The Treatment Path to Wellness

While depression and other mental health conditions can be overwhelming, confusing, and painful, the good news is that relief is possible and there are more advanced treatment options than ever to help you get there.

Depression can cause you to isolate yourself from others, including friends, family, and medical professionals who can provide help. Most types of clinical depression only abate with treatment, most often medication. Those with Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) may need to try multiple medications or advanced therapies such as TMS.

What Path Works for You

Learn more by clicking on steps in the typical Treatment Path or compare side effects

Compare the Side Effects

Below is a list of adverse reactions that occur in greater than 5% of the population

TMS Therapy

Scalp discomfort, normally described as a tapping feeling

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Adverse reactions to anesthesia

Alterations in blood pressure

Cardiovascular complications

Confusion

Headache

Memory Loss

Nausea

Pain and discomfort

Prolonged seizures

Pulmonary complications

Anti-Depressant Drugs

Aggression

Agitation

Anxiety

Constipation

Diarrhea

Diminished sex drive/libido

Dizziness

Dry mouth

Fatigue

Headaches

Hostility

Insomnia

Irritability

Mood swings

Nausea

Panic

Restlessness

Sleepiness

Sweating

Weight gain