Depression Specialist

Psychiatric Treatment located in Clinton, MD

Depression services offered in Clinton, MD

Over 7% of the United States population experiences depression in a given year. At Standard Healthcare Plus, LLC, Eric Yenchi, MSN, PMHNP-BC, Berenice Anjeh, CRNP-PMH, and Collette Odibo, MSN, CRNP, PMHNP-BC, provide testing and treatment of Depression in people ages 18 and older. To make an appointment in Clinton, Maryland, call the office or request an appointment today.

Depression Support Offered in Clinton, MD

What is depression?

Depression is the most common of all mental illnesses and can appear at any age. You may be diagnosed with depression if your symptoms last for at least two weeks and have a notable impact on your well-being and ability to function.

Some assume that depression is just a period of sadness and that your mood bounces back eventually. However, this is not the case. Depression is severe enough to affect your energy, focus, and interest in activities you normally enjoy.

When you visit Standard Healthcare Plus LLC. with concerns about depression, the team provides a detailed mental health assessment. A full psychiatric evaluation identifies depression and any other mental health disorders affecting you.

How can I tell if I have depression?

ou should take stock of your feelings from day to day. Even if you’re not the first to notice a change in your temperament, someone close to you might ask about changes in your habits and demeanor.

Some of the most common signs and symptoms of depression are:

  • Sadness
  • Hopelessness
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Guilt
  • Loss of interest in your typical favorite things
  • Low energy or fatigue
  • Sleep changes
  • Appetite changes
  • Thoughts of death or suicide
  • Aches and pains

Calling or requesting an appointment with Standard Healthcare Plus LLC is the first step in getting the personalized help you need to minimize your symptoms.

How can I manage my depression?

Standard Healthcare LLC provides multiple evidence-based options for depression, including treatment-resistant depression. The team might suggest: Counseling or psychotherapy

Through counseling or psychotherapy, you can develop coping skills to deal with your depression symptoms and the changes that happen in your life because of them. The team might recommend simple changes you can make to your routine to improve your mood and sleep.


Antidepressants are medications that alter your brain chemicals to help alleviate symptoms of depression. Ketamine infusions

Ketamine infusions are a novel treatment for treatment-resistant depression. Ketamine was once only a pain medication but is now used for mental health in some cases too.

Call Standard Healthcare Plus LLC or request an appointment online for personalized depression care today.