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A job loss isn’t always the easiest thing for people to cope with, especially during a time of a global pandemic. Of course, you’re not alone, as there are over 40 million other people in the nation who are out of work, and many needing to depend on unemployment benefits. There’s a correlation between job loss and depression, and an even higher correlation the longer one is without a job. It’s no wonder that we’re seeing more emotional distress, including depression.

Healthline explains how treatment with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, focusing on addressing moods, thoughts, and behaviors, can benefit those suffering from depression by creating daily routines, setting reasonable goals, developing an exercise or activity regime, etc.

For more examples of how CBT can be used to combat depression see

See also our fact sheet on depression 

And, if you think you’re ready to talk to a CBT therapist, we can help

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