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More Than 500,000 Greeks Suffer From Depression

The economic crisis in Greece has led to an increase in mental disorders, with depression being the most common as more than half million Greeks suffer from it. The data regarding the increase in mental disorders were presented during the...

Economic Crisis Leaves 44% of Greeks with Poor Mental Health

Depression, anxiety, frustration, fear, disappointment and anger are some of the negative emotions that 44 percent of Greeks feel as a result of the economic crisis, according to research. In a study conducted by GPO on behalf of the National...

Greek PM Tsipras Inaugurates Therapeutic Community for Detained Drug Users

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras inaugurated on Monday, the independent therapeutic community KETHEA-Prometheus for detained drug users. "It is a window of hope," Tsipras underlined. He stressed that this therapeutic community constitutes a new approach to the prison policy, which...

Growing Worry Over Depression in Greece

The World Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation has focused on Greece and the effects of austerity after almost three years of deep budget cuts. The 11th Congress of the organization took place in Milan, Italy and was focused on psychological health...