A single girl with single parent, required therapy at age 33 for treatment of depressed mood, chronic thoughts and having no social contact for many months. She had spent mostly of her time alone in home, lying in bed, crying spell. She got married at the age of 30 but after one year she has been divorced because of her disease, after that she felt hurt and angry when her mother and aunt did not pay enough attention to her. She was the only child. She felt alone through her school years and had spells of feeling depressed. Within her family, she was known for angry outbursts. “It was serious, for someone to be feeling depressed and aggressive,” she said. After many outdoor psychiatry and psychological treatment, her mother and aunt took her to The New Inception Drug Addiction and Psychological Health Care Center (TNI). to get help. Family was very cooperative. Initially, she was admitted for 90 days. Slowly, she started to improve with treatment. On the other side family was engaged in family counselling sessions where they learned about the disease recovery and management. During treatment she says she doesn’t want to trust people but still wants to get better for her mother. Pervasive distrust and suspicion of others and her motives. She makes a perception of innocent remarks or nonthreatening situations as personal. Through hard work at and consistent counseling, her life is changing. Support and accountability in therapy enabled her to learn and deal to regulate her moods and emotions. After competed her 90 days treatment her emotions and thought are managing, she is coming for follow up session and also working on her life accepts. At the end she says” Thank you for providing the RAY OF HOPE

Client’s friend encouraged her to seek treatment for her severe anxiety and depression because her mental stress was beginning to affect her personality and mental health. She was reluctant to go for mental health professional because of stigma and social barrier. On the other hand, her family was realized that she is suffering from problem which thy can’t handle or deal it, they counsel her and then they decided to bring her to The New Inception Drug Addiction and Psychological Health Care Center (TNI).

Yet the 38 years old female was reluctant when she visited the mental health professionals. would this work? Do people ever get better? Questions continued.

The counselor taught Client ways to decrease anxiety and depression. Months later, she realized she was indeed feeling better than when she started counseling. Soon the she is getting better and began sharing her success with others, recommending the benefits of professional counseling.
She now looks at the big picture in how far she has come and doesn’t let the small stresses overwhelm her anymore more.
She is also better at managing mental health symptoms now her physical health has improved.
At most recent session, her counselor recommended a plan for discharge. People do get better with counseling. She
learned that counseling works
She said “my illness was common case for others but my family and friends felt it and they engaged me with very professional and trust able therapist, because of them my illness was be treated.

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