Author: Diana Gordon, Psy.D.
Many of our clients come to us because they're struggling with feelings of sadness, fatigue, concentration difficulties, or loss of interest in their favorite activities. Often they've heard that CBT is the most effective treatment for depression and seek us out because they want to feel better quickly. Our clients often wonder whether they have clinical depression or whether they are just feeling a little bit down. Whether you have clinical depression or just need some help feeling happier and more engaged in work, social, and family activities, CBT can help. In this article, the Huffington Post examines how depression can present differently across the lifespan. If you're interested in learning more about how CBT can help with symptoms of depression, contact us for a free phone consultation.
Diana Gordon, Psy.D., Kari Kagan Psy.D., and Katie Leoni, Psy.D.
Drs. Gordon, Kagan, and Leoni practice psychotherapy primarily via telehealth. Their areas of expertise include anxiety, sleep, stress, depression, maternal mental health, and addiction. They blog about these topics to provide research-based information about common problems and strategies to help manage them.