Author: Diana Gordon, Psy.D.
When you’re feeling depressed or anxious, sometimes it can be hard to get motivated to find treatment. The feelings can be overwhelming on top of all of the other things you need to accomplish in a day. But not attending to your mental health can not only make these problems worse, but it can also have a negative impact on your physical health. In this article, the New York Times explores some of the physical health effects of depression and anxiety and talks about ways of addressing these concerns using telehealth. Throughout the pandemic, we have continued providing essential services using effective and secure telehealth technology. Reach out to us for a free consultation to learn more about how we can help.
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.