Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety & Mood

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How Can Psychotherapy Help?

Depending on the issue, our psychologists utilize the following evidence-based psychotherapies for anxiety and mood concerns with both adults and adolescents.

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  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) Baltimore
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Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT): Observing the futility of directing significant mental energy toward avoiding psychological pain, clients discover how essential this energy is to the pursuit of a fuller, more meaningful life – a life that fits with one’s deepest values and brings lasting contentment.

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  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Baltimore
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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Learning shortcuts to recognizing and refuting overly negative thinking patterns, clients revise (develop more positive, realistic thinking) their typical ways of viewing themselves, other people, and the world.

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Mindfulness: The client learns to adopt a state of mind that is focused on the present moment, rather than on past regrets or future worries, while cultivating a non-judgmental attitude toward oneself, others, and life.

 

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Interpersonal Therapy (IPT): The client resolves specific  ongoing interpersonal difficulties (interpersonal role disputes, role transitions, grief reactions, or interpersonal deficits) that are maintaining anxiety and mood symptoms.

Self-Assessments for Anxiety & Depression

If two or more of the following describe how your experiences nearly every day for at least the past two weeks, you would likely benefit from psychotherapy for anxiety or depression.

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Anxiety

I feel nervous, anxious, or tense.

I worry almost constantly.

I am unable to relax.

I am physically restless, unable to sit still.

I have experienced panic attacks (pounding heart, dizziness, nausea, and/or shaking, etc.)

I am irritable, easily agitated.

I avoid certain situations because they make me anxious.

 

Depression

I feel sad or irritable most of the day.

I find little interest or pleasure in aspects of life that used to bring me joy.

My weight or appetite has greatly increased or decreased (without dieting or intension).

I am physically restless or agitated.

I have little energy.

I feel incredibly guilty or worthless.

I experience difficulty concentrating, remembering things, or making decisions.

I see my future as hopeless

I have been thinking about death or dying.  (If so, seek immediate mental health treatment.)

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