Understanding Depression

August 6, 2018

It is estimated that 16.2 million American adults, roughly 6.7 percent of the population have a significant depressive incident in any given year. Family members, co-workers, friends or perhaps even you have felt the impact of depression on your life. More than just feeling blue or sad, depression can have major consequences on the lives of those impacted.

What are the different types of depression and how are they treated? What are the symptoms that family and friends should be aware if depression is suspected?

Join Tenisha McLean, LPC, and Nicole Moore, LPC with High Point Medical Center Behavioral Health to learn important information about the symptoms, risk and treatment for depression.

Tuesday, August 14 at 11:30 a.m.
Millis Regional Health Education Center
600 N. Elm Street, High Point, NC 27262

To reserve your seat, call the Contact Center at 336-878-6888.

Media contacts:

Becky Kreitz, becky.kreitz@wakehealth.edu336-878-6711