Depression & Mood Disorder Treatment

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How to Know if You Need Help

Nearly everyone deals with occasional mental health issues, and not every person who uses alcohol or drugs has a problem. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to know if you need help and when to get it. This guide can help you figure out when it’s time to seek treatment.


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What Is Accelerated Resolution Therapy and How Does It Work?

Accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is a relatively new evidence-based psychotherapy. It is proving to be an effective intervention for trauma, depression, and many other mental health concerns.


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How to Deal with Depression

While awareness about mental health continues to grow, many people continue to suffer in silence. Currently, more than 16.1 million American adults live with major depressive...


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Symptoms & Signs of Mood Disorders

A mood disorder is a type of mental illness that impacts a person’s state of mind, emotions and outlook on life. It causes changes and distortions in mood that are not...


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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Depression?

Clinical depression may come and go even if a person suffering its symptoms does not receive treatment. Without intervention episodes typically last for six months to a...


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A Comprehensive Guide to Mood Disorders

A Comprehensive Guide to Mood Disorders

A mood disorder encompasses more than just its namesake. It is actually a variety of disorders that can make up the definition. In fact, mental health professionals use...


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A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

Most everyone at one time or another experiences moods of depression. That is normal. Yet, up to 26 percent of women and up to 12 percent of men have what is...


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How to Recognize Clinical Depression in the Early Stages

Clinical depression is an alternate term for major depression[i], one of the most serious and widespread mental health conditions in the U.S. Recognition of the onset of...


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What Is High-Functioning Depression?

In 2015, an estimated 16.1 million adults aged 18 or older in the United States had at least one major depressive episode in the past year. This number represented 6.7%...


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