Anxiety and Depression Services in Boston, MA
Telehealth Only: For ultimate convenience, all sessions will be conducted virtually
Mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression have serious negative implications on a person’s quality of life. Yet, only 36.9 percent of those suffering from anxiety and 50 percent of those with depression in the United States seek treatment. At best, these conditions are responsible for interfering in one’s daily life, causing the person to suffer greatly and function poorly in their school or work environment. At worst, these conditions can lead to self-harm or even suicide. If you’re battling with anxiety and depression in Amesbury, Boston, or the surrounding areas, you don’t have to suffer quietly. Reach out to the mental health professionals at Psychotherapy Associates of Amesbury!
Psychotherapy Associates of Amesbury has years of experience helping children, young adults, and adults suffering from mental health conditions. Our team consists of clinical psychologists, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW), and Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) who have been licensed to practice in the state of Massachusetts. Collectively, we’ve seen tremendous improvement in patients who’ve undergone our cognitive behavioral therapy and other treatments.
We understand that anxiety and depression affect people in different ways, which is why we take a personalized approach to patient care. When meeting with new patients, our team utilizes a program of data collection and history taking to analyze their individual cases. By taking into account what they types of counseling or medications they’ve tried, what worked, what didn’t, etc. we can build a more comprehensive treatment plan to deliver life-long results.
Managing your anxiety disorder, mood disorder, or clinical depression is possible, and it begins with finding the right provider. Schedule a virtual appointment with one of our specialists to learn more about counseling services and treatment options for anxiety and depression in greater Boston, MA.