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Depression is a mental illness that affects a person’s mood—the way a person feels. Mood impacts the way people think about themselves, relate to others, and interact with the world around them. This is more than a ‘bad day’ or ‘feeling blue.’ Without supports like treatment, depression can last for a long time.

Signs of depression include feeling sad, worthless, hopeless, guilty, or anxious a lot of the time. Some feel irritable or angry. People lose interest in things they used to enjoy and may withdraw from others. Depression can make it hard to focus on tasks and remember information. It can be hard to concentrate, learn new things, or make decisions. Depression can change the way people eat and sleep, and many people experience physical health problems.

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Thought Diary Pro

Moody Me- Mood Diary and Tracker

Depression Screening

MoodKit

Gratitude Journal

      Depression CBT self help guide

       Positive Thinking

     Cognitive Diary CBT self- Help

     T2 Mood Tracker

    Depression Inventory

    NH Depression Info

     Mood Gym provides a research-based, self-directed cognitive behavior therapy program for depression and improved coping.  Participants must register with the site and agree to its terms to access the free program.

Help Guide provides practical, motivating information you can use to help yourself and others. From abuse and addictions to stress and schizophrenia, this website covers a wide range of topics.

The Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all Canadians and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.

Here to Help offers skills for handling stress, depression, difficult emotions and body image.

This simple, online mental health quiz can help identify some symptoms of common mood disorders

Students Against Depression offers students comprehensive information and discussions about: What depression is and how it works, what contexts depression flourishes in, self-help strategies for tackling depression, and how to get further support and help

HeadsUpGuys is part of the Men’s Depression and Suicide Network, a Canada-wide initiative to develop resources, services, and programs to improve the mental health and well-being of men