Therapy For Depression

Online and In-Person Depression Therapy

Therapy For Depression

Online and In-Person Depression Therapy

Overview Of Depression?

Depression is a mood disorder that affects people in many different ways. It is important to know that not every individual will display the same symptoms of depression. Because depression has many associated types all which display a wide variety of different symptoms, it can be difficult to understand the the right path to overcome this mood disorder.

According to Canadian statistics, 11.3% of adults suffer from some form of depression disorder and 2.6% of adults suffer from bi-polar disorder.

Depression Therapy

How Therapy For Depression Can Help

    Therapy can provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. A therapist can help patients learn coping mechanisms, improve communication skills, and identify negative thought patterns.

    Through therapy, individuals with depression can gain a better understanding of their illness and develop strategies to manage their symptoms. Ultimately, therapy can offer a path to healing and improved mental health. One effective method includes talk therapy for depression. It helps individuals express their thoughts and feelings freely.

    Although therapy for depression is a powerful and helpful tool, you must first determine not only the type, but also to what degree of depression you are experiencing.

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    The Types Of Depression

    Seasonal Depression / Seasonal Affective Disorder

    Seasonal depression, also known as seasonal affective disorder is a form of major depression which occurs during specific seasons throughout the year. The most common seasons in which people suffer are fall and winter. This is also often tied to reduced or lack of sunlight.

    Mixed Depression

    Complex and often misunderstood, mixed depression is a combination of symptoms from both depression and mania. These symptoms often include feelings of hopelessness, low energy, and sadness, as well as increased energy, impulsiveness, and racing thoughts. Due to the nature of mixed depression, it can make it challenging to understand your emotions and seek help.

    Atypical Depression

    Atypical depression is a type of depression that can be difficult to detect. It is not like other forms of depression as individuals are still able to achieve some form of temproary happiness and pleasure. Atypical depression is often also associated with increased appetite, the need for excessive sleep and sensitivity to rejection.

    Melancholic Depression

    Melancholic depression is a more sever form of depression which is associated with more severe symptoms. Because this is a more serious form of depression it can be easier to identify within an individual. Symptoms of melancholic depression are often inability to find happiness and enjoyment in things you once loved, worse morning moods, major changes in appetite, and feelings of guilt, agitation or sluggishness.

    Anxious Distress

    Anxious distress is characterized by feelings of unease, apprehension, and fear that can be overwhelming and make it difficult to function in everyday life. You may constantly feel as if something bad is about to happen, even if there is no clear reason for this feeling.

    Therapy For Depression in Vaughan

    Contact AE Psychotherapy for Depression Therapy

    Are you struggling with depression and seeking support?

    Look no further than AE Psychotherapy Services.

    Alexandra is a registered psychotherapist, specializes in providing compassionate and effective therapy for individuals dealing with depression.

    She understands the challenges that come with this mental health condition, and she’s here to help.

    Alex-Elias,-Psychotherapist

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