Therapy for Depression

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Online therapy for depression works

So you came here because you are feeling depressed. Or you may have been told by friends and family that you are depressed. Or you may have been diagnosed before. Or it may be that you never felt sadness like this.

It could also be that you are just trying to figure out what depression is and you want the answers.

Online therapy and help for depression can give you the answers and tools you need to move forward.

Being depressed is hard and lonely

You’ve seen the crying cat meme over and over online.

You look up quotes to figure out how to dig out of a tunnel and hole of darkness.

But, there is nothing that is quite serving you or making you feel that what you are doing is really leading you in the right way.

You feel stuck and overwhelmed.  It’s easier to stay in your bed or lounge around than try to explain your feelings to one more person.

You don’t want them to try to cheer you up with anything that they can think of that works for THEM.

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Depression counseling online can help you build the life you want

You need something that works for YOU.

You want to know if you fit the depression definition and learn the coping skills that will help you to be the best version of yourself.

You feel that you haven’t seen that person in while. But, you are deserving of that.

Work with a clinician today to fit your needs and work through the emotions of depression or depression and anxiety (as many times go hand in hand). You can get the depression help you need online which makes it easier to fit into your schedule.

Online depression counseling and therapy tailored to your needs

You are important and we want to ensure to get you the best support for your specific needs. Depression does not look the same for everyone and that is something that we recognize.

Your clinician will work with you to discuss what your needs are and lead to the core of depression.

We are here for you, especially when it feels difficult to find anyone to talk to.

How do I know I am depressed and not just sad?

It is important to note that sadness and depression are not the same. The feeling of being sad is the reaction and response to an event. Depression is a diagnosis that requires care and treatment. Depression can have a negative impact on the feelings and behaviors that a person has. This impacts the sleeping, eating, and daily activities that a person has. It is difficult for a person to experience their day in a pleasurable way and impacts a person for weeks, months, or sometimes years if untreated.

Are there different types of depression?

There are a variety of levels of depression: mild, moderate, or severe. It is important to work with a therapist to recognize the level of depression. All types are important to get help and support for. Your therapist will help find the tools that are right for you to navigate this time for you dependent upon what area of your life is being impacted from the type of depression that you have.

What factors increase the risk of depression?

Family history has a large impact on the factors of depression. If someone in your family has been diagnosed with depression, this puts you at a higher risk. This does not mean that you cannot be helped or that depression will look the same. It is important to get help and support. Stress is a factor of depression and is circumstantial as trauma and stress are different and are triggered differently for everyone.

Common symptoms include:

  • sadness
  • tiredness
  • trouble focusing or concentrating
  • unhappiness
  • anger
  • irritability
  • frustration
  • loss of interest in pleasurable or fun activities
  • sleep issues (too much or too little)
  • no energy
  • craving unhealthy foods
  • anxiety
  • isolation

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