Do you suffer from feelings of worthlessness, overwhelming sadness or grief?
Have you found yourself less interested in activities you used to enjoy? Are you sleeping more or less than usual, or feeling very tired? Do thoughts of death or suicide frequently arise in your mind?
Depression can be a debilitating disease that can rob the joy from your life. It can also be a subtle force that chips away at your wellbeing over months or even years.
If you know you have depression, or if you suspect you may, we can help you address the source of your suffering and recover the joy you've been missing.
How We Help
Depression can change the way you think and behave. Talk therapy can help you heal emotional pain and find self love.
We use precision medicine to determine whether medication is necessary to treat your depression, and which one will best suit your needs.
Root Cause Psychiatry
Everything from your genes to your microbiome can contribute to depression. Our Root Cause program uses cutting-edge technology to help you feel better.
What causes depression?
If you are diagnosed with depression, one of the following factors may be at play:
- Genetic and other biological factors affecting brain function
- A specific, distressing life event such as the loss of a loved one or an ideal
- Psychological factors, like a love relationship that isn't working as you'd hoped
Depression can last for short periods of time, or for years. With precise treatment, you can ease your suffering in less time and lessen the severity of future depressive episodes.
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Depression is a complex, whole-body illness which can manifest in different ways in different people.
Not sure it’s depression?
Sometimes other emotional conditions are misdiagnosed as depression.
If you are wondering if you have depression or something else, we can help.