Depression is widely prevalent..

300 million people suffer from depression and mood related disorders at any point in time. 

These conditions include:

  • Depression

  • General Anxiety 

  • Panic Disorder

  • Self-Harm / Suicide

  • Substance Abuse/Addiction

You can learn to thrive.

Survivors of Child Abuse and Sexual Violence may have one or more of these conditions as well. This is a direct effect of the trauma they have gone through.


The impact of these conditions will likely spill beyond your suffering into your work, relationships. In some situations, life may feel overwhelming. With the support of loved ones and professional help, you can learn to manage your mental health and indeed thrive! 

Treatment for depression

The good news is that depression is treatable.

The good news is that depression is treatable and a fulfilling life is possible. Overcoming the stigma of seeking help is the first step towards getting better. Treatments for depression fall into two main categories (but many sufferers will need both): those that involve talking to a professional and those involving prescribed drugs. We also explore self-care practice as an anchor for well being.

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