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Types of Depression

Most people have heard about Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder, but what about mild to moderate depression? What do you do if you become depressed because of a job loss or a divorce? Are these symptoms treatable? Reviewing the diagnostic explanations for different types of depression as a way to self-diagnose is not recommended. There are many factors that go into identification and treatment of depression and other psychological problems, and only a qualified mental health professional should diagnose psychological problems.  The information provided on this web site is intended to help you determine whether you, or a friend or family member, should consult a psychologist, or other mental health professional, for an evaluation and treatment.  When you need to talk to someone who can help with depression, consult a psychologist or other quslified mental health professional.

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