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Therapy for Depression in
Baltimore & Rockville

Not feeling joy in your life and having nothing to look forward to is a really hard way to live. We know how you feel.

 You’ve tried to talk yourself out of it but to no avail. Feeling empty on the inside and feeling sad seem to be a way of life. Living better seems out of reach and hopeless. If you have not experienced depression this may sound like a nightmare you want to wake up from. If you have depression you know just how difficult this can be. CICC therapists can help you live better. 
African man in depression

What Is Depression?

Depression is mental health condition that is estimated to impact more than 30% of adults at some point in their lives. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and can impact your job, family, relationships and general day-to-day functioning.

Many people with depression describe feeling unmotivated. They may like they are in a fog. Depression can be a chronic condition or it can come and go at various points of life. A family history of depression increases the likelihood that you may be experiencing depression. Anxiety is similar to depression and it can be just as difficult to manage.

How Therapy Helps With Depression

Therapy is a dynamic process that helps people address their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Through establishing a therapeutic relationship with a therapist, people grow more comfortable to talk about the things that matter most to them.

Depressed people are often struggling with feeling helpless, not lovable and experience low self worth. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidenced-based approach that helps people address the automatic thoughts and beliefs that maintain the unwanted symptoms of depression. Working with the right therapist can help you experience relief from symptoms in a short time period.

Do you experience any of these depression symptoms?

Feeling worthless

Thoughts of death or suicide

Feeling tired or low energy

Slowed thinking

Sadness, Anger, or Irritation

Changes in appetite

Sleep disturbances

Decreased Libido