A new book has emerged, entitled “The Collection 2012”, which focuses on depression in the Indian society and its treatments.
This book is the first to look at the Indian healthcare system and how depression is treated in India, and it is available on Amazon India, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Amazon Italy and Amazon Spain.
The book is available for free on Amazon in India.
“The Collection” is the product of a two-year study by the Delhi-based Institute for Medical and Social Research (IMSS), which examined how people deal with depression and suicide in India and its treatment.
The book is an overview of depression in Indian society, and is intended to be a guide for doctors and patients.
“The collection 2012 is an excellent resource for people who are contemplating suicide, for families dealing with depression, and for the public.
It also offers practical tips for the healthcare system, such as counselling, medications, support groups, support centres, counselling rooms and the like.
In addition, the book has some recommendations for the patients and their family.”
The collection is based on the books “Socially Distressed: Mental Health, Mental Health Services and the Practice of Psychiatry” and “Mindfulness for Health: The Practice of Mental Health Care in India” and has also been published in a few other languages.
The Indian Psychiatric Association (IPA) said in a statement that the book was published “to inform the Indian public on depression and its care and support in India”.
“We hope this will contribute to improving the mental health and mental health services of our country,” the IPA said.
India has more than 3,000 suicide prevention centres.
More than 80 per cent of them are funded by the Ministry of Health.
India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies.