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Depression is one of the most common mental health issues. It affects millions every year. So chances are you know someone who has gone through depression or is experiencing it now. You may even be experiencing it yourself. The symptoms of depression are not minor, temporary symptoms. Most people report being depressed for a short time after experiencing job loss, or a relationship breakup, or perhaps temporary financial issues. Many people likely do not realize what clinical depression is or how it affects people in their everyday life. Therefore, it’s vital to recognize the signs of depression and find the appropriate depression treatment program.
The profound effects of depression are indicative of the need to receive treatment at a depression treatment program. The Springfield Wellness Center staff members have the expertise to help you when you need a depression treatment program that will help you get your life back on track.

woman on couch with hands over mouth in Depression treatment programWhat is Depression?

Major depression is a mental health disorder that is common around the world. The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) indicates that depression is a ‘leading cause of disability’ worldwide and that in the U.S., depression affects more than 17 million individuals.
Some groups of people are more prone to having depression, including women and individuals with a medical disorder. Although people with conditions such as heart disease or cancer likely experience depression more than the general population, people with arthritis also experience depression more often than people without the condition.
Depression is a mood disorder that affects how a person thinks and feels and deals with everyday activities or responsibilities. The type of depression that you or a loved one has potentially plays a role in how the disorder affects your day-to-day functioning in nearly all aspects of your life.
There is no single cause of depression. Some possible contributing factors include:
  • Family history of depression
  • Experiencing trauma
  • Changes in the brain
  • Certain medical conditions or chronic pain
  • Changes in relationships or other life circumstances
  • Abuse of alcohol or other drugs
The Springfield Wellness Center offers you or your loved one the opportunity to recover from the serious consequences of depression in a caring environment.

How Do I Get Help for My Depression?

Admitting that you or a loved one needs a depression treatment program is the first step towards overcoming your depression. Perhaps you know someone that engaged in depression treatment, and you think that all programs offer the same treatment. A PsychCentral article points to the fact that depression treatment takes time, and that just because one treatment approach works for one person does not mean it is the right treatment for your depression.

Depression Treatment

An ideal treatment program is one that focuses on treating you as a whole person, not just your depression symptoms. Treatment providers sometimes utilize a combination of therapies to provide the best possible outcome for patients that need a depression treatment program.
Undergoing a comprehensive assessment determines your treatment needs. Some people that have both substance abuse issues and depression need to undergo drug or alcohol detox before beginning their treatment for depression. When this happens, professionals call it a co-occurring disorder and use dual diagnosis treatment. Thus, they treat both the substance use disorder and the underlying mental health issue, depression, simultaneously. Doing so allows individuals to heal more completely and reduces their risk of relapse after treatment.
Springfield Wellness Center professionals guide you through your assessment and treatment protocols to help you learn to manage your depression. Thus, BR+NAD, combined with mental health support, potentially helps reduce your depression symptoms and learn to live without letting depression control your life.