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Find Therapy for Depression in Los Angeles, CA

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According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), approximately 16 million American adults experienced at least one episode of major depression in 2014. During the same time period, data collected by SAMHSA also revealed that more than 10 million men and women were affected by severe symptoms of depression.

Major depression — also commonly referred to as clinical depression — as well as other types of depression, such as postpartum depression and seasonal affective disorder, may significantly reduce the quality of life, job performance, and self-perception of affected people. Southern California residents who experience depression symptoms may choose to find a therapist in Los Angeles who can provide professional care.

Depression treatment often involves the use of psychotherapeutic techniques or antidepressant medications, with many people responding to a combination of both approaches. With the potential benefits of these treatment strategies in mind, many depression therapists in Los Angeles may suggest strategies that can help with the long-term reduction of severe depression symptoms. These recommendations may include:

  • Sticking to the regular dosing schedule for depression medication even if you are feeling better
  • Keeping all appointments for talk therapy
  • Making time to educate yourself and your family about depression
  • Being attentive to potential warning signs of depression and responding appropriately to them
  • Maintaining a regular exercise routine
  • Avoiding the use of alcohol or illicit drugs
  • Maintaining a nutritious and balanced diet

Many mental health professionals agree that individuals who adhere to the recommendations listed above may reduce the risk for depression symptoms to return or become worse.

What Is Depression Treatment Able to Accomplish for Affected People?

People who work closely with depression therapists in Los Angeles may experience numerous benefits. For example, individuals who respond well to therapy often report better sleep, an increased interest in sex, reduced physical pain, improved work performance, better memory, increased concentration, higher energy levels, stronger social connections, and increased overall happiness.


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