Depression Therapy in Bucks County, PA

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Because It’s Different For Everyone

Even though depression is one of the most common mental health disorder, everyone experiences it differently. Some days you feel more like yourself, while other days you can barely get out of bed.

No matter how you experience your sadness, at Ally Psychological Services, your concerns will always be taken seriously. We understand that your sadness is very real, and we want to help you to start feeling better.

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How Can Depression Therapy Help?

Everything feels more challenging when you’re dealing with depression. Going to work, socializing with friends, or even just getting out of bed can feel like a struggle.

Together, we are going to figure out what is causing your depression. Not just when it happens, but we are going to address why it’s happening. Through depression counseling, we’re also going to work together to help you develop tools and skills that are not only effective, but also practical for your everyday life.

Together, we will figure out what does and doesn’t work for you so that you can get back to feeling comfortable and confident, no matter the situation you’re in.

Call us today to find out more about how you can make sure depression stops controlling you.

Am I “Depressed Enough” To Benefit From Depression Therapy?

There is no such thing as needing a certain amount of depression to come to therapy. If you’re uncomfortable and want to work on feeling better, giving us a call and starting therapy is a smart choice. After all, if you’re on this site, it’s safe to say you know things need to change. It also means that you’re taking the first step to start feeling better…which is awesome.

Depression does a lot of pretty awful things to the body and brain. Some pretty common signs of depression are low energy, irritability, not wanting to do things you know you enjoy, and isolating yourself. Give us a call and tell us what’s on your mind, let’s talk about how we can help you.

Speak With Someone That Can Help

If you or a family member struggle with depression, Ally Psych will provide you with the right mental health resources to treat the problem.

Attend your depression therapy session in-person at our comfortable Bucks County office or a simple, secure, video therapy call.

Frequently Asked Questions on Depression Therapy

Depression Therapy is counseling specifically designed to help individuals experiencing depression (Major Depressive Disorder) or even bouts of deep sadness. Our trained and licensed therapists use a variety of specialized skills to help you overcome your sadness and depression so that you can live a fuller life and get back to the best version of yourself.
Therapy for Depression works by you and your local licensed therapist coming together, usually once per week, to discuss your feelings of depression, sadness, and how you are handling it all. You and your therapist will come up with a plan to help you navigate the negative feelings and thoughts that often come along with depression. Over the course of treatment, you and your therapist will help you develop realistic and effective coping skills so that you can better navigate these moments of sadness in the future.
Therapy for Depression is needed when you’ve realized that you’ve been feeling more sad or “down” than you typically have been and want to get back on a happier and lighter path. Sometimes, people feel sad for a long time before they call, while others call at the first signs of sadness or a depressive episode. Some people may not even notice a change in their behaviors, but family and friends do. So, if you or those you care about notice a change, therapy for depression can help.
Unfortunately, there is no way to know how long someone will be in therapy for depression (or other concerns). Instead, there are a lot of factors that can make the process to healing and feeling better go faster or slower.
Therapy for Depression is right for you if you’ve been feeling depressed or sad and want to start working towards feeling happier. If you’ve been feeling “down” or unmotivated recently, it may be helpful to talk to one of our local licensed therapists to get back to feeling like the best version of yourself.

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