Individuals with MDD experience either loss of interest in pleasurable activities and/or persistent sadness Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), often referred to as clinical depression, is a common mental health condition characterized by persistent feelings (at least two weeks) of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, and a range of emotional and physical symptoms.

Before seeing Taylor, I was struggling with OCD behavior, compulsive exercise, and learning how to cope with my past in a healthy way. He was very patient, understanding, and non-judgmental, which allowed me to uncover problems that were essentially being pushed aside. I used to get uncomfortable and self-conscious about discussing certain things that happened when I was younger, but the environment that he creates is very welcoming and I felt at ease when memories came to mind. He also asked me…
Anon, Edgebrook, Chicago