Depression is the second most common mental health issue in the United States with 21.0
million (or 8.4%) American adults experiencing a depressive episode in 2020. Additionally, for a variety of reasons, depression can be challenging for clinicians to work with effectively. I
personally believe that depression is too complex and dynamic of an experience to effectively treat with any one modality alone. This podcast explores the role of Contemplative Psychotherapy in the treatment of depression. I am also attempting to define and articulate my personal understanding of depression and my personal orientation to working clinically with depression as a therapist.
Mental health issues, including depression, can have an impact on relationships. I work with couples where one or both people are experiencing depression. For information on couples therapy in Broomfield, CO. To schedule a free 20-minute consultation contact me.
About the Author
Diana Calvo is a Denver couples therapist. She provides professional support to couples in all stages of relationship and has experience working with the many difficult issues couples are faced with. Diana offers premarital counseling, couples therapy, discernment counseling, and divorce counseling services to Boulder, CO and Denver, CO. All gender identities, sexual orientations, and relationship styles are welcome.