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Meet Our Team Of Depression Psychiatrists

Overview

A low mood that persists for at least two years is known as persistent depressive disorder (also known as dysthymia). A person with persistent depressive disorder may experience episodes of major depression as well as periods of less severe symptoms, but the symptoms must remain for at least two years in order to be labelled with persistent depressive disorder. The goal of group therapy is to help you gain confidence in yourself and improve your social skills. The principles of group therapy can assist you in overcoming a variety of minor and serious disorders. Many support groups are tailored to a specific issue, such as depression, obesity, panic disorder, social anxiety, chronic pain, or substance misuse. Cadabam provides group therapy to persons dealing with depression and other mental health disorders. Cadabam’s multi-specialty team of professionals, which includes seasoned therapists and psychologists, uses an evidence-based approach to help clients achieve the best possible results.
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How many group therapy sessions do I need for depression?

Group therapy sessions have 6-12 sessions on average and vary depending on your condition, your professional’s advice and your group’s decisions.

Who takes group therapy sessions?

Group therapy sessions are taken by Clinical psychologists or counselling psychologists. A group therapy session typically has a therapist and co-therapist (optional).