Anxiety and Depression Counseling
Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, low self – esteem,
relationship issues, stress, trauma and complicated grief.
These are just a few of the invisible illnesses inflicting many of us daily. If you suffer from anxiety, depression, or any significant life stressor…you are not alone. Depression and anxiety impact over 300 million people worldwide. We all have moments when managing these issues can feel heavy. A licensed clinician can help you heal.
Catherine A Cooper, LMHC has telehealth options during COVID-19, as well as face-to-face appointments. You can book as far as 3 months in advance.
Simply click on the Book Now button. Please note your desired appointment date and time in the Message section.
If you want to schedule an appointment within the next 24 hours, please call 813-419-7963.
Genesis Counseling of South Tampa is now accepting new clients.
Get the Treatment You Need
Many of us walk around with a shadow hanging over our heads, wondering if we have anxiety or depression. We might even experience so many symptoms and stressors that we are not able to identify our feelings. We know someone who battles with depression or anxiety, and we know what it’s like to have those feelings. But what are some signs or indications that therapy could be beneficial?
Signs are often subtle and can even include physical symptoms because the mind and body are connected. You become withdrawn and isolated from friends and family, you get up early on weekends because you have too much time to think, you have trouble concentrating, and your energy level is low.
We can all benefit from therapy when feelings and experiences become overwhelming. It can be very easy to slip into some dark place and there’s a lot of stigma around mental health, so it’s important to understand you can heal. Anxiety, depression, past traumas and life stressors all deserve equal care and attention.
Take care of your body and your mind. Connect with others to benefit your mental health. Talking to someone about what is on your mind is very therapeutic and can be a great coping skill when times get tough.