Anita H. Clayton, M.D. Chair, Department of Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences University of Virginia School of Medicine
For many of us, depression treatment isn’t straightforward, as we encounter medical, practical, cultural, and other issues. This shouldn’t be seen as reason for despair, but – with flexibility, creativity, compassion, and an open mind – an opportunity to create the right treatment plan for each individual.
In a previous post, Dr. Clayton explained how to work with your provider to get the treatment that will work for you. Here, she guides us through some particular issues.
You’re dealing with more than depression
When a person has co-morbid conditions, the best appr...