What
Where

Depression Therapy

Depression can look different in different people, but generally speaking, the defining symptoms of depression are feelings of sadness, emptiness, or low mood that lasts for two weeks or more. Symptoms can also include lack of energy, lack of interest in activities one once enjoyed, physical symptoms of pain, exhaustion, restlessness, sleep deprivation, and trouble with concentration and possibly suicidal thoughts. Certainly not all of these symptoms may be felt by someone struggling with depression, but any one of them is certainly cause for concern.

Results For Depression Therapists

See Filters

Rachelle Bloksberg LMFT

  • Online therapy for Couples, Families, Adults, Teens and Pre-teens

  • You’re not sure what to do. You want a better life. We can explore your hopes to find possibilities & help you live a richer, more fulfilling life.
cat-icon 578 Sutton Place, Auburn, CA, USA
cat-icon 418 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, USA

Danielle Peters LMFT

  • I support parents of neurodiverse kids and kids with high medical needs

Heather Woodford, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCS # 86979

  • Bring your WHOLE SELF - you deserve therapy that meets you exactly where you are at! Sex-positive, B

  • Non-judgmental, in-person & video conference therapy, based in Sacramento, CA.

Michelle Saxton

  • Specializes in working with children and adolescents

cat-icon 1430 Blue Oaks Boulevard, Roseville, CA, USA

Life Calibrations Counseling

  • A teletherapy group practice for adults, teens, and parent support

  • Our clinical team lead by Becky O'Toole, LCSW RPT-S specializes in self compassion. We all need help at times caring for ourself as much as others.
cat-icon 3436 American River Drive, Sacramento, CA, USA

Relationship Therapy Center

  • Helping couples, families, and individuals succeed

  • Couples, individual, child and families in Roseville and Fair Oaks
cat-icon 300 Harding Blvd, Suite 211, Roseville, CA, USA

Steve DeBenedetti-Emanuel, LMFT

  • I see a wide variety of people, but my particular areas of interest are 6-12th graders and their parents. I also see adults and have a men's group.