Kathleen M. McNulty has 20 years experience as a psychotherapist in private practice and clinical settings.
Specializing in Depression and Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Addiction, Challenges facing Young Adults and the Elderly; Mood, Personality & Thought Disorders
Read about Kathleen M. McNulty in BP Magazine October, 2015:
“......You want to get out of the depression, but you want to do it piece by piece, little by little,” explains Washington, D.C.-area therapist Kathleen McNulty, LCSW. Practically speaking, she explains, that might look like this: Instead of going on a hike, walk around the block. Instead of starting a garden plot, buy a basil plant. If you’re too depressed to brush your teeth, put water with dental rinse into a spray bottle. “The more you pile up those ‘good enough’ experiences, the faster you’ll find yourself in the flow of day-to-day life and coming out of the depression,” McNulty says......