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Depression Support Group Association

This organisation offers support and therapy groups for those who suffer from depression.

It is run by individuals with personal experience who are trained in the origins and management of the condition. 

The support groups focus on:

  • Shyness and social anxiety
  • Personal relationships
  • Low self-esteem
  • Depression and depressive anxiety
  • Loneliness

They also offer individual therapy.

Click here to visit their website.

Address:
37b New Cavendish Street, London, W1M 8JR
Telephone:
020 7328 8391
Sector:
Public

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