News | Posted on 14th Aug 2023
Depression affects millions of people worldwide, along with their families and caregivers. It’s essential for everyone to understand the significance of this often-hidden struggle, as awareness can pave the way for empathy, support, and ultimately, recovery.
Depression knows no boundaries of age, gender, or background. Its impact reverberates through homes, workplaces, and communities. By understanding the signs and symptoms of depression, we can recognise when someone may be suffering, offering a lifeline of compassion and assistance.
Equally important is recognising the significance of self-care in managing depression. Learning self-care techniques and understanding the barriers to self-care can empower individuals to take control of their mental health journey.
By attending our workshop on “Understanding Depression”, students will gain the tools to be a helpful resource for those facing this challenge. From identifying signs and symptoms to supporting recovery processes, understanding depression promotes a more compassionate and inclusive society.