Depression Se Mukti
Non-Fiction

Depression Se Mukti

Overview

"Can’t sleep soundly? Don’t feel like stepping out of the house? Having suicidal thoughts? You might be depressed and don’t know it yet. According to a WHO study, a mindboggling 35.9 percent of India suffers from Major Depressive Episodes (MDE). Yet depression remains a much evaded topic, quietly brushed under the carpet by most of us. In Beating the Blues, India’s leading clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and trauma researcher Seema Hingorrany provides a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to treating depression, examining what the term really means, its signs, causes, and symptoms. The book will equip you with: • Easy-to-follow self-help strategies and result-oriented solutions • Ways of preventing a depression relapse • Everyday examples, statistics, and interesting case-studies • Workbooks designed for Seema’s clients With clients ranging from celebrities and models to teenagers, married couples, and children, Seema decodes depression for you. Informative and user-friendly, with a foreword by Indu Shahani, the Sheriff of Mumbai, Beating the Blues is an invaluable guide for those who want to deal with depression but don’t know how"

Seema Hingorrany
Seema Hingorrany
Dr Seema Hingorrany is the country’s leading clinical psychologist and relationship and EMDR therapist. She deals with patients battling with loneliness and depression and provides counselling to a host of people ranging from married couples, children, and housewives to models, celebrities and drug- and alcohol-abused patients. She writes regularly for leading dailies like DNA, the Times of India, and Mumbai Mirror, providing expert advice on such issues. She resides in Mumbai, India.
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