Psychotherapies for Depression


Psychotherapy is categorised as a form of treatment of psychological, emotional and behavioural disorders in a form of sessions conducted by a trained professional.


Depression is a mood disorder characterised by a pervasively low/sad mood, social withdrawal and decreased sense of pleasure in activities that used to be fun before.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy aim of the therapy is to identify the negative thought patterns and modify your thinking distortions and strengthen your reaction system

Deal with depression

Have you been feeling sad for a long time?


Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) involves making the patients accept their negative thoughts and behaviours and validate themselves which helps them cope up.

Psychodynamic therapy

Also known as psychoanalysis, the approach deals with the depressive symptoms mainly caused by unresolved conflicts suppressed in the unconscious mind, especially from childhood.

Interpersonal therapy

Interpersonal therapy is mainly used for treating mild and moderate forms of depression. Identifying the triggers leading to depression is the core part of the therapy.

Subjective for all

Psychotherapies can work in customised ways and ensure emotional empowerment of the patient. Psychotherapeutic techniques are effective and are only to be administered by a trained and certified professional.