Depression impacts millions of people across our country every year. Depression has no bounds, no age limit, is not gender specific and doesn’t consider your race, culture or economic status. It can range from a chronic debilitating illness that compromises function to a subtle undertaking that can squeeze out the common joys of life. Indicators include but are not limited to increased sadness, loss of motivation, lack of participation in personal interests, change in appetite, sleeping patterns and sexual function. Our goal is to be proactive in your treatment, starting with an accurate diagnosis, followed by an individualized plan for prevention and progress. Depression is highly treatable and is best to address prior to symptoms increasing.