Many of us need depression help, yet struggle to find a resource for depression treatment that feels nurturing and positive in nature. At A Place of Hope, we provide compassionate, supportive and insightful depression therapy that is effective because it addresses mind, body and spirit. Ours is a residential treatment center based in Edmonds, Washington, and is home to a "whole person" approach to recovery not found at other treatment centers and clinics. We have seen tremendous, lasting results using this approach, and offer it to you as a pathway to regaining balance and happiness in your life. Seek the mental health help you need at our Center for Counseling and Health Resources.
Our whole person approach to treatment for depression addresses every aspect of you as a human being, including the:
Visitors to our treatment centers and clinics thrive in this approach to treatment, which is administered by a staff of specialists that includes:
For those suffering from depression, it can sometimes seem like there is no end in sight to their suffering. The truth is that there is always hope, and it is within your reach.
The ultimate goal of treatment is to facilitate a lasting recovery, and you will find the foundation of support you'll need to create that recovery at A Place of Hope. Our clients have the ability to focus exclusively on their recovery away from the pressures of home, and are encouraged to be themselves and share their experiences at every turn.
If you or a loved one are seeking help for depression, we invite you to consider a stay at A Place of Hope. Make this the day your personal healing begins, and know that help and hope are on the way.
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