If your healthcare provider is not accounting for your preferences, priorities, and goals in treating your depression, you may not be getting the treatment that is right for you. Our depression treatment series provides information and strategies for helping you to get your voice heard – and your loved one to get their voice heard – in seeking to get well.
Posts in the depression treatment series
- Depression Treatment: It’s About You
- What You Know Affects Treatment
- Response, Remission, Recovery: What Are Your Depression Treatment Goals?
- Why You Deserve Shared Decision Making
- Shared Decision Making – with Families – Yields Better Outcomes
- How to Get the Best, Most Appropriate, Tailored for You Depression Treatment
- How to Address Other Issues in Depression Treatment
- Faster and Easier Approaches for Improving Patients’ Depression Treatment Outcomes
- Ways to Facilitate Depression Treatment
- Using Decision Aids in Depression Treatment: An Update
- Depression Treatment in Primary Care: Tips for Caregivers
- When Primary Care Providers Treat Depression – Tips for Engagement
- Fully Treating Depression, Cognitive Symptoms and All
- How to Help a Loved One with a Mood Disorder: The FFDA Action Plan
- Does Your Family Know Your Mental Health Care Preferences?
More on depression and treatment
- Use the free, anonymous, and confidential depression and bipolar online screening tool
- Learn about cognitive symptoms of depression with the More Than Mood toolkit
- Treatment overview for caregivers
- How to help an adult
- Role of the family caregiver
- Free online Depression Wellness Analyzer to monitor treatment
- Order the Adult Depression Wellness Guide from Families for Depression Awareness
- Brand new depression family stories brochure and caregiver’s handbook coming soon! Sign up for the Families for Depression Awareness newsletter and watch for our announcement!