Finding the Best Depression Treatment
When depression treatments aren't effective, don't give up. There are plenty of treatment options available, and it often takes a trial and error process to find the one that will work for you. Learn more about how depression treatments are sequenced to achieve relief ›
How Well Are You Managing Depression?
If you're taking an antidepressant to treat depression, you're looking forward to feeling like your old self again. And chances are good that eventually, you will. But it's important to be realistic. Otherwise, you might get discouraged and give up before treatment has a chance to work. ›
Combining Drugs and Therapy
- Who Should You See for Treatment?
- 10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Therapist
- When Depression Doesn't Go Away
No single treatment – whether a drug or a style of therapy – can beat depression in every case. But would you be better off with a combination of drugs and therapy? Research suggests the answer is yes ›
Sticking With Depression Treatment
When depression isn't treated, there's a high likelihood that it will recur. Roughly half of those who have a single untreated episode of major depression will go on to have another. See why treating depression aggressively pays off ›
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