings of helplessness, unworthiness, or self-doubt keep you from reaching out. You are worth it. We want to help.

More on Depression

Your feelings, to some extent, are a result of how your body works and interacts with the outside world. Science is still working on ways to solve the chemical processes that lead to depression, and many people find that medication can help. However, medication only plays a part in recovering from depression. It is often our thought patterns that keep us bound in maladaptive behaviors.  


At Mindsight, we have a variety of trained professionals who have studied these relationships for years and are passionate about using their knowledge to help people like you!


Your condition shouldn’t define you, and at Mindsight, we will always see YOU, not just your illness.

Adolescent Depression

For children and teens, it can be even harder to ask for help because they may not even realize they are experiencing depression. If this is a concern for you or your child, we can help!


Whether too many bad days have piled up on you or you’re going through a major life change, depression is a legitimate illness that can affect your ability to do everyday tasks, such as socializing.


When your mood is low enough, it can be hard to motivate yourself to do even the smallest things, such as getting out of bed or taking a shower. This is a common symptom of depression and one that our professionals can work with you to combat.