August is Depression Awareness Month

“It’s hard to answer what’s wrong, when you feel nothing is right”

Bridgewater, N.J. (August 5, 2013) – The World Health Organization estimates that 121 million people worldwide suffer from depression.

It is extremely common for people to have days where they are feeling down and out, but those moments are short-lived. The feeling of depression is typically long-term and causes a person to become withdrawn. Depression not only affects the person suffering from it, but their family and others around them as well.

The three main categories of depression are, Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Dysthymic Disorder, and Minor Depression. There are other non-classified areas of depression that include, Psychotic Depression, Postpartum Depression, and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

Approximately 80% of those who suffer from depression are not receiving treatment. GenPsych, PC, provider of top quality outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse services, stresses the importance of a healthy lifestyle. GenPsych offers a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Program which isa structured therapeutic treatment that emphasizes balance between acceptance and change. DBT helps reduce impulsive behaviors, such as suicidality, self-harm, substance abuse, eating disordered behavior, aggression, isolation, rumination, dissociation, anxiety, depression and panic attacks.

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About GenPsych, PC:

Founded in 2005, GenPsych is one of New Jersey’s premiere providers of outpatient behavioral health services. GenPsych is dedicated to helping clients regain their emotional and physical health in a safe, supportive environment. With five New Jersey locations in Brick, Bridgewater, Flemington, Lawrenceville and Livingston, GenPsych’s team of elite professionals offer a continuum of high-quality mental health care and life enhancement services for each client’s specific needs.