Depression

Feeling sad or unhappy through life’s ups and downs is a normal reaction. Often people use the word depression to describe day to day sadness, however Clinical Depression is different. Clinical Depression is associated with persistent despair and feeling hopeless, lifeless, or losing interest in enjoyable activities. People with Clinical Depression do not all experience the same symptoms, and the severity and duration of symptoms may vary.

Depression frequently accompanies generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, complicated grief, and traumatic brain injury. Home Base clinicians offer Service Members, Veterans and Families evidence-based psychotherapy treatments for depression, and often treat the disorder alongside co-occurring disorders in individual or couple’s therapy. The goal of treatment is to regain the life once lived before depression.

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