Almost all people have experienced depression at some point in their lives. However, for many, it is a serious mental health disorder. Nearly 7% of the adult population in America is affected by some form of depression. Treatment for this condition is proven to be effective, and 80% of patients who seek treatment notice an improvement in their symptoms within weeks.
Unfortunately, many people struggling with depression do not seek treatment. There are numerous reasons why people may not get the treatment they need:
Their condition is viewed as “a phase” by themselves and their family. Family members may dismiss their loved one’s depression diagnosis because of social stigma around the condition, a lack of knowledge on how it affects a patient’s life, and denial of the severity of their loved one’s condition.
Many people think they can work through it on their own. They don’t believe that a professional depression treatment program is necessary–they view it as an issue of willpower or attitude, not the mental health disorder it truly is.
What Is Depression?
- Major depressive disorder
- Persistent depressive disorder
- Psychotic disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Seasonal affective disorder
A significant life event
The loss of a job or personal relationship can contribute to depression.
The death of a loved one, for example, can increase the likelihood of depression.
Patients often have family members with the same condition.
Our Virtual IOP Offers Online Depression Treatment
Despite the number of people affected by depression, each person struggles in their own unique way. Our team at Clear Recovery Center conducts a thorough mental health assessment before beginning outpatient depression treatment. The assessment pinpoints potential causes of a patient’s depression. With the evaluation completed, Clear Recovery Center offers a diagnosis.
We often diagnose depression as mild, moderate, or severe. We also determine the specific type of disorder. From there, we decide on a course of action:
1. Lifestyle Changes
Clear Recovery Center’s Virtual Program is perfect for those experiencing mild depression. Our team recommends specific dietary plans and exercise routines. We also provide resources on how to engage in and avoid certain situations. Our guidance is intended to alleviate a patient’s physical and mental symptoms.
2. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
3. Interpersonal Therapy
Online Depression Treatment Is Now Available to All Californians
Our virtual IOP offers access and flexibility for residents of California and beyond. A lack of transportation or lack of mental health services in your area is no longer an obstacle to getting professional behavioral health care. If you or a loved one are struggling with depression, Clear Recovery Center’s online depression treatment program offers a solution.
Let Clear Recovery Center’s Virtual Program help you restore the joy in your life. Our multi-faceted team of mental health professionals understands what it’s like to suffer from depression and knows how hard it is to reach out for help. Our confidential intake process helps us understand the root cause of your depression and creates the best plan for success. Call now at 866.680.0969 to learn more.
3 Easy Steps
At Clear, we make it simple to start your journey to mental wellbeing.
Give us a call
Contact our 24/7 admission line to speak with a member of our care team. They will go over treatment options and insurance coverage.
If you are a good fit for treatment at Clear, we will schedule your admission date. Our team can accommodate a start within a few days.
You will jump right into your online therapy sessions on your first day. Your case manager and therapist will guide you on your journey to mental wellbeing.
We Are In-Network.
We accept most commercial health insurance policies. We are not contracted with Medi-Cal, Medicare, or Kaiser.