Ontario Brain Institute: Your options for dealing with depression

At the latest OBI talk, hear experts discuss how to make informed decisions about your mental health
By Daniel Kitts - Published on Oct 06, 2020
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The psychological stress many people are experiencing during the pandemic has put only more focus on the issue of mental health and depression.

But talking openly about depression is different from knowing what to do about it. The good news is that there is now a host of therapies available. The not-so-good news is that, while one treatment might work for someone, it might not work as well for someone else.

If you’re looking for some clarity on different therapies for depression, you can visit this page between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on October 6 to watch a livestream of “Dealing with depression: What are your options?” — a talk hosted by the Ontario Brain Institute.


At the event, moderated by Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard, doctors will discuss psychotherapy, medication, brain stimulation, self-care, and other therapies — and provide tips on how to make informed decisions about your mental health.

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