“I feel like I am just getting by. I can’t remember the last time I felt happy.”
One of the most common things we hear from people seeking therapy is, "I feel down, but don't know if I am depressed." Depression doesn't always announce itself with clear signs and indicators.
In addition to feeling 'down' depression can make someone feel inexplicably angry, ambivalent and disinterested in most things, and it can interfere with sleep, sex, work, and relationships.
Depression is often triggered and maintained by distorted ways of viewing the world that limit your ability to feel hope or happiness.
Through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) we can work with you to identify the thoughts that drive your mood and help you develop skills and insight that will help you develop healthier, more balanced ways of seeing the world.
This is a targeted treatment and can often take place in as few as 6-10 sessions for significant benefits.