Mental Health is an issue close to my heart and to my more serious contemporary writing. This is an interesting article about depression
Increased Risk for Depression –
and for being diagnosed with depression in error
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
An ADD Awareness Month Post
Because of the pervasiveness of the co-existence of these 2 diagnoses, it is vital to understand the differences between the two and to also treat both . . . when appropriate . . . to develop the most effective treatment plan and outcome.
[It’s] important to treat the primary diagnosis first, in order to achieve the best treatment outcome.~ from Attention Research Update by Duke University’s David Rabiner, Ph.D. (whose article on ADD and Depression was the genesis of this article)
ADD/EFD, depression or both?
Everybody has shuffled through a down day or a down week. Most of us occasionally experience feelings of sadness, grief or depression as the result of a difficult life event.
We don’t qualify for a…
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