top of page



Depression is a mental health condition characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of interest or pleasure in activities that were once enjoyable. It is more than just feeling down or having a bad day; depression is a long-lasting and pervasive condition that can significantly impact a person's daily life, thoughts, and physical health.

Common features of depression include:

  1. Persistent Sadness: Individuals with depression often experience an ongoing feeling of sadness that lasts for weeks or even months.

  2. Loss of Interest or Pleasure: People with depression may lose interest in activities they once enjoyed, including hobbies, social interactions, and work.

  3. Fatigue and Low Energy: Depression can lead to constant tiredness, even after a full night's sleep, and a lack of energy to carry out daily tasks.

  4. Difficulty Concentrating: Concentration and decision-making abilities may become impaired, making it challenging to focus on tasks or make choices.

  5. Changes in Appetite and Weight: Depression can lead to changes in appetite, resulting in weight loss or gain.

  6. Sleep Disturbances: Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep) or hypersomnia (excessive sleep) are common in individuals with depression.

  7. Feelings of Guilt or Worthlessness: People with depression often have low self-esteem and may harbor excessive guilt or feelings of worthlessness.

  8. Psychomotor Agitation or Retardation: Some individuals may exhibit restlessness and nervousness, while others may slow down physically and mentally.

  9. Recurrent Thoughts of Death or Suicide: Depressed individuals may have recurring thoughts of death, dying, or even suicidal thoughts and behaviors.

Types of depression:

  1. Major Depressive Disorder (MDD): Also known as clinical depression, MDD is characterized by persistent and severe symptoms such as low mood, loss of interest or pleasure in activities, and changes in appetite or sleep.

  2. Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia): This type involves long-term (chronic) symptoms of depression that may not be as severe as MDD but last for at least two years.

  3. Bipolar Disorder: People with bipolar disorder experience periods of depression (bipolar depression) and periods of mania or hypomania, which are characterized by elevated mood, increased energy, and impulsivity.

  4. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): SAD is a type of depression that occurs seasonally, typically in the fall and winter months when there is less natural sunlight.

  5. Postpartum Depression: Occurs in some women after giving birth and is characterized by feelings of sadness, anxiety, and exhaustion.

  6. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD): A severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) that leads to significant mood disturbances and physical symptoms before menstruation.

  7. Atypical Depression: This type of depression includes symptoms such as increased appetite, weight gain, excessive sleep, and a heightened sensitivity to rejection.

  8. Psychotic Depression: In addition to depressive symptoms, individuals with psychotic depression experience hallucinations or delusions.

  9. Situational Depression: Also known as adjustment disorder with depressed mood, this type of depression arises as a response to specific life stressors or traumatic events.

  10. Substance-Induced Mood Disorder: Depression can be triggered or exacerbated by substance abuse or withdrawal from drugs or alcohol.

  11. Double Depression: Occurs when someone with persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia) experiences episodes of major depressive disorder.

  12. Melancholic Depression: A subtype of MDD characterized by severe physical symptoms such as loss of appetite, weight loss, and a distinct quality of mood that is worse in the morning.

  13. Catatonic Depression: In this type, individuals may exhibit unusual physical symptoms, such as motor immobility or excessive motor activity.

  14. Anxious Depression: Depression with significant symptoms of anxiety, including excessive worry, restlessness, and tension.

  15. Treatment-Resistant Depression: When depression does not respond adequately to standard treatments like medication and psychotherapy.

It's essential to remember that depression can manifest differently in each individual, and some people may experience a combination of these types. Accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment are crucial for managing depression effectively, and it is always recommended to seek help from a mental health professional if you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of depression.

Services We Offer:

Depression is a multifaceted condition that affects individuals differently. Our personalized approach to treatment and counseling is designed to address your unique needs and challenges. We believe in a holistic approach to mental health, integrating various therapeutic techniques and modalities to promote healing and well-being. Our services include:

  1. Individual Counseling: Our licensed therapists work one-on-one with you to explore the underlying causes of your depression, develop coping strategies, and guide you toward a path to recovery.

  2. Group Therapy: Joining a supportive community of individuals who understand what you're going through can be incredibly beneficial. Group therapy sessions offer a safe space to share experiences, gain insights, and build connections.

  3. Medication Management: For some individuals, medication may be an effective component of depression treatment. Our psychiatrists can assess your needs and provide medication management when appropriate.

  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is a widely recognized approach for depression treatment. Our therapists are trained in CBT techniques to help you identify and change negative thought patterns.

  5. Mindfulness and Relaxation Techniques: Learning to manage stress and anxiety can significantly impact depression. We teach mindfulness and relaxation techniques to help you regain control over your emotions.

  6. Nutritional Counseling: Proper nutrition can play a crucial role in managing depression. Our registered dietitians can work with you to create a diet plan that supports your mental health.

Why Choose Us:

  • Experienced Team: Our team of mental health professionals has years of experience in treating depression and related disorders.

  • Personalized Care: We tailor our treatment plans to meet your specific needs and goals.

  • Evidence-Based Practices: We utilize proven therapeutic techniques to ensure the best possible outcomes.

  • Confidential and Supportive Environment: Your privacy and comfort are paramount to us. We provide a safe and welcoming space for your healing journey.

  • MBBS, MD Psychiatry

    30 min

    750 Indian rupees


bottom of page