In interpersonal therapy, a person steps out of unhealthy roles and learns new ways of relating to people and problems. It's most effective when depression results from a major life event or relationship difficulties, such as the death of a loved one, divorce or job loss. Over the course of therapy, a person works on improving self-awareness, resolving emotional conflicts and adjusting behavior.
There are significant differences between normal grieving and slipping into depression.
Learn to recognize the psychological and physical symptoms of anxiety.
A number of factors contribute to posttraumatic stress disorder following a frightening or upsetting event.