264 million people around the globe, regardless of age, suffer from depression. It is a common mental disorder worldwide and raising awareness is the key to approach the burden of this disease. Depression is treatable if mental help and counseling are sought right away.

If not, it can greatly affect a person’s performance at work, school, and put strains on relationships. Worse, if depression is left untreated it can lead to suicidal thoughts. Did you know that 800,000 people in the world commit suicide every day due to depression? That is why raising awareness about depression and overcoming the stigma of seeking mental help is important.

What to Expect

Here at Kentucky Counseling Center (KCC), our team of mental health providers offer Depression Counseling to the community of Covington, KY, and the nearby areas. Know more about depression, its signs, and how the Depression Counseling of KCC can help you or a loved one overcome depression.

What Is Depression?

Depression in simple terms is a mental health condition that can negatively affect how a person feels, thinks, and acts. In short, a depressed individual may feel sad all the time and loses interest in doing daily tasks. Depression can affect a person physically, emotionally, and mentally.

What Causes Depression?

Depression is caused by more than one reason. It’s a pent-up of overwhelming emotions due to life challenges and stress. The common reasons why a person can become depressed are:

  • Death of a loved one
  • Work-related problems
  • Overwhelming school work
  • Loss of employment
  • Income-related difficulties
  • Traumatic childhood experiences
  • Traumatic events (like a car accident or war such as in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Relationship problems
  • Poor coping mechanisms
  • Unhealthy suppression of anger
  • Life-threatening diseases (such as the diagnosis of COVID-19 or cancer)
  • Hormonal problems
  • Alcohol and illegal drugs abuse

Symptoms: How Do You Know If You Are Depressed?

The symptoms of depression can manifest in many ways. Males and females may show it differently. Children, teens, and young adults may show symptoms in a different way. Not all these symptoms may show, it is different for everyone. This list can give you an idea if you’re experiencing depression or help detect if a loved one is going through it.

General Symptoms:

  • Feeling sad most of the time for two weeks or more
  • Loss of interest in activities enjoyed before
  • Low libido or loss of sexual appetite
  • Eating disorders (binge eating or loss of eating appetite)
  • Weight gain or weight loss
  • Changes in sleeping patterns (unable to sleep or oversleeping)
  • Feeling physically weak or lack energy
  • Having difficulties in concentrating, thinking, and making decisions
  • Suicidal thoughts

When to Seek Professional Help When Feeling Depressed

The best answer to this question is: It is time to seek help from mental health professionals when you feel depressed and it’s starting to affect eating, sleeping, and behavior patterns. If the depression starts to affect work, school, relationships, and everyday functioning, it’s not healthy. Receiving the appropriate counseling, psychiatry, or therapy is the fastest way to get past depression. If you’re from Covington, KY or the nearby areas, you can get it here at KCC.

Let Our Team of Mental Health Professionals Help You

You may be wondering what types of approaches and help are offered by Kentucky Counseling Center Covington, KY Here’s what you should need to know. At Kentucky Counseling Center or Covington, KY, we have therapists who have the experience, knowledge, and skills to deal with any type of depression. Through our years of experience in taking care of the mental health of the residents of Covington, KY, and nearby areas, we have formulated programs that are proven effective.

What to Expect

With just a click here, you can book an appointment with our therapists, counselors, or psychiatric nurse practitioners who specialize in treating depression. Our services are available for Covington and other residents of Kentucky. We have a client-centered approach treatment plan to help you get your life on track and help you navigate a healthy pathway to recovery.

Getting Started

more than 100 mental health care providers in the network
schedule through live chat if you need a followup visit

We offer one of the largest networks of mental health care professionals in Kentucky with KCC Direct. Our online mental health program allows you to get the mental health care you need in a way that has never been more convenient. Connect to a provider using any device with internet access- phone, tablet, or computer. All services are available for children and adults who live in Kentucky. Some services are available for Ohio residents.

Our client-centered approach to mental health targets your strengths and works with you to get your life on track. Our mental health professionals are here to empower your efforts and help you make life decisions for the better through individualized care. 

Our Online Mental Health Service Options

Payments Accepted

  • Kentucky Medicaid Plans
  • Medicare
  • Major Insurance Plans
  • Credit Card


Click below to schedule your telehealth appointment through KCC Direct. Your mental health doesn’t wait until it’s convenient to get better so why should you? We provide you with professional long-distance mental health care so that you don’t have to worry about transportation or finding the time to get to an appointment.

Once we receive your request, we will contact you as soon as possible to set your day and time. Appointment requests are processed M-F 8-5pm.


Matt Grammer Founder of Kentucky Counseling Center

“I started KCC because I was frustrated with my father’s experience getting treatment for schizophrenia. When he finally found someone that could help, there was a 6 month waiting list and the doctor didn’t accept his insurance. Mental health care should be easy to find and affordable to receive.”

— Matt Grammer, LPCC-S Founder & CEO

KCC Mental Health Services Include:

  • Anxiety Therapy
  • Depression Counseling 
  • Psychiatry with an Experience Psychiatrist
  • Case Management
  • Adult Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Teen Counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Adolescent counseling
  • LGBTQ counseling
  • Couples counseling
  • Group counseling

Seeking Help At KCC Covington, KY

If you’re in Covington, you don’t have to leave your home to see a therapist from KCC. You can schedule your appointment through our KCC Direct Telehealth Care Services. Do not wait for any form of anxiety to let you live a happy and productive life. The Telehealth Care services of Kentucky Counseling Center provides anxiety counseling in Covington, through long-distance mental health services by just a few clicks away.