A poor night’s sleep can leave us feeling tired and frustrated and influence productivity and our ability to think. Poor sleep can lead to behaviors that further worsen sleep in the long run, including increasing caffeine intake to stay awake and skipping work outs because we are too tired.
Tired of feeling sad, hopeless, or alone? Has it been a while since you just felt good? Let our therapists and counselors can help.
Depression can look and feel different from one person to the next; and a diagnosis can only be made by a trained health professional.
What is Depression?
Depression can affect how you think, feel, and behave. Clinically elevated symptoms are often prolonged (2+ weeks), cause significant levels of distress, and greatly impact your ability to function in your everyday life. Here are some examples of some of the different ways we may feel depressed.
We Can Help!
Although it can feel daunting to talk about all the ways in which you feel depressed, the good news is that there are proven methods to treat depression and improve quality of life.
At Coronado Psych, we specialize in working with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, stress, life transitions, health behavior changes, health-related psychological distress, and more.
We are now accepting new clients and are providing therapy and counseling services through telephone and secure video-conferencing.
We invite you to call or schedule an initial consultation to learn more about our services.
“I have had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Tanaka since 2013. I have observed first-hand her ability to provide expert psychological services carefully tailored to the individual needs of each client. She does so with the utmost warmth and empathy.
Dr. Tanaka is truly dedicated to providing the best service to her clients–which is evident in the overwhelmingly positive feedback provided by her clients. I wholeheartedly recommend her as a psychologist. San Diego is fortunate to have her as a mental health resource.”
Dr. Adrienne Kovacs, Ph.D.
In order to better understand your symptoms, you may have come across a “depression “quiz” or “test” online. Such assessments are often multiple-choice questionnaires that ask you about various symptoms of depression and their severity or frequency over a specific