Online Depression Therapy

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Depression is a common mental health condition that often goes undiagnosed or untreated. At Modern Recovery Services, we offer online therapy for depression that is easy and convenient for you. 

You can speak to an online psychologist from the comfort of your own home. This is helpful for people who battle depression because sometimes, just getting out of bed is a battle. Knowing you won’t have to drive to a different place can help ease your mind. 

Our online therapy can help in the following ways:

  • You can learn coping skills that can help prevent relapses
  • You can address psychological conditions – like depression – and address any trauma you’ve experienced
  • You can learn how to live a healthy lifestyle
  • You can learn how to resolve relationship conflicts
  • We provide structure and accountability
  • You have a personal recovery coach available 24/7
  • Online therapy costs less than in-person therapy
  • We offer individual and group sessions

What is Online Depression Therapy?

Depression is a type of disorder that affects your mood. It can cause feelings of sadness and make you lose interest in everyday activities. 

Oftentimes, these feelings will last for long periods of time. Depression can affect the way you feel, think, and act. 

There are several types of depression. Those include:

  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Persistent Depressive Disorder
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Premenstrual Depression
  • Seasonal Affective Depression
  • Atypical Depression

Depression is not JUST sadness. And it doesn’t go away on its own. It often needs long-term, professional treatment. 

Most of the time, depression treatment is two-fold: therapy and medication. Online depression therapy is a lot like in-person therapy. 

The online therapist will likely take this two-faceted approach. Except, you will be in the comfort of your own home. 

Online depression therapy is a simple process. You will meet with a psychologist, counselor, or therapist on a device with wifi and video capabilities. 

Your therapist will discuss what challenges you have that day or week. You will talk about how you feel and if you have had any highs or lows. 

You can also discuss anything that has a bigger impact on your depression.

At Modern Recovery Services, your comfort is our goal. We want you to be with a therapist who can help you feel at ease when talking to them. They will take time to get to know you and develop a treatment plan that is just right for you. 

Our online depression counseling services include: 

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Evidence-Based Online Treatment

Modern Recovery Services uses modern, evidence-based treatment options to treat depression. There are several options that can work for you depending on your diagnosis and the situation you’re in.

Interpersonal Therapy

This type of therapy is you and your therapist working together to discover interpersonal problems that could be causing depression. It will also focus on the conflict in relationships that could be causing distress or tension and major life changes. All of these things could affect the way you feel about yourself, other people, loss, and how you approach relationships.

Psychoanalytic Therapy

This therapy looks at depression more in-depth. Your online therapist will use talk therapy to examine your feelings, reactions, and thought patterns. Bringing these to the forefront can help you learn how to better control behaviors and emotions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

This therapy will help you change the way you think. It will help you see negative patterns that can help you change your behaviors. You can also learn new coping skills with this therapy.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a type of CBT. It helps you find a balance between acceptance and change. This therapy focuses on four skills: interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, mindfulness, and distress tolerance. DBT can help someone with depression manage their painful emotions and develop coping skills.

Exposure Therapy

Another form of CBT, this therapy can help if depression is due to PTSD, phobias, or a major life-altering event. This involves reliving the event over and over. This helps you get to the place of recognizing that it will not cause you fear or grief all the time. It also helps with memories stored up that make people feel like they are a failure, defective and worthless, which can be types of phobias.

Interpersonal Therapy

This type of therapy is you and your therapist working together to discover interpersonal problems that could be causing depression. It will also focus on the conflict in relationships that could be causing distress or tension and major life changes. All of these things could affect the way you feel about yourself, other people, loss, and how you approach relationships.

Psychoanalytic Therapy

This therapy looks at depression more in-depth. Your online therapist will use talk therapy to examine your feelings, reactions, and thought patterns. Bringing these to the forefront can help you learn how to better control behaviors and emotions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

This therapy will help you change the way you think. It will help you see negative patterns that can help you change your behaviors. You can also learn new coping skills with this therapy.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a type of CBT. It helps you find a balance between acceptance and change. This therapy focuses on four skills: interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, mindfulness, and distress tolerance. DBT can help someone with depression manage their painful emotions and develop coping skills.

Exposure Therapy

Another form of CBT, this therapy can help if depression is due to PTSD, phobias, or a major life-altering event. This involves reliving the event over and over. This helps you get to the place of recognizing that it will not cause you fear or grief all the time. It also helps with memories stored up that make people feel like they are a failure, defective and worthless, which can be types of phobias.

“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

Counseling and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Depression is often found among people who have substance abuse disorder. 

Many times, mental health disorders can go undiagnosed or untreated. This leaves a person feeling like they need to escape their thoughts and feelings. 

Oftentimes, drugs and alcohol provide them with a temporary escape. 

When a mental health condition and a substance addiction present together, this is a dual diagnosis or a co-occurring disorder. 

We see many patients here at Modern Recovery Services. Approximately half of the clients we work with have a co-occurring disorder. 

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If you struggle with depression, there may be a big chance that you struggle with a substance addiction. People with depression may be looking for something to make their mood better. This can include alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines, and barbiturates. 

It used to be a common practice to treat substance abuse before addressing mental health like depression. There have been many changes made in this thinking. Treatment is more effective when they are treated at the same time. 

When you meet with your online depression counselor, you will discuss your history of substance abuse. It is vitally important to be honest about any substance usage when discussing this. 

If there are any other mental health conditions that you struggle with, such as anxiety or PTSD, your therapist needs to know this. This will help them know the right path of treatment for you.