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Understanding Depression

We all get sad, but we don’t all get depressed. If you’ve experienced consistent feelings of helplessness or despair that impact how you respond to challenges and impact how you function on a daily basis, it’s time to talk to someone about depression counseling. Many of our clinicians at Insight Therapy Solutions have experience and training to provide counseling for individuals who are struggling with depression. You are not alone, and you don’t have to “get over” this. When you’re ready to learn more about how counseling can help you make positive changes and improve your mood and emotional regulation, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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Benefits

At Insight Therapy Solutions, we know that the cost of therapy can be something that leads to added stress of our clients.

1:1 Video Session

1:1 Video Session

Connect with your therapist face-to-face, anytime, anywhere. Get personalized attention and guidance that fits your unique needs, all in the space of your preference.

Live Texting

Live Texting

A feature of our Journey to Wellness program, text your mental health professional for quick insights and support anytime. When talking isn’t an option, use text sessions instead!

Quick Therapist Match Making

Quick Therapist Match Making

Match with a therapist who specializes in your concerns for more effective sessions. No more long waits—start your mental health journey without delays.

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Secure & Privacy Protected

Your information is safe with us, creating a secure space for open dialogue. Focus on your mental health journey without worrying about data security.

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Improve mental wellness, improve productivity

Discover how our telehealth solutions revolutionize the way the world approaches mental health, unlocking your full potential and optimizing performance.

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Symptoms of depression can ease after just 6-8 therapy sessions (2 months or less!)

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Just 3 sessions of EMDR Therapy can significantly help relieve traumatic memories.

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Studies show that teletherapy is just as effective as in person therapy.

We've Got Great Therapists For You!

Our clinicians are highly trained and qualified to guide you toward your goals. You have the freedom to choose with whom to develop a great relationship.

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Cherie Catlett

Cherie Catlett
CSWI

Cherie has worked with children over the past four years, helping them cope with trauma and behavior-related issues in the academic setting. She is experienced in working with adults and youth experiencing homelessness and individuals who have had legal issues. Because of this experience, she is well-versed in trauma, mood disorders, and parenting-related issues.

Christine Flowers

Christine Flowers
MFTI

Christine graduated from Capella University with a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and worked at Our Place, a women’s shelter in Reno, Nevada, where she gained valuable experience in supporting guests experiencing trauma and PTSD. Her approach to therapy is centered on supporting the needs of her clients and providing a safe, non-judgmental space that allows her and the client to work together to promote change. A native of the Philippine Islands, she supports individuals of all walks of life and offers therapeutic work that brings awareness and clarity to help clients navigate challenges, achieve personal growth, and move toward the positive outcomes they desire. She enjoys working with teenagers, adults, couples, and families, and aims to encourage and empower each client as they take steps toward improved mental health and wellbeing.

Abigail Anderson

Abigail Anderson
MSW, LCSW, Assistant Clinical Director

Abigail is a licensed clinical social worker in Nevada. Prior to completing her clinical hours, she was a licensed social worker in various positions, such as medical social work, the aging population, and children and families. She has great understanding how depression and anxiety shapes our lives into a negative minefield and the battle it takes to feel and become better. Her clinical experiences encompass depression and other mood disorders, anxiety and panic attacks, trauma work, pre and post operative weight loss surgery, including dealing with the shame of regain, grief and loss, relationship challenges, women’s issues, and dealing with on-going life issues. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, which includes homework, dialectical behavioral therapy, EMDR, and solution focused modalities to help navigate the minefield. Abigail believes therapy is most beneficial when the therapist and client have a therapeutic alliance and a shared goal of healing, growing, and blowing up the minefield together.

Andrea Vendeiro

Andrea Vendeiro
LCSW

Andrea has worked with individuals and families struggling with mental health, drug dependency, and personal issues for over a decade, as a substance abuse counselor and social worker. She specializes in working with challenging issues and has extensive experience in dealing with difficult mental health diagnoses and behavioral issues. She has a strong understanding of the developmental process, is adept in a wide range of treatment techniques, and can tailor each intervention to the client’s needs and strengths.

April Hough

April Hough
MFT Intern

April is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Intern in Nevada. She enjoys being active in her free time, including running and teaching indoor cycling. She is a certified group fitness instructor and often incorporates physical exercise with traditional systemic therapy concepts with clients. She encourages clients to participate in enjoyable activities to cope with stress and anxiety to not only break a sweat but also calm the mind. One of her favorite quotes is, “The more things you do, the more you can do”. April enjoys working with clients who experience anxiety and exploring the impact of the nervous system on anxiety symptoms, LGBTQIA+, African-American, Latin X, and teens.

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Wisdom from Howie Mandel

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Understanding Trichotillomania: Seeking Support and Strategies for Coping

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