National Institute of Mental Health          National Mental Health Organization   

866-615-6464                                                 800-969-6642 www.nmha.org

www.nimh.nih.gov

Depression & Bipolar Support                    National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

Alliance 800-826-3632                                800-950-6264 www.nami.org

www.dbsalliance.org    

American Association for Marriage
& Family Therapists

703-838-9808
www.AAMFT.org


American Psychological Association
800-374-2721
www.apa.org       
                                                               

Georgia Psychological Association
404-634-6272                                                            

 www.gapsychology.org 

 




Life holds many challenges.  Transitions are particularly difficult to manage.  Symptoms of depression or anxiety may arise and new coping skills may be required.  Depression is often characterized by feelings of sadness or lethargy which interfere with daily living.  Depression may also be expressed in feelings of intense anger, or destructive behaviors such as substance abuse.   Feeling overly anxious and fearful  may be symptoms of  clinical anxiety.  Anxiety can also reduce your ability to conduct your life in a satisfactory way.  If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, anxiety or other symptoms of distress, please contact a professional in the mental health field.  Many symptoms of emotional/mental health are treatable.