One thing is sure about depression treatment: it’s not one-size-fits-all. And it never should be.
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Susan Weinstein, JD
Editor in Chief, Care for Your Mind
Primary Care Providers (PCPs) are usually the first clinicians to treat a person’s depression. Family caregivers can enhance treatment outcomes by providing information to the clinician and support to the person living with depression. Families for Depression Awareness’ new video provides tips for working effectively with PCPs for the benefit of your loved one and your family.
John W. Williams Jr., MD
Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry, Duke University
As a patient, would you want your physician making healthcare decisions on your behalf without any regard for your personal preferences, values, or needs? If you’re like most people, you’d prefer to be involved in choosing the care that’s right for you. After all, it’s your body, your mind, your financial resources, and your life.
Scott T. Aaronson, MD
Director, Clinical Research Programs
Sheppard Pratt Health System
Our Mental Health Awareness Month series continues with Dr. Scott Aaronson talking about depression treatment developments and what’s on the horizon.