Treatment Resistant Depression

What is treatment resistant depression?

If you’ve tried at least two different antidepressants and your depression symptoms have not improved, you may have treatment-resistant depression. Treatment-resistant depression is also called TRD. [source:]

What treatments are available?

There are many FDA approved treatments for TRD, including medications, nasal sprays, and medical devices. Some commonly referenced treatments for TRD include esketamine (also called Spravato) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). To learn more about this type of treatment, please visit the Spravato web page for additional information.

Where can I learn more or get help for TRD?

Reach out to us and meet with one of our expert clinicians. We will work with you to understand your diagnosis and review treatment which might be appropriate for you.

Would you link to refer a patient to Treatment Resistant Depression therapy?

Fill out our patient referral form and email us the completed form. We thank you for your referral!

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