Depression Therapy

  • Do you have a sadness that won’t go away?

  • Are you feeling helpless and discouraged by one or more problems in your life?

  • Do you want to find more meaning in your life?

  • Have you lost interest in activities you previously enjoyed?

  • Are you irritable and short tempered at work and at home?

  • Do you feel nothing can make you happy?

depressionLife can be difficult, and there are many stressors that contribute to feeling overwhelmed. If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may be experiencing depression. Signs of depression include a sudden change in mood, withdrawing from family and friends, lack of interest in activities you previously enjoyed, changes in appetite, feelings of worthlessness, difficulty concentrating and changes in sleeping patterns. Another sign is a feeling of sadness that does not go away. There is no single cause of depression and it can occur for a variety of reasons. Depression can happen at any age and sometimes life events, such as trauma, loss of a loved one, or a difficult relationship, may cause you to feel depressed.

Depression can be treated. When you work with the right therapist, one who listens and connects with you, you can begin to feel better. Martin Therapy Group therapists are trained in a variety of depression treatment options. Your therapist will identify the best therapeutic approach to help you feel better. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is one approach we use to treat depression. CBT is evidence-based method to change thoughts, mood, feelings and behavior to improve satisfaction with your life. Other methods we use include Person-Centered Therapy, Interpersonal Psychology, and Emotion Focused Therapy.

Ready to get started?

We are here to help and will listen and give you the necessary tools to manage your depression and so you can begin to feel better. For more information, or to make an appointment, please call (708) 822-0407 or text (708) 822-0407 , or email us at therapy@martintherapygroup.com to take the important first step of getting help for your depression.

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