1990, the Depression Support Group Association (DSGA) has been successfully
helping people, whose lives have been distorted by depression, insecurity,
loneliness, social phobia, low self-esteem and unsatisfying relationships,
through it's groups, programmes and individual therapy.
has helped them to find to find positive alternatives to depression
and has opened the door to a fulfilling life. That process
is moved forward by conveners who have had personal experience of
depression. They conduct the groups in a friendly, sociable
environment that helps members enjoy what life has to offer.
programmes are designed to help participants change, and then provide
the opportunity to put the change into effect. They offer
a chance to move on from the past pattern of their life's defeat
and despair, and to be able to take opportunities which we can also
assist in facilitating.
note that the DSGA is based, and convenes, in London only.
can't change the past - but you can change to have a better
“It has been a life changing
am amazed how far I have come since my break down in January.
I have learnt so much about myself and that I am worth valuing I
intend to hold on to that.”
will begin a masters degree in psychotherapy. Life is exciting for
me and I no longer feel that powerful forces control me.
My partner is well she is loving our new home and she believes my
therapy was useful for her and our relationship.”
know I can’t change the past but this has helped me with my
experienced a subtle but profound effect –
I’m still not exactly sure how and why but I have decided
to not worry about it too much."
encouragement I received has helped me think, and from that core
insight I have developed strength confidence maturity and a new
career, all this would have been improbable only a little time ago.”
like to thank you and the others on the programme for all your help
wisdom and affection and I most needed it.”
last I’m doing what the group encouraged"
been able to help myself lately because of my experience with the
therapy that’s part of the programme”
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