Looking for a depression therapist in Seattle, Bellevue or anywhere in Washington State?
We’ve got you covered.
Take Control of Your Depression.
Living with depression can be challenging, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Our online depression therapists can help you manage your depression and get back to living your life.
Our team of licensed therapists are experienced in treating depression and can provide you with the support and guidance you need to overcome it. We use evidence-based therapies to help you learn new coping skills and techniques that can help you manage your depression more effectively.
When you choose to work with one of our depression therapists, you’ll receive personalized care and support and a treatment plan that is tailored to your unique needs and goals.
Here’s what you can expect from working with one of our depression therapists:
- Evidence-based therapies proven to be effective for treating depression
- Personalized care and support from a licensed therapists
- A safe and supportive environment where you can express yourself freely
- A focus on building coping skills and techniques to manage your depression
- A commitment to your long-term success and well-being
We understand that taking the first step towards seeking therapy can be daunting, which is why we offer a free 15-minute consultation. During this consultation, you’ll have the opportunity to talk to one of our therapists and ask any questions you may have about therapy for depression.
Our Online Depression Treatment Therapists
Depression can lead to a variety of symptoms in both mind and body, such as:
Feeling sad and weepy
Appetite patterns changing
Irritability and a short fuse
Increased anxiety feelings
Negative outlook on life (past, present, and future)
Feeling exhausted and tired all the time
Sense of worthlessness, accompanied by shame and self-criticism
Noticeable increase in indecisiveness
Not finding joy in things you used to find joy in
Body aches and pains that are not explained by something else
Suicidal Ideation or thoughts of death.
Depression can impact your mental health significantly, as well as your relationships, work, or school. Depression is often something you feel throughout your whole body, and it’s as though someone put a negative filter over your life. Depression Therapy can help you work through what is going on for you and gain coping tools and more insight about yourself as you navigate your depression.