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Olympia Depression Therapy

At Anchor Light Therapy Collective, we are committed to providing holistic online depression therapy services tailored for our clients in Olympia, WA. We understand that overcoming depression can be immensely daunting and might not even seem possible, but we’re here to show you it can be done. Our team of expert therapists has guided countless clients through the darkness of depression into the light of a brighter and happier life. We’d be honored to help you along that same journey. Reach out to Anchor Light today to discuss how we can create a unique process for treating and managing your depression.

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Online Olympia Depression Therapy From the Comfort of Home

The advent of online therapy has provided so many individuals with the flexibility, convenience, and comfort of accessing professional mental health services from the sanctity of their homes. Our virtual therapy services remove the barrier of distance for Olympia clients so you can receive the consistent treatment you need.

Research has consistently demonstrated that online therapy can be as effective as traditional in-person sessions, allowing individuals to engage in meaningful remote conversations and therapeutic practices without losing any of the incredible benefits. In fact, many of our clients find virtual sessions less intimidating than in-person sessions, allowing them to open up more readily and experience even more profound healing than they may have in our Seattle office.

What is Depression?

Depression is a common and serious pervasive mood disorder characterized by persistent sadness, loss of interest, anxiety, and other symptoms that can significantly impact one’s daily life. It can also arise with co-occurring conditions like ADHD. It affects how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working. There are various types of depression, including:

  • Major Depression: Severe depressive symptoms that can interfere with one’s ability to function.
  • Persistent Depression: A long-term form of depression, sometimes less severe but lasting for years.
  • Bi-Polar Depression: Marked by mood episodes ranging from depressive lows to manic highs.
  • Prenatal Depression: Depression symptoms occurring during pregnancy.
  • Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: Severe form of PMS, often with depressive symptoms.
  • Postpartum Depression: Depression symptoms after childbirth.
  • Dysthymia: A chronic form of depression similar to persistent depression.
  • Seasonal Affect Disorder: Depression that typically occurs during specific seasons, often winter.

Our Therapists Are Trained in Various Depression Treatment Methods

At Anchor Light Therapy Collective, we emphasize a comprehensive approach to treating depression. Together with your therapist, you’ll craft a treatment plan that resonates with your unique needs. Our goal is to guide you past depression towards a life filled with meaning and joy. Our tailored therapeutic offerings include:

  • Individual talk therapy: A one-on-one counseling approach that involves direct interaction between the therapist and the client. Effective for most types of depression, including major and persistent depression.
  • Trauma-focused talk therapy: Specifically targets and addresses traumatic experiences that might be underlying causes of depression. Ideal for those dealing with depression stemming from traumatic events.
  • Hypnotherapy: A therapeutic technique to create altered states of consciousness for healing. Beneficial for those struggling with persistent and major depression, as well as specific traumas.
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing): This technique effectively treats trauma by allowing patients to reprocess traumatic memories in a safe environment. Suitable for those with trauma-related depression.
  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy): A therapy type that focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviors. It is commonly recommended for major, persistent, and bipolar depression.
  • CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy): A specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy that helps patients process traumatic events and change how they feel about them. Effective for treating trauma-based depressive symptoms.
  • Couples Therapy: Many of our clients who struggle with depression are not doing so in isolation, and it can have a detrimental effect on our relationships. We often recommend couples therapy to heal the damage caused by this challenging disorder.

Olympia Depression Therapy Pricing

Embarking on therapy is a journey toward healing and personal growth. While it’s an invaluable experience, it’s also a commitment in terms of time and resources. For those ready to embrace this transformative journey, here are the financial details:

Standard individual session
(50 minutes) $175

Allow Us To Guide You From The Darkness of Depression

Your therapeutic journey with Anchor Light Therapy Collective means embracing a path prioritizing your mental well-being above all else. We understand that each individual’s experience with depression is unique, and our approach is tailored to meet you where you are. Our dedicated professionals are equipped with the knowledge, compassion, and skills to support you every step of the way. With the proper guidance, tools, and commitment, it’s possible to reclaim joy, purpose, and fulfillment in life.

Don’t let depression cast a shadow over your potential any longer. Schedule a complimentary consultation with us today, and together, let’s chart your course toward healing and rediscovery.


We do not participate with any insurance panels. Anchor Light Therapy Collective is considered an out-of-network provider. 

As a courtesy to any individual clients who wish to utilize their insurance benefits, We are happy to verify your out-of-network plan benefits to tell you what portion, if any, may be covered by your health insurance provider. 

Out of Nework Insurance Options