Depression Therapy Find Healing in Life's Darkest Hours
Depression, anxiety, and PTSD all have multiple components to their origins, and all have an emotional and relational element that contributes in a major way. Sometimes that relationship is the self, how we think about and act on the feelings we suppress or carry inside, and sometimes the relationship is external to ourself. Once we see and understand the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that contribute to the distress, we can help shift their view to a healthier belief about the self and others.
Change Your Perspective,
Change Your Behaviors
EFT as Depression Treatment
Emotionally focused therapy helps individuals deal with unresolved relationships (including the relationship with the self) in order to get down to the core belief systems that are creating the distress and unhealthy thought patterns. Research studies provide evidence that EFT for couples treats depression successful.
Using EFT, we help our patients:
Understand the Source(s) of Unresolved Conflict
Recognize Unhealthy Beliefs and Actions
Release Suppressed Emotions
Create Positive Behavior and Thought Patterns
Lay the Ground-Work for Loving & Caring Relationships
Symptoms of Depression Learn the Warning Signs So You Can Get Help
Depression manifests in different ways for different people. If you have one or more of these symptoms for two weeks or more, it may be time to talk to a professional.
Lack of Motivation
Insomnia or Over-Sleeping
Considerable Weight Changes
Changes in Appetite
Feelings of Worthlessness
Loss of Interest
Thoughts of Self-Harm or Suicide
Frequently Asked Questions About Therapy-Based Depression Treatment
Seeking help for depression is the first step to healing. Many people have questions about talk therapy before their first session. Check out our FAQ and please get in touch with us if you have additional questions.