Depression on the Rise in Topeka

Dr. Wichman could be found this week on FOX43 discussing the latest rise in depression. The rise in Topeka stems from stress, school and the pandemic. Much like Covid, kids are not immune to depression or anxiety and can be especially challenging to pick up. The key is to ask your kids and friends if they are doing okay and if they need help.

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We are definitely seeing a rise in depression and anxiety in patients during the pandemic

Dr. Wichman

Like Dr. Wichman says in the interview, COVID-19 increases the suffering for those with depression and anxiety. If you or someone you know is suffering, please reach out and speak out for help. Breakaway is here to help with deep TMS and psychiatric services. Contact us today if you or someone you know needs help!

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