Adressing Depression

Suicide is a topic that not many people want to talk about.

Martin López, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling at Baptist Health South Florida, affirms if someone doesn’t feel well, or any family member thinks that, it’s important to get some help and not to be afraid to ask people.

Dr. John Eustace, Medical Director of Care & Counseling with Baptist Health South Florida, says many times depression is hidden. “Sometimes we can’t diagnose it. Now we have some tools that are available to the public and they can talk privately.”

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