What is Depression?
Depression (also known as depressive disorder) is mood disorder that negatively affects how you feel and act. Sufferers of depression may show a lack of interest in life and feel low for long periods of time. Whilst, at times, most people get sad as a reaction to the many challenges that life throws at us, clinical depression does not go away. When the feeling continues for days and months, it could be a sign that it is depression.
Symptoms can include: a sad mood that lasts for longer than usual, trouble sleeping or too much sleep, feelings of worthlessness, changes of appetite, a loss of interest in activities that were previously enjoyed and thoughts of suicide and death.
Fortunately, depression is a treatable condition, and given that it is common is society, there has been lots of research conducted on the best ways to treat individuals with the disorders.
Online Depression Therapy
Here at Counselling Psychology Online, we are trained counsellors and therapists. We offer online therapy for depression for those referred from Private Healthcare Insurance and self-funded indiviuals. If you think you or a loved one might be suffering from depression, please contact us for a free 15-minute consultation.
Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07584 328192 for any other questions, or to find out more about 0r Online Depression Counselling today.
How do I get assessed for Depression?
Get in touch with Counselling Psychology Online by emailing email@example.com or calling 07584 328192. The next step would be to book you in for a free 15-minute consultation where we will discuss your symptoms and take it from there…
I have been referred by my private healthcare insurance to receive therapy for my depression, which insurers do Counselling Psychology Online work with?
We are registered providers of counselling for depresion with Aviva, AXA PPP, Bupa, Cigna HealthCare, Vitality Health and WPA Healthcare. Please do ask if you are covered by alternative insurance provider as some require patient details before we are able to register with them.
How many sessions of Depression therapy will I require?
In all honesty, there is no correct answer to this question. Some indiviuals will require 6 sessions, and some will need 30 – everyone’s condition is indiviual and each treatment plan will be bespoke to the requirements of each client. After your initial 15 minute phone consultation, we should be able to make a good judgement on how many sessions we think you will require and we will ensure that this is adapted according to how much progress is being made.
Do you have questions?
It's not unusual to have questions about what type(s) of therapy may be suitable for you.
We're here to help. Please don't hesitate to get in touch so we can discuss what might help you.
Types of Therapy
Coping with Depression with Counselling Psychology Online
Here at Counselling Psychology Online, we provide bespoke online therapy for those suffering with Depression.