“Am I depressed?” “Is this a seasonal thing?” “Why do I have no energy?” “I just want to lay around and eat all things pumpkin spice!”
During the fall it is common to hear people talking about feeling low. Over the next months we aim to offer short clips to normalize seasonal mood change.
Although seasonal affective disorder is serious, there are varieties of mood changes during the fall and winter months, and it is good to talk about these differences.
Ellis Chan, RPsych, has been a part of the Sojourn Psychology team for almost 10 year. He is awesome in so many ways and works mostly from a Cognitive Behavioral Approach.
To check out Ellis’ bio and more about Sojourn, click hop on over to our website: