Depression is a mood disorder that causes relentless feelings of despair, sadness, and irritability. Sometimes called major depressive disorder (MDD), depression can cause individuals to lose interest in daily activities or doing things that once brought them joy. Depression can affect anyone at any age. In fact, studies have shown that 20% of Americans experience a severe depressive episode each year. Our team understands that seeking help for depression can be daunting. Serenity Mental Health Centers is here to help patients feel empowered to understand their diagnosis, find a treatment that is right for them, and support them during all the moments in between.

There are types of depression, such as postpartum depression, clinical depression, and treatment-resistant depression. One of the first steps in treating depression is identifying which type of depression you may be experiencing. Talk therapy and medication are among the most common treatments for depression and are effective for some people. Our team recognizes that each patient is unique, and sometimes, what works for one patient may not work for another. In addition to conventional depression treatments, we also offer innovative alternatives, such as TMS therapy and ketamine IV therapy. Our team will listen to the feelings and concerns each patient expresses to find a treatment for depression that addresses their specific needs without compromising any of their wellness goals.

For anyone suffering from depression or depression symptoms, you are not alone. Emotions caused by depression can be overwhelming and frightening at times. Our team aims to empower our patients with knowledge about their condition, so that we can find the right treatment that works for their unique needs. Take the first step toward a brighter tomorrow by contacting Serenity Mental Health Centers today.

I was/am very happy with Serenity. I just went thru TMS. My depression was mostly eliminated. However, my anxiety is still there, though to a lesser degree.

D. Google

Truly a place for those who have battled depression and anxiety and feel like medication did not work or is not as effective as you would like. This is a different approach to a chronic problem with quick results

D.J. Google

Very knowledgeable about Ketamine therapy. Saw improvement in my depression symptoms, though the cost is a bit high.

T.D. Google

It is the idealistic thing not to come to doctor’s office often but if this place was a restaurant I would come here every single day!!!! ❤️❤️ Everyone here is amazing. Every. Single. One of them. I’ve had depression for so decades and been to so many treatment but serenity is the bestest of the bestest. I’m almost done with TMS treatment and I had a huge improvement but I honestly don’t think I would’ve made the same improvement if I were at different clinics. Unless I had to change my clinic due to insurance change, I will keep coming back to here whenever I feel down!

?. Google

Extremely educated about Ketamine therapy. My depression symptoms improved, despite the exorbitant cost.

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What is the difference between depression and sadness?

Feeling sad from time to time is a common aspect of the human condition. However, depression goes beyond mere sporadic sadness. It involves persistent or extensive sadness that may be joined by several other symptoms, such as a diminished interest in activities once enjoyed, feelings of hopelessness, diminished self-esteem, excessive guilt, reduced energy levels, trouble concentrating, changes in appetite, altered sleep patterns, physical pains like headaches and body aches, and potentially, suicidal thoughts.

Can children get depression?

Yes, children can indeed get depression. While it's often perceived as a condition that primarily affects adults, depression does not discriminate by age and can impact children as well. In children, the signs of depression might differ from those in adults and can include irritability, changes in eating and sleeping habits, persistent sadness, withdrawal from friends and activities they once enjoyed, and a decrease in energy. It's important for parents, caregivers, and educators to recognize these symptoms and seek appropriate medical guidance to address them.

What are the risks of untreated depression?

Untreated depression can lead to serious complications, including worsening physical health conditions, decreased ability to function at work or in social settings, substance abuse, and an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors. These effects highlight the importance of recognizing and treating depression early to prevent long-term psychosocial and health issues.

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