This is more than feeling sad. It’s feelings stuck, unmotivated, and lost.
Depression is a complicated illness, and research in neuroscience has demonstrated that psychotherapy has the capacity to alleviate symptoms of depression more effectively than medication.
Even though depressive episodes may finally go away on their own, it may take several months of suffering from melancholy, anxiety, and physical and mental discomfort. This can be extremely detrimental to one’s well-being as well as one’s relationships and career. There is strong evidence that the likelihood of more intense episodes in the future increases with the length of a depressive episode.
Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-based Therapies, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, or ACT, we can customize treatment to meet your unique needs.