Treatment & Care

Treatment & Care

Learn more about depression treatments and ways to care for your depression symptoms with antidepressants and/or psychotherapy. Also, discover the symptoms and treatment of depression in men, women, and the elderly as well as the problem of treatment resistant depression.
Depression Treatments

Learn all about different depression treatment options. Find out about depression medicines and other depression remedies to see which may work best for you.
Depression Medicines

There are many types of depression medicines today. Learn about antidepressants — the effects and side effects — and work with your doctor to select the best depression medicine for your symptoms.

Find out how talk therapy works to lift mood and help patients with depression improve coping skills.
Electric Shock Treatment

Electric shock treatment, or ECT, for depression is used for severe depression or when depression medicines fail to work. Find out more about ECT and who might benefit most.
Interpersonal Therapy

Learn about interpersonal therapy for depression in children and addresses group sessions, techniques, and what to expect.
Psychodynamic Therapy

Find out about the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy for depression.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Learn why cognitive behavioral therapy might be used to treat depression, how this approach works, and what to expect in sessions.
Special Situations
Depression in Special Situations

Learn all about depression in special situations, including depression in men and how it’s different from depression in women. Find out about depression in the elderly and treatment resistant depression.
Depression in Women

Depression in women is increasingly common. Find out the symptoms of depression in women and what medical treatment can do to manage these depression symptoms.
Depression in the Elderly

Depression in the elderly is often confused with signs of serious illnesses or grieving. Learn the specific symptoms of depression in the elderly and talk to your doctor.
Treatment Resistant Depression

Treatment resistant depression should be taken very seriously. Find out who’s at risk for treatment resistant depression and how a doctor can help manage the symptoms.


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