CBT for Depression
We provide therapy to help people understand depression and learn insights and powerful techniques to overcome it.

What Is Depression?

Depression is a common medical condition people around the world experience, even as early as childhood. In fact, some studies indicate about one out of every six adults in the United States will experience depression at some point in their life. People with depression often have trouble thinking, sleeping, eating, and even losing their memory. Without effective therapy, these symptoms could get worse, so reach out to us at your first sign of feeling depressed.

Types Of Depression

Various types of depression are possible and it’s important to diagnose them so you can receive proper anxiety and depression treatment. The types include:

  • Bipolar Disorder with Depression
  • Severe Depression with Psychotic Symptoms
  • Persistent Depressive Disorder
  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Perinatal or Postpartum Depression

We can help you identify the type of depression you’re dealing with and develop an appropriate and effective treatment plan.

Depression Symptoms

There’s no single symptom for depression, so it’s important to pay attention to your mind, body, and emotions. Some of the most common symptoms of depression include:

  • No appetite or overeating
  • Not enjoying things you used to
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Often feeling worried, hopeless, or sad
  • Persistently feeling sad or blue
  • Inability to focus or recall things from memory
  • Physical issues like headaches or other aches
  • Suicidal thoughts

Never overlook any of these symptoms and always reach out to us to receive effective therapy for anxiety and depression.

We Can Help You Treat Depression

Receiving psychotherapy for depression could be the most important decision you make. We provide therapy for teenage depression as well as adults of all ages. It’s important to first identify what might be causing your depression and then treat the source rather than just the symptoms. Our goal is to help you learn powerful tools and techniques so you can enjoy life again. If you currently take medication for depression, cognitive behavioral therapy can be an essential component to alleviating your depression.

Contact Us

When you’re looking for a cognitive behavioral therapist to work with you to treat your depression, We are here for you. To learn more about our services and qualifications, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time. We would love to answer your questions.