Therapy for Depression

//Therapy for Depression

Therapy for Depression

Depression

Do you want to overcome feelings of sadness and hopelessness and find the motivation to move forward? Find out more about Therapy for Depression.

Unfortunately, depression is affecting more and more people. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 17 million adult Americans suffer from depression during any 1-year period. Many people who have suffered one depressive episode then go on to have a reoccurrence in the future. If you believe that you or a loved one may be depressed, please take the How Blue Are You? self-test.

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Thankfully, there is reason for hope because depression is highly treatable. Studies show that psychotherapy helps people suffering from depression. Dr. Christine can help you to deal with the symptoms of depression, such as feelings of worthlessness, sadness, lack of concentration, irritability, changes in sleep patterns, changes in appetite, and lack of enjoyment. If you have been depressed in the past and feel that you are starting on that downward spiral, it is best to seek help as quickly as possible before the depressive symptoms become overwhelming. You don’t have to go through this alone. Dr. Christine can provide the psychotherapy and support that you need to overcome feelings of sadness and hopelessness and find the motivation to move forward.

To get the help that you need during this difficult time, call Dr. Christine at (212) 335-0511 or email info@DrChristineNYC.com.

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About the Author:

Dr. Christine
Dr. Christine is a Licensed Psychologist with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and over a decade of business experience in a managerial position in a Fortune 500 company. Dr. Christine is also a certified Life Coach. This combination of psychological expertise, life coaching skills, and business acumen enables her to help you clearly understand the situations you are experiencing and take smart action toward improving them. For over a decade, she has been helping people to have more fulfilling and more successful relationships and careers.