Depressed individuals who had stayed in rehabilitation centres have reported reduced anxiety and stress, enhanced self-confidence, body acceptance, higher self-esteem, improved physical and mental health, and a more optimistic outlook on life.
Depressed individuals, usually with severe depression, who find it unable to cope with their daily life including work, home, and relationships, especially those with suicidal ideations are best suited for a rehab centre for depression. If going for regular appointments with the psychiatrist and therapist are challenging, the individual’s life is at risk, and/ or the individual chooses to indulge their routine in a setting only meant for their recovery, in-patient rehabilitation settings should be considered.
A rehabilitation centre for depression usually offers individual therapy, group therapy, psychoeducational classes, family therapy, yoga, meditation, art therapy, psychiatric consultations, recreational activities, etc.
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