Therapists and Doctors Near Me in Albany, NY for Depression

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Jacinta Wangui, DNP-FNP

Video mental health consult

Family medicine
  • Available tomorrow
  • $5 MEDS
  • Highly rated

Rajendra Shrestha, PA-C

Video mental health consult

Urgent care
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS
  • Highly rated

Dr. Vineet Sandhu, MD

Video mental health consult

Urgent care
  • Available today
  • Highly rated
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T.C McDonald, PA-C

Video mental health consult

Internal medicine
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS
  • Popular
"T.C. McDonald was AWESOME!! She listened to all of my concerns and questions and took her time to make sure I was taken care of. Extremely polite and knowledgeable!! I get my insurance back on January 1st but I'm going to continue to see T.C. McDonald because I'm so satisfied with her service. "

Tallin Martirossian, PA

Video mental health consult

Family medicine
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS
  • Popular
"Tallin Martirossian was courteous"

Amanda Seagraves, PA-C

Video mental health consult

Urgent care
  • Available tomorrow
  • $5 MEDS

Adewumi Bakare, PA

Video mental health consult

Adult health
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS
  • Highly rated

Dr. Jennifer Spurlock, MD

Video mental health consult

Internal medicine
  • Available tomorrow
  • $5 MEDS

Eva Muschkin, NP

Video mental health consult

Adult health
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS

Catherine Nwora, FNP

Video mental health consult

Psychiatry
  • Available today
  • $5 MEDS

Dr. Latifa deGraft-Johnson, MD

Video mental health consult

Family medicine
  • Available tomorrow
  • $5 MEDS

Dr. Vanna Morero, MD

Video mental health consult

Internal medicine
  • Available today

Dr. Jose E. Ortiz, MD

Video mental health consult

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Internal medicine

    Laura Damico, Psy.D

    Video mental health consult

    Psychology

      Sylvia Udokoro Nwakanma, DNP

      Video mental health consult

      Family medicine
      • Available today
      • $5 MEDS
      "Dr. K was prompt"

      Racquel Samuel, LMSW

      Video therapy session

      Counseling & therapy

        Kristina Coleman, LMSW

        Virtual therapy session (new patient)

        Counseling & therapy

          Samantha McGrew, LMSW

          Virtual therapy session (new patient)

          Counseling & therapy

            Tara Merchant, LMHC

            Virtual therapy session (new patient)

            Counseling & therapy

              Coleman Pettway, LMSW

              Virtual therapy session (new patient)

              Counseling & therapy

                About Depression

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                Depression, also known as major depressive disorder or clinical depression, is a type of mood disorder that negatively affects how you think, behave, and feel. Untreated depression can lead to a range of emotional and physical issues.

                Common symptoms of depression include:

                • Feelings of sadness
                • Loss of interest in or pleasure in most normal activities
                • Outbursts of anger or frustration
                • Troubles with sleep such as sleeping too much or insomnia
                • Fatigue or lack of energy
                • Anxiety or agitation
                • Loss of appetite or increased craving for food
                • Feelings of worthlessness
                • Suicidal thoughts

                Depression can make it difficult to carry out day-to-day tasks and affect personal relationships.

                According to Psychiatry.org, depression affects nearly one in fifteen adults, with one in six people experiencing depression at least once in their lifetime. While there are common risk factors for depression (like hormones, brain chemistry, genetics, and environmental factors), depression can affect anyone.

                If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, talk to a doctor or mental health care provider right away.

                If you think you might hurt yourself or are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call your doctor or a suicide hotline to speak to a mental health professional. In the U.S., the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) or text 741741.

                Common Medication
                Treatment Options
                In addition to medication your doctor may prescribe, there are a variety of other treatment options that can be used alone, or in combination with one another, as prescribed by your doctor. These include:
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