“Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can reduce symptoms of depression in people who fail to respond to drug treatment“ BBC News report. A research study funded by National Institute for Health Research, UK was conducted by researchers from University of Bristol, University of Exeter and several other academic institutions in the UK. To read more……… http://www.bbc.com/news/health-20625639
Research studies indicated that people with depression or anxiety show less ability to adapt than those who have good emotional health. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy, focused on helping people who suffered from depression to understand their thoughts, emotions and behaviors, so that they learn to track, explore and modify their patterns of behaviour and thinking by developing new emotional management strategies and problem-solving capabilities both during and outside counseling sessions.
When people are feeling depressed or are suffering from depression with confirmed diagnosis, they will easily believe that nothing in their life seems to be hopeful or possible.It is because they do not realize that there are internal resources within them awaiting to be explored and utilized in something they have passion or show interest in doing.
A 32-year of Physics professor from Havard University who has already given the tenure status for his teaching position said in an interview that ‘when I encounter something that interest me, I am all fired up by my internal energy and potential’. Singtao Features- SingTao Daily, E18: 09-21-2015.