Depression: Top 10 Treatment Centers

Wednesday, 02 Mar 2011 03:59 PM

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Good depression treatment centers generally include a holistic therapy set-up that provides a diet and exercise plan, counseling sessions, talk therapy sessions, recommended medications, motivation tapes, and other materials.

Visiting a depression treatment center is a completely voluntary process that requires deep commitment from both the patient as well as the treatment center.
 
Each depression treatment center generally has a unique plan of action. While some treatment centers for depression are privately-run, others are managed by non-profit/charitable organizations. There are also those that are run by Christian missionaries and others that are managed by Universities. In addition to the above, there are day treatment centers as well as residential treatment centers for depression to suit the needs of individuals.
 
Mentioned below are the top ten treatment centers for depression, which are run by private organizations. (Please note that the order does not reflect the quality of treatment.)
 
1.The Center For Counseling and Health Resources, Washington
2.Sierra Tucson Depression Treatment Center, Arizona
3.Hollywood Pavilion, Florida
4.Walden Behavioral Care, Massachusetts
5.Bayridge Anxiety and Depression Treatment Center, Ontario
6.Connecticut Anxiety and Depression Treatment Center, Connecticut
7.YouthCare Residential Treatment Center, Utah
8.Anxiety and Depression Treatment Center, Newport Beach, California
9.Skyland Trail, Atlanta
10.Sunset Malibu’s Depression Treatment Center, Malibu, California
 
The above list of recommended treatment centers for depression has been chosen based on patient feedback and internet research. However, mentioned below are the top ten university hospitals, which have the nation’s finest depression treatment centers:
 
1. Harvard - Massachusetts General Hospital (Department of Psychiatry)
2. The Johns Hopkins Hospital (John Hopkins Mood Disorders Center)
3. Harvard - McLean Hospital
4. University of Pennsylvania (Department of Psychiatry)
5. Stanford University (Depression Research Clinic and Bipolar Disorders Clinic)
6. University of Michigan Depression Center
7. University of Colorado Denver Depression Center
8. University of Louisville Depression Center
9. The University of California San Francisco Depression Center (UCSF)
10. Columbia University (Columbia Psychiatry)

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