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Therapy for Depression in Toronto, On

Depression is a severe illness that affects your feelings, thoughts, mood, physical health, and behaviour that has times of relapses and remission. 

When you're depressed, you may feel like there's no way out and no matter what you try nothing seems to work. 

It isn’t a personal weakness and it's not something you can ignore, if left untreated, depression can impair your ability to perform day-to-day tasks.

There is no one cause of depression, it can be different for everyone. So during treatment for depression we will take time to identify the cause and work together on processing the feelings that come up and develop new ways of coping.

If you're ready to start feeling better, please reach out.


You can schedule a free 20-minute consultation call here

Depression negatively impacts how you think, feel and act. It is more than just feeling sad or down because of a loss or due to the struggles of life.

Here are some common signs of Depression:

1. Persistent sad, anxious or "empty" mood: Feeling empty, hopeless and losing interest in things that were once enjoyable.

2. Difficulty sleeping, or oversleeping: Either having trouble falling asleep at night, waking up too early, or sleeping more than usual.

3. Feelings of guilt or worthlessness: Feeling overwhelmingly guilty, helpless or having a sense of inadequacy about oneself.

4. Loss of interest in activities once enjoyed: Disinterest or disengagement from activities that were once enjoyable such as hobbies or social interactions.

5. Fatigue, loss of energy: Feeling extremely tired, slowed down, or difficulty in carrying out day-to-day activities.

6. Changes in appetite or weight: Significant changes in appetite or weight, either overeating or loss of appetite results in drastic weight gain or weight loss.

7. Difficulty concentrating, indecisiveness: Difficulty making decisions or concentrating on daily activities, and this increases sense of worthlessness.

8. Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide: Repeatedly thinking about death or suicide and, creating plans, or attempting suicide.

9. Irritability and restlessness: Having frequent mood swings or getting easily annoyed at anyone or anything, feeling restless and generally on edge.

10. Physical symptoms: Physical symptoms like headaches, stomachaches, and body aches.

Depression is a common mental health condition that can impact nearly every area of functioning. Coping with depression can be difficult to manage on your own.

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