Depression and Anxiety
 
Feeling depressed and/or anxious is incredibly common in our daily lives, especially as hard-working Washingtonians. The societal stress we experience based on our contexts, such as race, class, sex and gender, and ability, furthers the ways in which we can internalize anxiety and depression.

You may have noticed feelings of hopelessness or worry have become exacerbated since the pandemic. You might identify as having a diagnosis of depression and/or anxiety. Or, you may just have a sense of feeling down or stressed and are unsure how to break through these emotions. Whatever the case may be for you, we’re here to help you to identify what this means for you and how to move forward.
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