Why choose Mayo ClinicBy Mayo Clinic Staff
July 06, 2016
- Expertise. Experts in psychiatry and psychology at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota provide treatment for mood disorders. The Mayo Clinic Depression Center offers an Adult Mood Clinic and Adult Mood Program for outpatients, and an inpatient Adult Mood Disorders Unit. Experts in childhood mood disorders provide a Pediatric Mood Clinic as well as a two-week outpatient group program for youths called Child and Adolescent Integrated Mood Program (CAIMP).
- Experience. Specialists at Mayo Clinic treat thousands of people with mood disorders every year, including people with treatment-resistant mood disorders.
- Specialized assessment. A team of specially trained clinical staff provides a personalized assessment that assures your treatment is tailored to your needs.
- Latest diagnostic and treatment techniques. Mayo Clinic doctors use the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment for mood disorders. Depending on your needs, this could include psychological and genetic or metabolic testing.
- Research to improve treatment. Mayo Clinic experts conduct and participate in the latest research to determine the causes of mood disorders and improve effective treatments. You may be eligible to participate in clinical research studies and genomics testing related to treatment of mood disorders.
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