Treatment and Professional Help
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Psychiatric hospitals or wards treat people experiencing different mental illnesses, including depression, schizophrenia, anxiety and eating disorders. Learn more.
Learn some myths and truths about depression and other mental health challenges, which fuel stigma around mental health illness.
Counselors, therapists, and psychologists are licensed mental health professionals who can work with you to find a solution to the problems you're facing.
Learn your options for accessing mental health services based on your insurance or your ability to pay.
Overcoming depression will take time, and you'll need to stay strong. Learn about different management and treatment options for depression.
You or someone you know may need to see a psychiatrist. Learn more about how a psychiatrist can help and how to find one.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is frequently used by therapists. Learn more about CBT and the ways it can help.
Learn about what happens during an individual counseling session, as well as questions you might like to ask and how to pay for services.
Making decisions about non-traditional treatments can be confusing. Learn about navigating your treatment options.
There are lots of reasons why you might see a mental health professional. Learn what to expect and how to get the most out of an appointment.