Dr Varudhini Kankipati talks about Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia), the risk factors and symptoms!
Persistent Depressive Disorder or Dysthymia is defined as a low mood occurring for at least two years, along with at least two other symptoms of depression. Examples of symptoms include lost interest in normal activities, hopelessness, low self-esteem, low appetite, low energy, sleep changes and poor concentration. Treatment includes medication and talks therapy.
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Dr Varudhini Kankipati, PhD is a practising psychologist who specializes in individual, family and group psychotherapy, working with children, adolescents, and adults. Her experience in behavioural health and psychotherapy counselling ranges from working with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, attention issues, addiction, abuse, grief and loss, adjustment issues, marriage and relationship issues, family developmental problems, and conflict resolution to trauma and crisis management.
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