... talk about it.He has no problem giving up the pain meds but when I bring up depression he acts like he didn't even hear me.
Also a psychologist or any registered psychotherapist. Although they do not prescribe antidepressants and such, they do evluate you and will suggest what you can do and what meds your doctor should prescribe. It is less expensive to do it that way and you are already on the right course to learn what is missing in your life and work towards a better life.
The psychiatrist, if in a larger group or clinic, will see you for brief apps called med checks. If your insurance will cover therapy with a psychiatrist then start there. If not, try above. Also check your insurance to know what is covered.
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