Recognize the Warning Signs of Suicide
Learn the warning signs and risk factors for suicidal behavior in people with clinical depression. Knowing what to look for can help save a life.
Health Care Providers That Treat Depression
The first step in treating depression is recognizing that you are depressed. The second step is seeking help. WebMD tells you where and who can go to for help.
Sleep and Depression
Sleep problems are common with depression. Find out what can be done to end your sleep disorders and get your rest -- and mood -- back on track.
Drugs That Cause Depression
If you're feeling depressed or manic, it could be due to a drug you're taking. Find out more about medications that can cause depression or mania.
Psychotic depression is a very serious mood disorder that requires hospitalization. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of psychotic depression.
Psychodynamic Therapy for Depression
WebMD discusses the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy for depression. Learn more about this type of talk therapy.
Treatment-Resistant Depression Care
WebMD explains the possible medications and therapies used for treatment-resistant depression, including ECT, lithium, and antidepressants.
Depression and Your First Therapy Session
If you have depression, your first therapy session can make you nervous. This information can help you prepare for your appointment.
Electroconvulsive Therapy and Other Depression Treatments
For serious depression that does not respond to traditional medications, there are other therapies that may help. WebMD explains electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and alternative therapies for depression.
Symptoms of Depression
Do you know the symptoms of depression? Find out more.