Depression Treatment

Explore Innovative Depression Treatment With Wellness Psychiatry.

According to a report filed by the World Health Organization, depression is a common mental disorder that impacts more than 264 million people around the world. A debilitating mental illness, depression can lead to severe consequences, not just for an individual's mental health, but also for their physical health. Untreated depression has been linked to heart disease and even complications with diabetes.

Depression Treatment Begins With Wellness Psychiatry

While depression is an overwhelmingly common mental illness in the world, it is not easy to handle as a result. Everyone reacts to depression in their own way with symptoms ranging from fatigue and anxiety all the way to extreme social isolation and agitation. One way to help deal with depression is through psychiatry. Psychiatry is a field of medicine that focuses on diseases of the mind including depression.

When it comes to psychiatry, there are many evidence-based approaches for depression treatment, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT Therapy) and medication. The team at Wellness Psychiatry believes in the power and efficacy of integrative medicine, often urging clients to combine the best aspects of the treatments that work best for them.

Let's look at a few examples on how Wellness Psychiatry helps its patients to work through depression.

  • Implement Lifestyle Changes (Sleep, Nutrition, Hygiene)

  • Incorporate Exercise and Mindfulness

  • Explore Medication Treatments If Necessary

  • Discuss Medical Grade Supplement Treatment Plans

Start the Trek to Wellness Today

Wellness Psychiatry is a full-service team of mental health professionals with a focus on integrative medicine. Wellness Psychiatry is based out of Golden, CO, with a second location in Winter Park. Future patients looking for depression treatment can begin the process by booking an Initial Intake Appointment. These appointments last between 60 and 90 minutes and will set the tone for your treatment plan to come.