Common Conditions We Treat
Major depressive disorder, often referred to as depression, is a common illness that can affect anyone. For the average American, it estimated that about 20% of people will experience depression at one point in their lives. It is estimated that over 19 million Americans will experience some form of depression each year.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive disorder, is a common mood disorder in which people have periods of extreme mood swings that can range from manic highs to severe depression. Bipolar disorder affects at least one in 70 people. In the United States, approximately 6 million adults have bipolar disorder.
Anxiety disorders are the most common of emotional disorders and affect more than 25 million Americans. Anxiety disorders differ from normal feelings of nervousness. Untreated anxiety disorders can push people into avoiding situations that trigger or worsen their symptoms.
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The ultimate goal is to bring depression out of the closet and to have outreach and treatment. The country should have an infrastructure for depression, such as it has for cancer.
George Wiegers,Founding Chair Emeritus
Our team-based approach to health care and integration into primary care is revolutionizing the health care landscape.
Marshall Thomas, MD,Executive Director
I’m extremely happy with and confident in treatment as prescribed by Dr. Schneck. Clinical depression has been a problem for me for several decades, and I feel better now than any time in the past.
Patient,Johnson Depression Center
By bringing some of the best and brightest minds together, we have grown our patient capacity by nearly 200%.
Matt Mishkind, PhD,Deputy Director
I feel more comfortable here than anywhere else I have been.
Adolescent Patient,Johnson Depression Center
Our innovative work around telehealth and telepsychiatry is really exciting. We are bringing care to patients no matter where they live.
Jay Shore, MD, MPH,Director of Telemedicine
It was such a seamless process. I just though I needed sleeping pills for a long flight but found the root of my restlessness. Now, I’m a regular patient of Dr. Hubley’s and am better equipped to manage my anxiety.