Hi, I'd like to help you with your question.
Yes, Mirtazapine could certainly help you. It is extremely common for people to have to try many different medications before finding one that works for them. This is because everyone's body chemistry is different and therefore, how you react to a medication depends on how your body reacts.
Mirtazapine takes from 1 to 4 weeks to work so depending on when you began taking it, you should start to see a difference around that time.
You also mentioned having a mental health team working with you. Are you also in therapy then? As you mentioned, medication is a good way to help lift your mood, but it often is much more effective if you add therapy to your treatment. A therapist can help you explore why you feel the way you do and help you use cognitive behavioral strategies to change your thinking and help you cope better. They can also provide resources as well as continual support. They can also coordinate your care and see that you are provided with the answers you need to feel better.
Self help is also a great way to address your symptoms and find answers to your issues. Here are some resources you may not have tried yet:
Here is a guide on anti depressants to help you explore other options if the Mirtazapine doesn't work out:
The Depression Cure: The 6-Step Program to Beat Depression without Drugs by Stephen S. Ilardi
Keep trying and don't give up hope. You may respond very well to the medication. And through addition support, you can recover and manage your life as you wish to.
I hope this has helped you,