December 4, 2012
December may be a month of parties and presents, but for many, it’s also a month of depression.
An estimated nine percent of adults in the U.S. suffer from depression at any given time, a disease that can take many different forms. For some, the holiday season is hard to cope with. For others, the onset of short, dark, winter days leads to seasonal affective disorder. On this program, Crystal Sarakas and guests talk about depression and some of the treatment options available.
Dr. Brandon Gibb, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training, Binghamton University
Dr. Greg Eells, Associate Director of Gannett Health Services, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, Cornell University
Dr. Matt Johnson, Associate Professor of Psychology, Binghamton University