This is what Depression can look like...

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Sadness that just does not go away
Lack of interest & joy in most things
Lack of energy or constant fatigue
Feeling worthless, hopeless or guilty
Difficulty concentrating on day-to-day activities
Eating & sleeping too much or too little
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Unsure about your symptoms?

Take our depression test and get an instant report to understand your symptoms.

Try the Amaha approach to Depression

Based on our clinical expertise, decades of experience, and the latest science in depression care, we have created a programmatic approach to drive real change and improvement over time.
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Talk to a therapist

Understand your concerns in depth and get a treatment plan for your needs.
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Access self-care tools

Get recommendations for self-care tools that you can use between sessions to manage low mood.
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Consult a psychiatrist

Your therapist will direct you to a psychiatrist for diagnosis and medication support, if needed.
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Join the Community

You’re never alone - find peer support on our anonymised Depression Community group.

You can choose a treatment option that works for you

Our mission is to support you, every step of the way, with whatever you might need.

Let an Amaha therapist help you

  • Choose from our qualified experts who are specifically trained for depression support.
  • Access therapist-recommended tools for ongoing care and support between sessions.
  • Measure your progress and see real changes in your mental health over time.
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Speak to an Amaha psychiatrist

  • Undergo a thorough bio-psycho-social assessment with a psychiatrist to receive a comprehensive clinical diagnosis.
  • Get a personalised treatment plan with medication support (if needed!) for managing low mood and other symptoms.
  • Access ongoing medical care via easy prescription renewals & unlimited chat access to your psychiatrist.

Access personalised self-care with the Amaha App

  • Get a personalised depression self-care plan with 500+ activities to learn depression-management skills.
  • Talk to Allie, our 24*7 chatbot, in times of immediate need and distress.
  • Use our goal tracker & mood tracker to assess your progress and uplift your mood.
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Join the Amaha Community

  • Get access to a safe space that is regularly moderated by mental health experts.
  • Remain anonymous and share your feelings with peers in a judgement-free space.
  • Get help & advice in real-time on how to cope with the daily struggles of depression.

Not sure what kind of care you need?

Finding the right treatment is a key step in your mental health journey. Talk to one of our Mental Health Coaches to receive a personalised recommendation that will work for you.
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Your questions about Depression, answered

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Browse our resources on Depression

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If you’re watching someone struggle & want to help them, our support team can guide you.
At present, Amaha is not equipped to handle crisis cases. If you think you may have an emergency, call your doctor or the emergency helpline in your area immediately. If you're having suicidal thoughts, talk to a skilled, trained counsellor at a crisis centre in your area. You can also reach out to a suicide hotline in your country of residence here: Remember that it gets better.