Depression 

Depression treatment for individuals across the lifespan.

About: Depression is a condition that can make you experience sadness, anger and not feeling like yourself. You may notice a change in your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors  Depressive symptoms vary and can include feelings of emptiness, fatigue, inability to concentrate, heavy arms and legs, feelings of worthlessness, guilt, anxiety, insomnia, trouble getting out of bed, hopelessness, inability to enjoy everyday activities, changes in appetite, or weight.
Depression Treatment: At Mind Matters Therapy Services we use different scientifically supported techniques to successfully treat depression.

Treatment Orientation: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Mindfulness-Based (MBCT), Person-Centered, Solution-Focused (SFBT), Strength-Based Therapy.

Appointment Types

New client appointment
  • 60-90-minute comprehensive intake assessment
  • Upon request and with signed release of information:
    • Follow-up with psychiatrist, medical doctor, or any other medical provider
    • Follow-up with previous therapists
    • Communication with involved family members
    • Communication with employers, coaches, other support systems                                                                                                
 Individual therapy session
  • Face-to-face/telehealth therapy session
  • Therapy tools utilized during session will be provided to you for ongoing use
  • Brain hemisphere synchrony sessions, as recommended/requested
  • Urgent appointments are available to be scheduled within 48 hours
  • Urgent phone consultation in between sessions
  • Upon request and with signed release of information:
    • Coordination of services with family members
    • Follow-up with psychiatrist, medical doctor, or any other medical providers
    • Follow-up with previous therapists
    • Communication with employers, coaches, other support systems

Mind Matters can help

SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT 

Do not use this contact form if you are in immediate danger because of thoughts of suicide, homicide or self-harm. If you need immediate assistance call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.