Depression services offered in Las Vegas, NV


Unmanaged depression takes a toll on your physical and mental health. The depression care available at Recovery Psychiatric Services provides the support you need to overcome persistent sadness, guilt, and loss of interest in your favorite activities. Dr Fidelis Moseri, PMHNP-BC, DNP and the psychiatric team offer depression screenings for adults, adolescents and children aged 6 and over. We design a treatment plan ranging from medication management to psychotherapy/counseling  to stabilize your mood and restore your zest for life. Call the Las Vegas, Nevada, office to schedule a psychiatric evaluation for yourself, your child, and a loved one or book an appointment online today. 

What is depression?

Depression is a serious mental health disorder that can develop in adults and children. Persistent depression symptoms negatively affect how you feel, think, and behave.

The root cause of depression isn’t well understood, but your genetic background and brain chemistry can contribute to the disorder. You may also be at increased risk for depression due to traumatic life events, unmanaged stress, and low self-esteem.

Recovery Psychiatric Services offers comprehensive care for adults, adolescents and children aged 6 and up who need help managing depression. 

The experienced medical team takes an integrative approach to managing your existing symptoms and reducing the frequency of depressive episodes. They can also address anxiety and other mental health issues that can co-occur with depression. 

When should I seek medical attention for depression?

Schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Recovery Psychiatric Services if you or your child have depressive symptoms that are difficult to manage or interfere with your daily routine.

Symptoms of depression last for two weeks or longer and may include:

  • Persistent sadness
  • Worthlessness or guilt
  • Sleeping too much or too little
  • Difficulties making decisions
  • Loss of interest in usual activities
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • Lack of motivation

If you have thoughts about harming yourself or others or are considering suicide, call 911 or seek emergency medical attention at the nearest hospital.

How is depression treated?

Recovery Psychiatric Services offers in-office depression screenings to assess the frequency and severity of your symptoms. They also discuss how depression affects your day-to-day life and ability to care for yourself.

Based on the results of your evaluation, the team may recommend treatment strategies like:


Psychotherapeutic models, eg cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) help you identify negative thoughts and behaviors that depression causes. Therapy provides tools you can use to improve your mindset and make necessary lifestyle changes that support your mental and emotional health.


Antidepressants can restore balance in the chemicals in your brain that regulate your mood. The medications can also lower your risk for self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

The team may also suggest diet improvements, daily exercises, and mindfulness techniques you can use to boost your mood and support your overall mental wellness.

Call Recovery Psychiatric Services to schedule a diagnostic evaluation for depression for yourself or your child, or book an appointment online today.