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Common symptoms of depression include low mood, loss of interest in normal activities, trouble eating and sleeping, and decreased self-esteem. Therapy has been shown to be most effective at treating depression. Get help for depression today.

Online counseling for depression

We understand the devastating impact that depression can have on the whole family. Our highly-qualified counseling team has the knowledge and expertise to deliver tailored therapy to individuals and their loved ones.

Depression and anxiety are closely linked. If you, or a loved one, are feeling anxious as well as depressed, we can provide online counselling for anxiety and depression.

A dedicated therapist can help you overcome your depression and any co-occurring mental health problems so you will feel happier, healthier and more empowered. Send us a message to get help for depression today.

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Our online depression test will help you understand how depression is impacting your life.

What is depression?

If you have depression, you are not alone. It is one of the most common mental health conditions worldwide, affecting around 17 million US adults. Everyone feels sad and unhappy from time to time, but depression is different. It is a low mood that lasts for a long time and can have a debilitating impact on everyday life. When you are living with constant feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness, things may feel like they will never change. But you don’t have to live with depression. Our expert counselors are ready to support you with specialist online mental health counseling.

Common types of depression

There are several types of depression and the most common are listed below. If you, or a loved one, have any form of depression – or you are experiencing depression and anxiety – please get in touch and we can help.

Major depression is a severe form of depression and people experience symptoms most of the time. Also known as major depressive disorder.

Continuous mild depression that lasts for two years or more. It might not feel as intense as major depression but can still make life very difficult. People with this condition may also have bouts of major depression at times. Also known as chronic depression or dysthymia.

Depression that occurs at a particular time of year, or during a particular season. For most sufferers, it tends to happen during the winter. Also known as seasonal depression.

Situational depression is brought on by a traumatic event, such as the death of a loved one, serious illness, divorce or job loss. It is normal to feel sad when faced with a major life change but situational depression occurs when a person struggles to come to terms with it.

Depression that occurs during pregnancy. The condition makes the mother-to-be feel constantly sad for weeks or months. It can vary from mild to severe. Also known as antenatal depression and perinatal depression.

Depression that occurs anytime in the first year after giving birth. It can affect men and women. Symptoms include a persistent feeling of sadness, lack of energy and difficulty bonding with the baby.

Mental health services matched to your needs

Recognizing that you, or a loved one, is depressed is essential to getting the right support. Here are some of the main psychological and physical symptoms of depression:

Constantly feeling sad and gloomy

Irritable, agitated and restless

Dark moods or mood swings

Low self-esteem or feeling of inadequancy

Struggling to do normal activities

Lack of interest in things you used to enjoy

Feeling hopeless or helpless

Withdrawing from friends and family

Unable to feel joy, even at happy occasions

Thinking of harming yourself or others

Appetite or weight changes

Inability to concentrate or make decisions

Aching muscles and joints

Disrupted sleep (too much or too little)

Lack of energy

Chest pain

Headaches

Gastrointestinal problems

High blood pressure

Weakened immune system

Get help for depression

We can all feel out of sorts for a few days or weeks, but if you are feeling constantly depressed and it is negatively affecting your life, it is time to seek professional support. If you want to know how to help someone with depression, please get in touch. Our expert therapists can provide tailored online mental health counseling.

How it works

Therapy may seem daunting, especially if you have never had it before. But Kindbridge’s specialized approach means that you are guided through treatment and recovery from your first contact with us. 

Assess

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After you get in touch, we will book a call to discuss what treatment will be best tailored to you.

Organize

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Our intake specialist will match the right therapist for you, based on your needs and their specialties.

Start

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Begin your therapy sessions, and start your journey to healthier habits and a happier you.

 

Benefits of
Kindbridge

Our virtual therapy sessions are popular with clients for the following reasons:

Specialists

Highly trained and experienced counselors who understand mental health and well-being for gamers and gamblers.

Accessible

Online treatment, easily accessible from the comfort of your home. Programs tailored to your needs.

Flexible

Different therapeutic styles, including individual, couples, family and group therapy.

Quality Care

Commitment to treating overall mental health and well-being, not simply the gambling symptoms.

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Frequently asked questions

Kindbridge can remotely diagnose and treat qualified disorders that may arise from ill mental health, with a strong focus on gaming and gambling addiction, and allow you access to a treatment plan from the comfort of your own home.

We provide the highest quality, HIPAA compliant, virtual technologies for you to connect with qualified therapists in an organized, efficient manner, creating a virtual environment that drives successful outcomes, enabling you to stay balanced and healthy.

Our focus is on gambling and gaming addiction therapy, but we provide support across the whole spectrum of poor mental health.

Our network of therapists cover everything including anxiety, addiction, depression, eating disorders, PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), LGBTQ+ issues, and relationships. Joining the Kindbridge network, you’ll always be matched with a dedicated therapist who’s an expert for your particular complaint.

We do our best to create affordable care for everyone reaching out. We have cash pay options, insurance options, and in some cases, state assistance options, depending on where you live. Our list of accepted insurance providers is growing every week and our state by state coverage is expanding at a similar rate so there is a strong possibility that you may be able to use your insurance for treatment very soon, if not already.

For those wishing not to utilize their insurance for any reason, or you’re located in a state that we currently do not provide insurance coverage, the initial consultation is $185 and individual treatment sessions are $150 per/hr. We accept all major credit cards. Talk to your therapist about Group and Family Therapy options.

Yes! Our network relies on licensed therapists to provide the highest-quality therapy service we can possibly provide.

We handselect the very best therapist to provide on-demand services for our patients. While it isn’t necessary, we prefer our therapists to also hold a gambling and/or gaming treatment certificate.

All therapists are either LCSWs (Licensed Clinical Social Workers), LMFTs (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists), or LPCs (Licensed Professional Counselors).

We have a strict no refund policy for appointments cancelled less than 48 hours in advance. Payment is collected at time of booking and will be refunded within 5 to 7 business days assuming you cancel more than 48 hours in advance.

Our list of accepted insurance providers is growing every week and our state by state coverage is expanding at a similar rate so there is a strong possibility that you may be able to use your insurance for treatment very soon, if not already.

We’re here to answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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