The new therapy could one day help improve symptoms by teaching self-compassion.
A new study shows social interactions can help ward off depression -- but only when they're in person.
It's possible that feeling sad can make the world appear more gray.
Therapists use this powerful strategy to challenge self-destructive beliefs.
Ramirez hopes that scientists will one day find a way to prevent depressive symptoms from occurring in the first place. "This
However, the researchers said their work opens up some exciting new possibilities for diagnosing depression and preventing