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Clinical psychologists are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. They work with patients to develop a personalized treatment plan that takes into account their unique history, personality, and circumstances. Clinical psychologists typically have a doctoral degree in psychology. They may also have experience working in a public or private health care setting.
If you are seeking help for a mental health disorder, it is important to find a clinical psychologist who is experienced in treating that condition. Clinical psychologists usually have offices near you. You can use the map below to find an accredited clinical psychologist in your area.
How will Clinical Psychologists help you?
Learn healthy ways to cope
Your therapist will help you to understand your emotions more, and how to deal with difficult situations better. You’ll also learn skills that will be useful for when you’re feeling intense emotions.
Feel supported & cared for
Our therapists genuinely want to help you and always make sure that you feel like your voice is heard. You’ll never have to worry about feeling judged here–we create a safe space for you to express yourself openly.
See long-term improvements
Our therapists work to create positive, long-lasting changes rather than just temporary fixes. According to research, therapy can actually change the way your brain works, resulting in more permanent solutions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT assists people in understanding how deeply ingrained habitual patterns of thinking and responding to stress, depression, and anxiety may be preventing them from living the fulfilling life they deserve.
Licensed psychologists are highly trained mental health professionals who have assisted patients in recovering from depression. Several different approaches to psychotherapy have been shown to aid in the recovery of individuals suffering from depression, particularly those suffering from mild to moderate depression.
According to research, depression does not result from having too much or too little of certain brain chemicals. Instead, there are numerous potential causes of depression, such as faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, medications, and medical problems.
Yes! The conversations that take place during therapy are confidential. No information will be shared without your permission.
Depression not only makes a person feel sad and depressed; it can also permanently damage the brain, causing difficulties remembering and concentrating once the disease is gone. Up to 20% of angry patients never recover completely.