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Depression

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5 Ways of Overcoming Depression with CBT Techniques

While depression is one of the most common mood disorders, it can also be resistant to improvement through traditional talk therapy. While there are many ways that therapists can help their clients improve the symptoms of depression, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) offers some of the best results. CBT is based on the idea that our […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Is Summertime Seasonal Affective Disorder a Real Thing?

There’s an old country song with the lyric, “There ain’t no cure for the summertime blues.” Fortunately, this isn’t necessarily the case. While the summertime blues, or seasonal affective disorder as we call it in the therapy world, can be overwhelming and difficult to diagnose, there are some effective methods of addressing and mitigating the

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Benefits of Therapy for People with Developmental Disabilities

During the month of March, we observe Developmental Disabilities awareness month. The goal is to help raise awareness of and encourage greater levels of inclusivity, acceptance, and advocacy for people with developmental disabilities. As therapists, the Center for CBT in New York City team recognizes these awareness months, and we do our utmost to promote

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Depression & Quarter-Life Transition

When you think about quarter-life transitions, you likely relate this time to increased levels of stress and anxiety, and those are definitively big concerns during life transitions. However, there is also an increased risk for depression among young adults who are working through quarter-life transitions. In this blog, we’ll explore the correlation between depression and

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Can Bringing Faith into Therapy Help with Depression?

Depression can be a tricky condition to address. Traditional forms of counseling like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) have shown some success, but those who struggle with depression often experience reoccurrences of this condition throughout their lives. While everyone’s experience with depression is unique, many people with depression share a common struggle. They find it difficult

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Myth VS Reality of Big “T” and Little “t” Trauma

Talk about trauma seems to be pervasive these days. Discussions of trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and trauma recovery are even represented in the shows and movies we watch. While this representation is important to help people recognize signs that they’re struggling with trauma recovery, more representation also means more misrepresentation. The idea of big

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How Does CBT Help with Trauma Recovery?

Confronting and frightening life experiences can live inside the mind and body, showing up at the most unexpected times and leading to a whole new set of challenges. Trauma is tough. Whether people struggle with severe and life-threatening traumatic experiences, their traumatic experiences are rooted deep in childhood, or they’re dealing with an ongoing trauma

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How Does CBT Help with Depression?

Millions of people in the U.S. struggle with depression. Because depression is so prevalent, therapists have developed numerous approaches to help people manage the effects of depression, increase resilience, and maintain a greater sense of stability and peace from day to day. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one the most impactful forms of therapy used

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How To Support a Friend With Depression or Anxiety

This is such an important issue to tackle because people suffering from depression/anxiety often feel as if they are alone. Asking someone who is depressed how they are doing can be a gift to them as it shows them they matter to other people. When depressed/anxious our views of the world are internal, global and

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