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Providing Services for Addiction and Mental Health Disorders

Depression is a serious but treatable mental health disorder that affects nearly 20 million Americans. It gets in the way of daily life, causing emotional pain that, left untreated, only gets worse. Begin by learning all you can about depression and how to best talk about it with your loved one. But as you reach out, be mindful that the individual is fragile and needs to be handled in loving, supportive way. Essentially, the more you know and the questions you ask of mental health professionals will give you the best opportunity to get your loved one help and on the road to recovery.

Signs of Depression

Family and friends are typically the first to notice depression in their loved one. That’s why it’s essential to recognize the signs of depression. While life is filled with ups and downs, three or more depression signs is a signal to act. Here’s what to look for if you’re concerned.

  • Progressive sadness, tearfulness, and hopelessness
  • Mood instability, random outbursts, and irritability
  • Loss of interest in hobbies
  • Insomnia or oversleeping
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Sudden weight loss / gain
  • Chronic anxiety
  • Low self-esteem
  • Difficulty concentrating, making decisions, and recalling things
  • Suicidal ideations


How To Help Someone with Depression

Getting Help for Depression in Southwest Florida

Located in Southwest Florida, Celadon Recovery Campus is more than just a rehab or a mental health treatment center. It’s a place where hope is restored, and lives are transformed. Our thorough approach and commitment to providing effective treatment make us a destination of hope for those seeking to overcome depression and mental health disorders. We provide personalized inpatient / outpatient care and utilize the best-in-breed pharmacology and behavioral therapies including:

  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
  • Immersive Family Therapy
  • Intensive One-on-One Therapy
  • Medication Management
  • Gender-Specific Group Therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Activity Therapy
  • Experiential Therapy

Most Common Types of Depression

Depression (and other mental health disorders) are not one size or type. In fact, they are nuanced and tricky without a full clinical assessment. At the same time, they are treated differently with specific medications and therapies. Here the most common forms of depression disorders.

  • Postpartum Depression
  • Psychotic Depression
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Seasonal Depression
  • Major Depression

Celadon Recovery is also a board-certified (AHCA) dual diagnosis treatment center. We not only treat co-occurring disorders in regard to addiction, but rather offer a full continuum of mental health care including inpatient, outpatient, and continuing care programs on our beautiful waterside campus in Fort Myers.

About Celadon Recovery

Celadon is comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment center located along the shores of the Caloosahatchee River in Fort MyersFlorida. With a full-continuum of care including detoxresidential, and outpatient programs, we are committed to quality substance use and co-occurring disorder care. Call us today at 239-266-2141.

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