Month: March 2022

COVID-19 and Depression: A Psychodynamic Perspective on Symptom Formation Part I

The goal of this brief commentary is to provide you with a better understanding of what drives depression. I wanted to put this out there now because the relationship between the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and depression has been well documented and rates of depression have been on the rise. I would like to address …

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What is Causing my Depression? A Psychodynamic Perspective on How we Don’t Think

In an earlier commentary I spoke about the important and often times unrecognized role loss plays in depression. I detailed and began to discuss why some of us suffer from depression while others have a capacity to better tolerate everyday feelings of disappointment and sadness. I mentioned that the symptoms typically associated with depression are …

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