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Starting Depression counseling

What can counseling do for those who suffer with depression?

Depression counseling can help those with major depression, minor depression, postpartum depression, persistent depressive disorder, and more. The providers at Thriveworks in Ogden, UT will develop a unique treatment plan based on your specific experience, needs, and goals.

Is it worth going to therapy for depression?

It is absolutely worth going to therapy for depression — depression counseling helps people better manage their symptoms and get back to living happier lives again.

How does depression counseling work?

Depression counseling works by helping people pinpoint life problems, distorted thought patterns, and other causes of their depression, then process and work through them in order to mitigate the negative effects those factors have on their lives.

Signs of depression

Common signs of depression include:

  • Consistent low mood
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Oversleeping or difficulty sleeping
  • Changes in diet (eating much more or less)
  • Withdrawal and isolation
  • Feelings of guilt or worthlessness
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • Loss of interest in previous hobbies or activities
  • Excessive substance use

Is depression counseling conducted in person or online?

Thriveworks depression counseling in Ogden, UT is conducted both in person and online by video. We encourage you to choose the option that works best for you.

How often should you attend depression therapy sessions?

Depression counseling can last for a few weeks, months, or longer, dependent on the severity of one’s depression as well as their needs and preferences.

How much does depression counseling cost?

At Thriveworks, we take most major forms of insurance, which means that many of our clients only pay a $0-$50 co-pay per session. However, there are also self-pay options that sit around $200 per session, depending on the service and location, for those who are out-of-network.

Need more help deciding?

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He’s also suffered from depression. Johnson has spoken publicly about the pain and struggle of depression and how it can cause isolation and make minor tasks seem strenuous. He has also recognized the importance of acknowledging mental health concerns, encouraging others to open up and ask for help.

Depression does not discriminate and affects people from all walks of life. Fortunately, depressive disorders are highly treatable with the right professional care. Mental health professionals like psychologists, psychiatrists, and other therapists and counselors can diagnose, treat, and prevent various forms of depression.

If you can relate to the struggle faced by Dwayne Johnson or suspect another mood disorder is disrupting your life, it may be time to ask for help. At Thriveworks Counseling in Ogden, UT, our team of empathetic mental health care providers are eager to offer support and treatment options. Schedule your first appointment online or call our office for help getting started.

Common Forms and Symptoms of Depression

Depression is more than having a few blue days. It’s characterized by prolonged or recurring feelings of isolation and a lack of interest in things that once brought you joy. The word can also be an umbrella term for many mental illnesses that have unique causes and symptoms.

Common forms of depression include the following:

  • Major depressive disorder: The most well-known type of depression, MDD causes feelings of worthlessness, thoughts of self-harm, or changes in sleep, weight, and energy level.
  • Persistent depressive disorder: This mood disorder shares some common symptoms with MDD, but it is typically a chronic condition that lasts for at least two years. Feelings of depression can be mild, moderate, or severe.
  • Postpartum depression: Pregnancy causes significant hormone changes, affecting a pregnant person’s mental health. Postpartum depression can occur during pregnancy or after the birth of a child and make it difficult to relax, care for, or bond with your child.
  • Seasonal affective disorder: This condition causes depression, sleepiness, and weight changes during fall and winter months. Symptoms usually fade in the spring and summer. SAD is triggered by changes in sunlight and disrupts your body’s normal circadian rhythm.
  • Bipolar disorder: Characterized by severe mood swings and periods of depression followed by highly elevated moods (or mania), bipolar disorder can also cause unexplained aches, fatigue, irritability, and indecision.
  • Atypical depression: Someone experiencing atypical depression can exhibit signs like unhealthy eating habits, irregular sleep patterns, and emotional sensitivity, but may not fit other standard presentations of depression.

These mental health conditions share some common themes, but a proper diagnosis is necessary to understand exactly what you’re going through and what treatments may help. It’s normal to feel frightened or overwhelmed when experiencing depression symptoms. But you don’t have to face depression on your own –– help is available now at Thriveworks in Ogden, UT.

Treating Depression With a Multifaceted Approach

Licensed counselors and therapists generally use a combination of techniques to treat depression. If you seek help from a psychologist, board-certified psychiatrist, or other mental health professionals, you may encounter the following strategies:

  • Talk therapy: Also called psychotherapy, talk therapy sessions allow a client to talk about the challenges they’re facing. A counselor may use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help a client unlearn destructive thinking and behavior patterns.
  • Prescription medication: A board-certified psychiatrist can prescribe medications that help reduce depression symptoms and manage your condition long term.
  • Lifestyle changes: Toxic relationships, poor working conditions, and unsustainable habits can cause or worsen depression. Your provider may suggest changes to your social activity, exercise habits, and eating preferences.

Depression can be overwhelming, but we want you to know that support is available. Therapy for depression at Thriveworks can reignite your passion for life, enhance your mood, and improve your connections to loved ones.

Find a Therapist for Depression at Thriveworks in Ogden, UT

Depression doesn’t have to dictate your moods or behaviors. Schedule an appointment with a licensed mental health professional at Thriveworks Counseling in Ogden, UT today to begin making a positive change.

We offer appointments seven days a week, including morning and evening sessions. If you’re unable to attend sessions in person for any reason, online appointment opportunities are available via phone calls or video chat. You’ll also have access to your provider between sessions by phone or email.

Thriveworks accepts many different insurance plans and has text-message assistance for booking and billing. Additional perks include exclusive online video content and a free e-copy of “Leaving Depression Behind.”

There’s no need to wait. New clients can often connect with a counselor or therapist within 24-48 hours of reaching out to one of our counseling centers. Get started at Thriveworks in Ogden, UT now so you can get more out of what life has to offer. We look forward to meeting you.

Pricing & insurance

Our therapists accept most major insurances. We accept 585+ insurance plans, and offer self-pay options, too.
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Getting here

Thriveworks Counseling & Therapy Ogden is located on Lincoln Ave near the corner of Lincoln and E Harris St, just north of Costco and northeast of the Newgate Mall. We share a building with Empathetix, Warner Law Firm, and One Thousand Cranes Tattoo Studio, and we’re across the street from Grounded Soul Wellness and Cherry Bomb Salon. The closest bus stops to us are Wall Ave @ 3615 S and 36Th St @ 325 E.

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(541) 952-3281

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