Anxiety disorders and depression are treatable. Many people experience meaningful symptom relief and improvement in their quality of life with professional care. However, treatment success varies. Some people respond to treatment after a few weeks or months while others may take longer. If people have more than one anxiety disorder or if they suffer from other co-existing conditions, treatment may take longer. An experienced provider will conduct a comprehensive assessment before discussing an individualized treatment plan.  

Approaches To Treatment

Although there are many forms of treatment, several approaches have proven to be effective in addressing anxiety disorders and depression. You can read more about the different approaches here:


Types of Mental Health Care Professionals

Mental health care professionals include psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counselors, and social workers. Learn about their approaches and how to distinguish them here.

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Getting Professional Help

Finding the right health care professional is important:

Patient Bill of Rights

You deserve high-quality care! Patients have the right to make decisions collaboratively with their provider to receive care that is informed by the best available research, carefully considers the patients’ values, preferences and culture, and tracks progress to determine the effectiveness of care. Click here for the PatientBillofRights.com website (watch the video and learn more).
 

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