Mood Disorders (Depression)
Experiencing low mood from time to time is a natural. However, when experienced in the extreme form, low mood may turn into depression. Although there is no simple explanation as to what causes a mood disorder, learning about potential factors may guide you on your road back to recovery. Treatment can assist in reducing and possibly even eliminate the symptoms of depression. Medication is often considered an important component of treatment. However, research suggests that a combination of medication, psychological intervention and support programs usually result in the best outcomes.
If you would like to find out more about our individualised programs to assist with managing Mood Disorders, feel free to contact us by using our contact us form, and one of our helpful staff will be in contact shortly.
Alternatively, to have a private conversation with one of our staff, you can contact us on 02 6022 4450 between 9am and 4.30pm.
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