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Is it Time to Find a New Therapist for Your Teenager? Five Questions to Answer

By Thomas Maye Mental health counseling is a crucial part of treating mood disorders, so…

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Tips for Caregivers: So, it’s not the right therapist. Now what? [Val, note Step 2 has link to DWA that we should take out, right?]

By Arielle Cohen, Programs Manager In recent articles, Families for Depression Awareness addressed the initial…

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I Didn’t Like That! Tips for Ditching Resentment While Working with Therapists

By Arielle Cohen, Families for Depression Awareness Programs Manager Have you or your loved one…

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Tips for Caregivers: Finding a Therapist for Yourself (with Suggestions for Your Loved One, Too)

If you have decided that it’s time to find your own therapist, you have taken…

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Coping with Stress and Depression Through Faith and Family Support

By Lisa Gilliam, September 12, 2017 Lisa Gilliam Job stress led me to a point…

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Chris, 45, dysthymia, and wife, Jill

Chris, 45, dysthymia, and wife, Jill A rough start in life Growing up, Chris saw…

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Shonda, Curt, and Family

Shonda Schilling, wife of former Major League Baseball championship pitcher and six-time All Star Curt…

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Michael, Julie, and Steven

The year was 1986. Michael and Julie, then married for six years, had a baby…

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Terrie

Terrie grew up in Mount Vernon, NY, with her parents and her younger sister. “Growing…

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Missy, Bill, and Katherine

Although Missy struggled with bouts of depression since childhood, she resisted taking medication. She finally…

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Lynn with Bob and son, Jack

Lynne’s depression hit out of nowhere the night after her son Jack, was born. She…

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