Category Archives: Depression Treatment

From Broken to Whole Again

April 12, 2017

Written by DH Women’s Program, alumni family member, Beth O. March 2017 When I grew up, my mother was our […]

American Society: How It Contributes to Depression

August 30, 2016

Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States today (1). In 2011, the Centers for […]

Does Smoking Cause Depression?

April 30, 2016

New information released by the Centers for Disease Control indicates that cigarette smoking among U.S. adults—those 18 years and older—has […]

The Double Demons of Depression and Addiction

February 16, 2015

Depression and addiction all too frequently go hand in hand. Depression is one of the most commonly diagnosed and treated […]

Exercise and Depression

February 4, 2015

Can depression be helped through exercise? Research says yes! Right now in the US, around a tenth of the population […]

Overcoming Depression and Addiction In 30 Days

January 19, 2015

Overcoming depression and addiction during a 30 day treatment program may seem like a tall order- and one that may […]

Are Depression and Addiction Hereditary?

January 7, 2015

Depression and addiction can sometimes be genetically-influenced. While not everyone who suffers from depression and addiction had to have a […]

Depression and Addiction: What You Need to Know As a Spouse

October 17, 2014

Depression and addiction is a common combination for a dual diagnosis. Learn more about what it means to have both […]

Preventing Depression and Addiction

August 20, 2014

Depression and addiction are difficult to experience, but they can be treated. You can greatly reduce the odds of developing […]

Why are Women Suffering From Depression and Addiction?

May 26, 2014

Depression and addiction appearing together in a client is referred to as a dual diagnosis. Depression is one of the […]

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