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(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - About 10% of all outpatients have major depression.1,2 Although you can prescribe pharmacotherapy, you probably do not have the time to provide extensive counseling. What else can you offer patients with depression and other mood disorders? Listed here are some organizations that provide educational conferences, depression screening tools, patient education materials, support groups, and information about community resources. Many patients with mood disorders benefit from supportive interventions. One of the goals of such interventions is to counteract the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness that accompany depression.
Depressives Anonymous: Recovery From Depression
329 East 62nd St
New York, NY 10021
Phone: 212-689-2600

Emotions Anonymous
PO Box 4225
St Paul, MN 55104-0245
Phone: 612-647-9712
Fax: 612-647-1593
E-mail: info@EmotionsAnonymous.org
Web site: www.emotionsanonymous.org

International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred)
2017-D Renard Ct
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-268-0044
Fax: 443-782-0739
E-mail: info@ifred.org
Web site: www.ifred.org

Mental Health America
(Formerly National Mental Health Association)
2000 N. Beauregard St, 6th floor
Alexandria, VA 22311
Phone: 703-684-7722
Fax: 703-684-5968
Toll-free phone: 800-969-6642
TTY line: 800-433-5959
Web site: www.mentalhealthamerica.net

For full article, please visit:
http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/depression/article/10162/37489

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