Depression Guide (Downloadable PDF)

February 19, 2021   •  Posted in: 

Here is Dr. Gregory Jantz’s FREE Depression Guide. This guide is meant to be informative and provide helpful comments and tips for conversation starters for pastoral staff, counselors, and individuals working with someone struggling with depression.

It is not intended to be a substitute for treatment or professional care. If you or a loved one is struggling with depression, please seek professional help.

Call The Center • A Place of HOPE to speak with an admissions specialist, or to receive information about resources in your local area. Below is a link to download your free guide:

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Dr. Gregory Jantz

Pioneering Whole Person Care over thirty years ago, Dr. Gregory Jantz is an innovator in the treatment of mental health. He is a best-selling author of over 45 books, and a go-to media authority on behavioral health afflictions, appearing on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CNN. Dr. Jantz leads a team of world-class, licensed, and...

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