Counseling for Depression and Anxiety

Therapy for Depression and Anxiety

Depression and anxiety are two of the most common disorders treated at the Integrative Therapy Institute. Depression is typically marked by

  • depressed mood
  • diminished interest in activities
  • social withdrawal
  • low energy
  • feelings of hopelessness
  • and (in severe cases) recurrent thoughts of death and suicide.

Anxiety manifests itself in a variety of forms including the most common form of generalized anxiety in which day-to-day activities become a struggle for clients because they are riddled with worries that are difficult to control and may be accompanied by feelings of:

  • restlessness
  • edginess
  • difficulties concentrating
  • fatigue, and/or difficulties with sleep
  • panic attacks

Other common anxiety disorders include obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and panic disorder. In all of these kinds of anxiety, recurrent and excessive worries of physical or social risk plague the client and lead to a daily battle with feelings of insecurity and self-doubt.

Here at the Integrative Therapy Institute, we adopt a very direct approach to assisting our clients with these difficulties.

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