Anxiety and Depression

At Medlock Bridge Counseling Center, we have the experience to treat your anxiety and depression. Our licensed professional counselors use proven therapy methods to help you identify the source of your feelings and begin to feel better. Coping with anxiety and depression and even overcoming it can happen for you in our safe, caring, confidential, individual, group or family sessions.

Medlock Bridge Counseling Center Anxiety and Depression Treatment

Treatment for Anxiety and Depression

Depression and/or anxiety affects many people at some point in their lives. Both can seriously impair your ability to deal with everyday situations and can sabotage your work, relationships and life. Your family and friends may have noticed that you’ve changed, but don’t know how to help.

Symptoms of Anxiety or Depression

  • Sleeping too much, or too little
  • Waking up in the middle of the night
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Feelings of hopelessness, guilt or worthlessness
  • Weight loss or weight gain and changes in appetite
  • Loss of pleasure or interest in usual activities, including sex
  • Inability to make decisions or concentrate
  • Irritability and frustration
  • Crying for no known reason

If you have been experiencing signs of anxiety or depression, treatments and therapies are available to help you feel better and begin functioning and living your life fully again.

Some Causes of Anxiety and/or Depression

  • Financial Strain
  • Caregiving
  • Death or Loss
  • Illness
  • Substance Abuse
  • Family History
  • Change
  • Abuse

Help is Available for Your Anxiety and/or Depression

Anxiety and depression are NOT weaknesses, and they are not something that you can just snap out of. Both are illnesses that require treatment. Most people with anxiety or depression feel better with treatment.

When you or a loved one is feeling anxious or depressed, make an appointment with a trained mental health professional as soon as you can.

Please contact Medlock Bridge Counseling Center at (770) 495-6339 for questions and additional information about our general mental wellness programs.