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Depression Treatment in Cypress, TX
The depression treatment professionals at Lone Star Behavioral Health include psychologists, licensed counselors, family therapists and psychiatrists. We have developed expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of this debilitating mood disorder. Aside from depression, other mood disorders treated include bipolar disorder (manic-depression), dysthymia, and adjustment disorders. Our psychotherapists and counselors are highly skilled in a variety of treatment approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.
What is Depression?
Depression is a common and highly treatable illness characterized by intense feelings of sadness, emptiness, hopelessness, anger or apathy. The world’s leading cause of disability, depression is more than a temporary bout of a “case of the blues” or sadness. It’s a persistent and unrelenting pattern of hopelessness and despair that interferes with your ability to function on a daily basis.
There are many types of depression, including:
Major Depression – Persistent or recurring inability to feel pleasure or enjoy life that lasts about six months
Minor Depression – Depressive symptoms that do not meet the criteria for major depression and last for two weeks or more
Atypical Depression – A subtype of major depression characterized by typical signs of depression followed by a short-lived improvement in mood in response to good news or happy events
Dysthymia – A form of mild depression that lasts at least two years and includes moderate depressive symptoms and short periods of normal mood
Seasonal Affective Disorder – Depression that comes and goes with the fall and winter seasons or frequent overcast days
Are you Depressed?
Is it a struggle to get through each day? Do you feel like life isn’t worth living? If so, you may be one of the 18 million Americans struggling with depression.
Everyone experiences depression in their own way. Sadness is not the only way depression manifests. It also appears as numbness, lifelessness, anger or restlessness. Some of the most common symptoms of depression include:
- Insomnia or excessive sleeping
- Difficulty concentrating, making decisions or completing basic tasks
- Feeling hopeless, empty or worthless
- Changes in appetite or weight
- Inability to control negative thoughts
- Irritability, aggression, restlessness or anger
- Loss of energy or tiredness
- Reckless behavior such as substance abuse, compulsive gambling or unsafe sex
- Inability to feel pleasure
- Unexplained aches and pains
- Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities, such as hobbies, sex or social gatherings
- Thoughts of suicide/death or feeling that life isn’t worth living
If you’re struggling with a number of these symptoms and they prevent you from working, fulfilling responsibilities at home or enjoying your life, it’s time to seek help.
You CAN make a change right now. You CAN get help and end your depression. If you have any questions or need guidance, call us now (281) 516-6200.
If you have made the decision to seek treatment for your depression, please take a look at our Patient Belongings Guidelines.