Therapy for depression
If you are experiencing depression, seeking therapy or psychotherapy can offer you a range of techniques and treatments to support your recovery. Through counselling sessions, a knowledgeable mental health professional will collaborate with you to understand the reasons behind your feelings and identify potential causes.
Depression can arise from various factors, including external events and chemical imbalances in the brain. Regardless of the therapist you choose, they will address both the psychological and psychosocial aspects of your depression, providing comprehensive care.
How will your therapist help with your depression?
What will my therapy consist of?
Therapy can take many different forms and much will depend on whether you want to be treated as an individual or part of a couple or a family. Your mental health professional will help identify the best treatment for you, taking into account any factors that may be triggering or prolonging your depression.
Frequently used forms of therapy for depression are:
If you would like some help & support, please speak with one of our therapists
Depression is one of the most common mental health ailments plaguing millions of people all over the world. In the UK alone, thousands of cases of clinical depression are recorded each year; and, many cases go unreported as well because people don’t seek help. However, if you or a loved one is suffering from depression …