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Vancouver, Washington therapist: Shannon Stringer, marriage and family therapist
Depression

Shannon Stringer

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
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In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Jackie Mitchell, licensed mental health counselor
Depression

Jackie Mitchell

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
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16 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Inspire Counseling Group, licensed clinical social worker
Depression

Inspire Counseling Group

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW, LICSW
Depression affects millions of people. You are not alone and we are here to listen and give you tools to help cope with all that life brings.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98685
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Ronda Lois Gallawa-Foyt, therapist
Depression

Ronda Lois Gallawa-Foyt

Therapist, M.A., LMHC
For some, depression is chemical, for others it is a habit of mind. For others, it's a combination of both. I will work with you to determine what is causing your depression and find ways to pull you out of the pit.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98660
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Rachel Rutkie, psychologist
Depression

Rachel Rutkie

Psychologist, PsyD
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In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Kristine Kemp, licensed clinical social worker
Depression

Kristine Kemp

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
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14 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Janine Hauser, licensed mental health counselor
Depression

Janine Hauser

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
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9 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Krystal Reece, licensed mental health counselor
Depression

Krystal Reece

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
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10 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Christopher Forward, licensed clinical social worker
Depression

Christopher Forward

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LICSW
Experiencing fatigue, sadness, or lack of interest in daily activities is common among those struggling with depression. You are not alone in this. I approach therapy in a calm and gentle manner to help you identify issues you may be struggling with.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Sherese Ezelle, licensed mental health counselor
Depression

Sherese Ezelle

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC, LPC
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6 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Kyra Larson, licensed mental health counselor
Depression

Kyra Larson

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
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In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Michelle Tennant, marriage and family therapist
Depression

Michelle Tennant

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
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In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Matthew Engleking, marriage and family therapist
Depression

Matthew Engleking

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
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In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
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Depression

Cullins Psychological and Counseling Services PLLC

Psychologist, Joanna Cullins PsyD
We are all sad sometimes, but depression is much more than that. I once had a professor who maintained that "anxiety always precedes depression" and in many cases this is true. Like anxiety, depression has physiological and genetic components and whether it is unipolar or Bipolar, it can be debilitating. Cognitive Behavioral and Interpersonal Process Therapies are helpful in treating depression. Psychoeducation is also a key component. When we can understand, how our thoughts and behaviors are affected by changes in our neurotransmitters, we can break free of the vicious cycle of depression. I often tell people "when you are depressed, you are like a car trying to run on too little oil." The oil, in this case is your Neurotransmitters (often Serotonin and sometimes Norepinephrine or Dopamine). Cognitve therapy and behavioral activation help your body to produce more of these much needed chemicals and can put you on the road to recovery.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver, Washington therapist: Cherry Foultner, marriage and family therapist
Depression

Cherry Foultner

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Experiencing fatigue, sadness, or lack of interest in daily activities is common among those struggling with depression. You are not alone in this. I approach therapy in a calm and gentle manner to help you identify issues you may be struggling with.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, WA 98662
Online in Vancouver, Washington