Conditions ETT® Treats: Depression
Depression is a serious medical condition that affects millions of people around the world. While there are many different treatments available, emotional transformation therapy (ETT®) is a promising option that is effective in treating depression.
ETT® is a form of energy psychology that uses specific eye movements and patterns to help release emotions that are trapped in the body. This type of therapy is successful in treating a variety of mental health conditions, including depression. One of the benefits of ETT® is that it is a relatively short-term treatment option. Most people only need a few sessions to see significant improvements in their symptoms. Additionally, ETT® is a non-invasive treatment that does not require medication.
If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, emotional transformation therapy may be a helpful treatment option. Find an ETT® therapist near you today!
What is Depression?
Depression is a mood disorder that can cause a person to feel persistent sadness and loss of interest in activities. Depression affects how a person feels, thinks, and behaves, and can lead to physical health problems. There are different types of depression, and they can vary in severity. Some people may have just a few symptoms, while others may have more severe symptoms that affect their ability to function in daily life.
A depression diagnosis requires a thorough evaluation. Grief may feel like depression but is often different. Depression may be the cause or the effect of a dysfunctional marriage or family. Anxiety can produce depressive symptoms which means that the actual issue is anxiety, not depression. Illness or physical pain may be the cause or the consequence of depression. In many of these cases, treatment might focus on grief, marital discord, or relief of medical distress instead of depression. Correcting the cause of the problem will likely end the depressive consequences.
What Are the Symptoms of Depression?
Depression is a mental health condition that can cause a range of symptoms, including low mood, fatigue, poor concentration, and feelings of worthlessness. While it is normal to experience some of these symptoms from time to time, if they persist for more than two weeks and start to interfere with your everyday life, it may be indicative of depression. Common depression symptoms include:
Loss of Energy
Feelings of worthlessness
Diminished Ability to Think
Recurrent Thoughts of Death or Dying
Chronic Sadness or Having No Feelings at All
If you think you may be depressed, it is important to seek professional help. A mental health professional can help you diagnose your condition and create a treatment plan that is right for you.
How is Depression Treated?
ETT has been shown to be exceptionally effective in treating depression. Emotional transformation therapy (ETT®) focuses on helping the person identify and reduce or eliminate the triggers that contribute to their depression.
ETT® can be a preferred treatment for depression because it can resolve feelings of depression very rapidly, without prescribing drugs. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, consider seeking out ETT® as a treatment option.
Treatment of depression is individualized using ETT®. Some depression cases can be changed within a single session while others may take as long as fifteen sessions. However, the vast majority of people are relieved within a brief series of sessions. If the symptoms for which medications were prescribed are alleviated, the elimination of medication is often appropriate and should be guided by a physician. However, clients should likely continue counseling until all the medication is eliminated to ensure long-term relief of depression.
Find an ETT® Therapist Near You
ETT® is a powerful modality of therapy that is showing great promise in the treatment of depression. If you think that ETT® may be a good fit for you, the first step is to find a qualified therapist who specializes in this type of therapy. View our ETT® Therapist Directory today to get started!