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Evidence-Based Treatment for Depression
People suffering from depression have many types of treatments available to them. Treatment for depression can include medications to help stabilize mood and psychotherapy to help people learn to manage their symptoms.People with a milder form of depression may...
Antidepressants – What You Should Know
Depression is a medical disorder, like diabetes. The types of medication used to treat depression are called antidepressants.
Family Support for Depression – How You Can Help
For people with depression, a healthy environment of family support is vital to their recovery. Even though depression can be a frustrating illness, family and friends can help in many ways.
What Causes Depression?
What Causes Depression... and How Common Is It? There is no simple answer to what causes depression, but it is a common psychiatric disorder. In fact, between 15 to 20 percent of people experience an episode of major depression during their lifetime, no matter the...
What Is Depression?
A diagnosis can be scary and lonely. Often patients and their loved ones are left with feelings of “Now what?” Learning to navigate treatment options, understand medications and therapies, find support groups, all while coping with daily living tasks, can be really overwhelming. But it’s important to know that you’re not alone and that recovery for your loved one is possible.
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In this closed group, you'll find encouragement and resources to help you keep your family strong and supported.
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