Mental Health Journal Guide- Depression
A journal guide is an important factor in the process of discovering your own strengths and weaknesses, which is also the first step to building on strengths and working on weaknesses! Reflect each week on previous weeks' journal entries, and you'll learn more and more about yourself and your mental health as you progress through the guide over the entire year.
Before you can transform yourself, or even just find contentment and happiness, you must know where to look for gratitude, how to be emotionally intelligent, how to recognize and approach your depressive signs and symptoms, and also how to take care of yourself! This combination of healthy expression is proven to lead to a long-term and strong feeling of improvement from depression and related-symptoms!
To get a sneak peek of 4 journal prompts, click here!
What is depression?
"Depression (major depressive disorder or clinical depression) is a common but serious mood disorder. It causes severe symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working. To be diagnosed with depression, the symptoms must be present for at least two weeks." -National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Note: This journal guide shouldn't replace professional treatment! It should be used as a helpful aid in the improvement of depression and recovery.
How Do I Know If I Have Depression?
Take your time with this journal guide and be easy on yourself! Go at your own pace and remember to try your best, whatever your best may be.
We've noticed some prompts are similar toward the end of the journals. Therefore, if you want all three journal guides we offer a discount code for buy 2 get 1 free! Use the code 'journals2' to get the third journal guide free.
When purchasing this mental health guide, please remember that although it is an ebook it is not public property and is copyrighted. Do not plagiarize the journal prompts in any way, and do not re-sell, distribute, or release content from any of the journal guides.
For therapists and professionals:
This journal guide is available for use by professionals in professional settings, such as licensed therapists, psychologists, teachers, etc. and can be used with clients.