Category Archives: Depression and Anxiety

Depression: The Deception of Your Perception

A fair number of my clients (who come in for a myriad of reasons from pornography and sex addiction to overcoming attentional issues) also struggle with varying degrees of depression.  This “fun” little creature is like a barnacle, attached without … Continue reading

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Avoiding the “Should Haves” and the “What Ifs” of Depression and Anxiety

Steven Eastmond, LCSW – September 2012 Depression and anxiety are unfortunately all too common in today’s society.  Yet despite the high prevalence rates, very few people seek treatment and of those who do, many keep both their illness and their … Continue reading

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