Can Therapy Cure Depression? 

“Depression is a disorder that develops from environmental and biological issues that are unique to each person. Misinformation about mental illness shames and discriminates those suffering with depression from getting professional help.”
Deborah Serani, PsyD

A recent study shows that there has been an increase in the reported cases of depression. Based on the findings of experts, more people have suffered or are suffering from the adverse effects of depression. A quick look at the statistics of different countries would reveal that a lot of these depressed individuals have decided to take their own lives. All this information tells us one thing: depression is dangerous.  

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Now that we have established how depression is a serious issue, it is time to talk about one of the effective methods on how to deal with it. Fortunately, there have been some professionals who claim that this mental condition can be solved by therapy. “It can help people develop and foster passion, productivity, and balance in their lives,” said psychotherapist Chris Boyd, MA about therapy. This is the main reason why BetterHelp exists. The website is ready to assist people with mental health issues through their online talk therapy sessions.

The next question to raise is: How can therapy treat this mental health issue? These are the answers: 

 

It Can Improve Relationships 

 

The more a person goes to a therapy session, the better it is for him. When he continues to participate in the meetings with a therapist, he will be able to see what is causing his problems. He will realize how important it is to build relationships with others.  

 

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Once this happens, the said individual will start to reach out to the people who matter to him. In the long run, it could lead to recovery from depression. Take note that having solid friends and close ties with family are significant when it comes to dealing with a depressed person. 

 

It Can Eliminate Stress