Are you feeling long bouts of sadness and emptiness? Depression can at times feel painful and isolating, but you don't have to go through it alone. A compassionate psychologist can support you during your lowest days, while encouraging and guiding you to find your joy again.
Therapy for Depression
What is Depression?
Major depression is a serious mood disorder that causes a person to experience bouts of deep sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, and loss of interest. Depression is about more than just feeling down or sad, and people with the condition can’t simply snap out of. It is a mental health issue that affects the way a person feels, thinks, and behaves which causes those with the condition to withdraw or have trouble with normal day to day activities and tasks.
The good news is that depression is highly treatable with the right combination of therapy with a trained psychologist and medication.
Causes of Depression
Depression is a complicated disorder that often shares a comorbidity with other mental health issues such as anxiety, PTSD, borderline disorder, bipolar disorder, and stress. The cause of depression could relate to genetics, abuse, trauma, age, grief, medication, child birth, chronic pain, injury, chronic illness, divorce, and more. In fact, some people may experience depression for no apparent reason and at any age.
Symptoms of Depression
Do You Suffer From Post-Partum Depression?
Post-partum depression is a completely normal occurrence and it's not your fault. You may be experiencing mood swings, sadness, anxiety, irritability, difficulty eating or sleeping, and feelings of being overwhelmed. We can help you get through your challenges and find joy in your new life.
The birth of a baby can trigger a wave of complicated emotions in a person, including joy, excitement, anxiety, depression, and loss of identity.