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Does it Ever Really Get Better?

Are you feeling hopeless, like things will never actually get better? Are you sick of not having the motivation to do anything, the constant fatigue, overeating or not eating at all? Does the idea of getting out of bed makes you feel a level of exhaustion you didn’t know existed? Have you tried therapy before, and nothing changed? Depression, hopelessness, sadness… it feels never ending and empty.


Do you have thoughts like:


I am not good enough.

I am a failure.

I am nothing.

I don’t matter.


The list goes on…




What if I told you there could be hope again… that there’s the potential to feel SOMETHING other than sadness, hopelessness, and fatigue. Would you be willing to give it a try to see if it works?


I know, why believe me? If I were you, I would be skeptical too.


At Compass of Hope Counseling, we have worked with many individuals who struggled with depressive symptoms, who lost sight of hope. We worked together to help them find their inner compass and hope again… It’s true! We utilize evidence-based treatments such as EMDR, specifically the DeprEnd Protocol to fight this battle with you. You’re NOT alone, there IS hope!!


According to the World Health Organization in 2017, 4.4% of the world’s population suffers from Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). EMDR targets the negative core beliefs that fuel the depressive symptoms. By changing these negative thoughts about yourself, you can begin to relieve the symptoms of depression and feel like you again.





I am enough!

I matter!

I am worth it!

I am important!




I’m not saying you’ll come into your first appointment and leave feeling happy, but I can tell you that after 6-8 EMDR sessions your depression is likely to at least reduce in half. That’s what the evidence shows! So, if you’re ready to take the first step in feeling better, give us a call. Were ready to help you find hope and your inner compass again!




For more information about EMDR and the DeprEnd Protocol you can check this out: https://www.emdria.org/specialty-areas/depression/emdr-therapy-and-depression/





You are worth it!


-Brittany

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