Depression treatment in the UK: Male perspective. Haven’t subscribed to the channel yet? – https://tinyurl.com/y4yab8cr
Thank you for checking out my video on Depression treatment in the UK, from a man’s perspective. Here I discuss some of my thoughts on this particular topic from the (male) perspective, having suffered clinical depression/Dysthymia and studied it at university.
My name is Adam, and I suffered clinical depression for well over 10 years; I thankfully was able to recover and go to university to study Psychology, where I discovered a passion for helping people.
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