Depression Therapy in Union Square
Lead by Dr. Jonathan Fader, a leading NYC Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, and Dr. Michael Dulchin, a preeminent psychiatrist and professor at NYU, Union Square Practice has a team of therapists that can help you feel better. We are a group of warm, practical therapists that can assist you in getting past depression, anxiety or other challenges you are facing. We listen intently and give you solid strategy. Whatever your issue, we suspect you just want to feel better.
What is depression?
Depression is a psychological disorder where one may feel sad, hopeless, or “down” in a way that interferes with their life. While being sad and upset is a normal part of life, depression is a serious illness that may even adversely affect your physical health as well.
Major depressive disorder affects over 14 million people, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.
How do we treat depression?
Every patient who comes to Union Square Practice receives a treatment plan that is right for them. After evaluating your symptoms and their severity, we’ll create a plan that meets their individualized needs. That could include a variety of therapy styles we employ – such as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness therapy or psychodynamic therapy – medication management, or both.
Union Square Practice is unique in that we have highly trained psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychiatric nurse practitioners all under the same roof.
Just a few blocks away from Union Square at 817 Broadway, our office provides a warm and comforting environment for you to work with your therapist.
Schedule an appointment today.