When it comes to treating your major depressive disorder (MDD), you probably already have a lot of questions. But for every question you ask, there’s likely another question or two you may not have considered.
It’s important to remember that the client and therapist construct and direct the psychotherapy process together. Indeed, therapists prefer to use the word “client” rather than “patient” to emphasize the active role of treatment seekers throughout the course of care.
Here’s what a therapist wishes clients who have MDD asked during their sessions. Read more in Healthline.