Mental Health & Addiction Specialists located in Milwaukee and Germantown, WI, Portland, OR, Boulder, CO, St Petersburg, FL, Pro Valley, AZ, Reno, NV and Sherian, WY


About 30% of American adults have depression during their life, and this often-debilitating condition is surging to record highs today. At Trilogy Behavioral Health Services, board-certified nurse practitioner Nikki Myles, NP, and the team of dedicated mental health professionals provide a path to recovery tailored to your needs. The main offices are in Germantown and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with additional telehealth-based offices in Reno, Nevada; Sheridan, Wyoming; Oro Valley, Arizona; St. Petersburg, Florida; Boulder, Colorado; and Portland, Oregon. Call the nearest location or book your appointment online now for depression support. 

Depression Q & A

What does depression look like?

Many people with depression describe it as deep painful sadness that doesn’t fade. Depression affects your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and its specific effects may be unique to the person. Some of the most common symptoms are:

  • Inability to feel joy or hope
  • Low energy
  • Increasing isolation (avoiding loved ones)
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Feelings of guilt
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Feelings of failure
  • Appetite and weight changes
  • Sleep changes
  • Persistent thoughts of death

Depression can also lead to physical issues like chronic muscle aches, abdominal pain, or headaches. 

In addition, more than 45% of people with depression have an anxiety disorder at some point. Anxiety symptoms may blend with depression symptoms sometimes, but anxiety generally causes issues like nervousness, agitation, and unreasonable fear. 

When do I need help with depression?

When faced with persistent sadness, many people question if they really need help for something that could go away on its own. But, unfortunately, depression doesn’t go away without professional help. It lasts for weeks or potentially far longer if you don’t get the support you need.

If ongoing feelings of sadness negatively affect your life your job, relationships, sleep, or general wellbeing it’s time to contact Trilogy Behavioral Health Services. 

If you’re struggling with feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness, or despair that might lead you to harm yourself or others, it’s a mental health emergency, and you need help right away. Don’t hesitate to reach out — you are not alone and the team has specialized expertise in leading patients through depression and out to the other side.

What is depression treatment like?

Depression treatment paths vary for every patient at Trilogy Behavioral Health Services. The team performs mental health evaluations, makes a diagnosis, designs personalized depression treatment plans, and supports you throughout your recovery using whole-body holistic medicine.

In many cases, medication management is beneficial for patients with depression. Medication can correct problems with neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) that control mood and feelings to give you remarkable relief. 

Additionally, many people with depression get excellent benefits from psychotherapy. It can help you learn more about why depression happens and give you powerful tools to manage it. 

Call Trilogy Behavioral Health Services or click online booking for depression help from the experts.