Depression is a psychiatric pathology, characterized by:

  • Persistent distress;
  • Loss of interest in activities that normally give pleasure;
  • Difficulty in carrying out the simplest daily actions;
  • Low self-esteem.

Depression can prevent people from working and taking part in family and social life, until they reach a real social and work disability, with consequences for the quality of life of the person and those close to him.

Depressive Disorder is a multifactorial disorder where genetic, biological and psychosocial aspects interact with each other.

Depression manifests itself through numerous symptoms, synthesized in four major areas:

  1. Somatics: sense of fatigue, nervousness, weight loss or gain, sleep disorders, lack of sexual desire, physical pain etc.;
  2. Emotional: sadness, anguish, despair, guilt, lack of hope in the future, loss of interest in any activity, etc.;
  3. Behavioral: reduction of daily activities, social isolation, passive behaviors, etc.;
  4. Cognitive: decision-making inability, disturbances in concentration and memory, slowed time perception, etc.

– Depression is melancholy minus its charm –
Susan Sontag


Psychological therapy is exceptionally powerful to get back in possession of the tools necessary to face and direct life. I’ll help you understand the best path to face and overcome your discomfort.