Category Archives: depression psychologist

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

In cognitive-behavioral therapy cognition refers to thinking.  Therefore, it’s not the action of having a thought, but the content of the thought itself.  Our behavior is determined by our thoughts and perceptions to a great extent, and by the way we view ourselves and … Continue reading

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Postpartum Depression in Women

Postpartum depression can begin during the first four weeks after the birth of a child and it is far more severe than just “baby blues.” As new mothers try to cope with the wakeful nights, uneasy emotions, and other stresses … Continue reading

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Depression in Women

Psychologists tells us something important: women place a lot of importance on their closest relationships. Parents, relatives, spouses, children, and friends are key to women’s lives. Women value their relationships with these people and feel good about themselves when they … Continue reading

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