Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a severe mental health condition affecting millions of people worldwide, including about 21 million adults in the United States. Managing MDD can be difficult and frustrating for both patients and providers. This educational resource includes information on symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for MDD and allows you to print and share something tangible with your patients at the beginning of their treatment journey. This can help patients access other helpful resources related to MDD as they start their treatment journey.
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