Depression is not a taboo, workshop with Srijoni Roy

Depression is not a taboo, workshop with Srijoni Roy

Workshops

July 12 | 11:30AM

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About the Event

People usually associate depression with emotions such as sadness or grief, but, in fact, more often it has more to do with the feeling of nothingness and lack of purpose – there is a difference between feeling depressed and having depression. Neither is much fun, but the latter in particular needs careful attention. Unfortunately, depression still feels very taboo. Despite the commendable efforts to raise awareness, educate, and advocate against social stigma around the globe, societies slyly tend to insist on cheerfulness, which is why a lot of people end up not only struggling but also feeling ostracized. The thing is, depression is not an uncommon problem. More than that, it’s not wrong.

About the artist/instructor: (Minimum 60 words): Srijoni Roy, being herself the depression survivor, has gone through massive depression after the demise of her dad. She was addicted to anti-depressant pills and later had to get rid of it. She took natural ways of combating depression through counselling and other ways. She then decided to help others to fight with this devil in the most natural ways, and hence started studying about Counselling and natural ways of combating depression. She started her own clinic Magic Heal to help people through counselling and natural ways to fight with depression. 

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