International Journal of Depression and Anxiety is an open access, peer-reviewed, the multidisciplinary journal focusing on effective treatments for those patients experiencing panic attacks, anxiety attacks, phobia, and social phobia. The journal gathers various key symptoms of depression and anxiety and tries adapting new conventional methods in the rehabilitation of the disease.
Journal focus on the clinical and management aspects of anxiety and depression, the two of the most common mental health concerns in our society. The Journal publishes all types of articles such as research, reviews, cases, communications, etc., in the field of depressive, mood and anxiety disorders and their management. The journal is invited for contributions including but not limited to the topics of anxiety disorders, arithmomania, atypical depression, bipolar disorder, catatonic depression, depressive disorder, dysthymia, feeling, gerontophobia, hepatitis C, interferon therapy, interpersonal rejection, melancholia, mental and behavioral disorders, mood, nutritional deficiencies, panic disorder, postpartum depression, psychomotor retardation, sadness, upset, etc. All published articles are accepted after peer review process by highly qualified, expert reviewers to meet the objectives of the standard scientific publication.
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Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijda-2017/1710002
Linsu Thomas, Sailaxmi Gandhi and Jithin Thomas Parel
Article Type: Systematic Review | First Published: August 24, 2018
Women may go through a wide range of emotional experiences during pregnancy and the year following birth. In some cases it can result in depressive symptoms which need treatment and supportive interventions. Interventions like individual psychotherapy and counseling with an exploratory, participative approaches were most commonly practiced in low- and middle-income (LAMI) countries. The aim of this study is to investigate systematically the evide...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijda-2017/1710001
Vyjayanthi Subramanian and Prashanth Mayur
Article Type: Case Series | First Published: August 23, 2018
Traumatic events are a precursor for not only post traumatic stress disorder but also obsessive compulsive disorder, which tend to have a generally better outcome and response to interventions. Such cases have not been described from an Indian sub-continental background....
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