Constantly sad, empty, hopeless?
You may have Clinical Depression.

Depression is a common but serious mental health condition that can lead to a range of debilitating behavioral and physical symptoms.

“Up to 80% of those treated for depression show an improvement in their symptoms generally within four to six weeks of beginning.”

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

What is Depression?

If you’re suffering, we want you to know that you are not alone. Globally, more than 264 million people of all ages are dealing with some form of depression.

Clinical depression is more than occasional sadness or the grief we feel from loss. Depression can cause symptoms that affect how a person thinks & feels, along with how they process their emotions. It can also impact daily activities like sleeping, eating, working, and socialization.

At Hope for Healing, we understand how disruptive depression can be. Whether it’s short-term and situational, seasonal or long-term, it changes the way we look at the world and interact with those around us. Depression can bring someone down to their lowest point, removing joy and purpose from daily life.

How we treat Depression

Depression has a number of causes including a combination of biological, psychological, and social sources of distress. Most times, these contributing factors are outside of our control. Sometimes we don’t know why we feel the way we do, but there are ways to find clarity and a path to a brighter future.

Our Approach follows an established structure from intake to planning, then treatment and post-treatment evaluation and support. Our recommendations are always individualized and are adjusted based on response to provided therapies and treatment.

Treatments for depression may include CBT, Medication Management, IV and oral Nutritional supplementation (as needed), and Ketamine, if appropriate.

Ketamine can be a helpful option for clients who have already tried traditional mental health treatment strategies and medications with limited to no improvement (known as Treatment-Resistant Depression). Research shows that approximately 60% of “treatment resistant” individuals will respond well to ketamine infusions.

If you or someone you care about is ready to move past depression, we’re here to help.

Take the first step and connect.

Even though you didn’t chose depression, the choice to find Hope for Healing is yours to take.