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Diagnosis and Treatment: Depression;Clinical Depression is a severe form of depression and is one of the most commonly known psychological disorders. Those that suffer from depression often feel taken over with sadness, loose interest in everyday pleasure, suffer from insomnia, and have difficulties concentrating on tasks (Morris & Maisto, 2012). The symptoms of depression can last for days, weeks, months, and even years if gone untreated. Depression can affect anyone no matter what age they may be (The Mayo Clinic Staff Staff, 2012). There are a wide variety of causes for depression, including biological differences, hormones, life events, and trauma as a child (The Mayo Clinic Staff, 2012). Research has found that some who suffer from depression have physical difference in their brain, hormonal changes such as menopause or thyroid issues, the loss of a loved one, or high levels of stress (The


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