Therapy for Depression



Therapy offers a compassionate space to explore the roots of depressive thoughts and feelings. Through a warm and supportive process, our therapists will guide you in developing coping strategies, fostering mindfulness, and building resilience. Our approach is collaborative and aims to empower individuals to navigate the complexities of depression with understanding and self-compassion.

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Living with depression can feel like navigating through a dense fog that impacts every aspect of life, dimming joy and vitality. It’s waking up each day with a weight on your chest, feeling as though even the simplest tasks require an insurmountable effort. Treatment for depression involves a multifaceted approach tailored to your unique needs and experiences. In therapy, we’ll collaborate to explore the roots of your depression, develop coping skills, and cultivate a deeper understanding of yourself. Through compassionate support and evidence-based interventions, we’ll journey alongside you, illuminating the path toward more ease.

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a subtype of depression that typically occurs during certain seasons, most commonly in the fall and winter months when daylight hours are shorter. You may experience symptoms such as persistent sadness, fatigue, changes in appetite or weight, difficulty concentrating, and a lack of interest in activities you’ve once enjoyed. The experience of SAD can be like living under a dark cloud that follows you wherever you go, making it challenging to find motivation or pleasure in daily life. Treatment for SAD involves a blend of strategies tailored to brighten those darker moments. 

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Postpartum depression (PPD) is a mood disorder that affects some individuals after childbirth, typically within the first few weeks or months. It’s characterized by feelings of sadness, anxiety, and exhaustion that can make it challenging to care for oneself and the new baby. Symptoms may include difficulty bonding with the baby, changes in appetite or sleep patterns, irritability, and overwhelming feelings of guilt or worthlessness. Treatment for postpartum depression often involves a combination of approaches tailored to the individual’s needs. This may include therapy, such as interpersonal therapy, to address underlying thoughts and emotions. Medication, particularly antidepressants, may also be recommended in some cases, and we will coordinate care with your doctor or psychiatrist. We can support you in finding relief and joy in the journey of parenthood.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What Services Do You Offer?

We offer online and in-person individual and couples psychotherapy for individuals 18 and older.

How Long Are Sessions?

We offer 45 minute sessions.

How Often Do I See My Therapist?

We recommend weekly therapy, especially in the early stages of the psychotherapy process. During therapy, you and your therapist will collaborate on any adjustments to your schedule that may be beneficial for you.

How Do I Pay For Sessions?

We require clients to have a credit card on file, but payments can also be made with cash, your FSA, and debit cards.

Can I Use My Insurance To Pay For Therapy?

We are not in-network with any insurances but we can provide you with superbills to submit to your insurance for reimbursement if you have out-of-network benefits. Learn more here.

Do You Offer Sliding Scale?

We do our best to make psychotherapy accessible to therapy seekers. Learn more about our sliding scale here.

Can I Work With You If I Don't Live In New York?

At this time we only offer psychotherapy services to individuals residing in New York State.

How do I choose a therapist?

You’ve got options! 

  • Option 1: Go to our Team page and read through the therapist bios. Book a free 15 minute consultation or initial session with any therapist you’re interested in.
  • Option 2: Get matched with a therapist through a free 15 minute consultation with one of  our Founders
  • Option 3: Get matched with a therapist through our Therapist Matching typeform tab located on the right side of our website or through our contact form on our website

Here’s How It Works

Step 1.

Schedule and complete a phone consultation.

Step 2.

Complete our simple intake forms and schedule an initial session with your therapist.

Step 3.

Start your therapy journey.

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