This article on depression explains different approaches to counselling depressed people. It dwells particularly on imbalanced approaches that either oversimplify or complicate the issue. It ends by showing how counselling can give hope to the depressed.
This article considers an appropriate response to someone thinking about getting medication for depression. It's a response of compassion, one that wants to also help such individuals make an informed decision. The author also considers Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and argues that even "Christian CBT" is insufficient.
This article addresses those who want to offer support to friends or family of those struggling with depression, and offers helpful ways to serve them.
This article reviews some new research on non-medical treatment for depression. In particular, it looks at dietary supplements, exercise, Christian counselling,
This article considers new medical research on whether chemical imbalances such as low serotonin cause depression. The research concluded that it is likely that serotonin may not be a large factor in depression. Hodges explains why this is good news: it could lead to a more effective treatment for those with severe sadness.
This is part of a series of articles on the topic of depression. This article explains how to be depressed is to be entangled by death. It shows that a few passages in Hebrews can point a depressed person in the direction of life