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We also treat relationship break-ups, anger, post-traumatic stress disorder, loss and grief, and many other problems.

Dr. Lynn R. Mollick and Dr. Milton C. Spett - founders of leaders of the New Jersey Associaton of Cognitive Behavior Therapists

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression

Symptoms of Depression

  • Feeling sad or "blue," crying
  • Loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable
  • Pessimism, thinking there's nothing good in the future
  • Low energy, fatigue
  • Irritability, difficulty concentrating or remembering
  • Procrastination, trouble making decisions
  • Increases or decreases in appetite
  • Insomnia or sleeping more than usual
  • Thoughts of death, feeling like a failure, low self-esteem

Three Beliefs that Cause Depression

  1. Viewing your past as a failure.
  2. Viewing yourself as inadequate or worthless
  3. Viewing the future as hopeless

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression

We'll help you to change these three beliefs about yourself.

We'll help you to develop a plan for getting out of bed, getting out of the house, and becoming involved with people and activities you'll find rewarding.

Our goals are to help you overcome your depression, increase your joy in living, and protect you from future depressions.

Call us at 908-276-3888

Cognitive Behavioral Psychologists of New Jersey
1150 Raritan RoadCranford, New Jersey
Opposite Friendly's RestaurantOne mile from GSP exits 135 and 136