Depression/Mood Disorders

Many people may feel uncomfortable about certain aspects of their appearance. However, if you’re overly focused on certain flaws and it gets in the way of living a well-adjusted life, you may be suffering from BDD. Some common symptoms are:

Lack of interest and pleasure in your usual activities

Feeling sluggish or restless

Changes in appetite or weight, changes in sleep

Increased irritability

Difficulty concentrating

Excessive feelings of guilt

Crying spells and sadness

Thoughts about hurting or killing yourself

How We Can Help:
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Depression/Mood Disorders

Symptoms of depression can range from mild to severe but in all cases you’re going to have trouble functioning like you would like. We will help make a diagnosis about the type of mood-related problem you’re experiencing so we can tailor our treatment for your specific needs.


We use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat depression. CBT was originally developed for treating depression and is the most effective form of therapy. We will work on challenging your beliefs about yourself, the world, and the future. Behaviorally, our goal is to get you moving! We will work on creating an activity schedule, also known as behavioral activation. Let’s work on getting you back on track.

Cognitive Tools

Challenging your beliefs about the yourself, the world, and the future

Behavioral Tools

Changing behaviors in the form of behavioral activation like making and following a daily activity schedule


Incorporating mindfulness exercises 

Anxiety and Depression Association of America


Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies