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Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone

REMEDY wellbeing for Sierra Leone

Depression Rehab

 

The REMEDY wellbeing depression clinic exists as an oasis of calm in the storm of mental unease. A place to get better and recover fully from all mental health issues, including depression & anxiety. The REMEDY specializes in delivering successful, professional and affordable luxury treatment, placing long term recovery and deep integrity at the heart of everything we do.

Specializations | Therapist in Sierra Leone, Depression & Anxiety Clinic in Sierra Leone, Sex Addiction, Love Addiction, Drug Rehab in Sierra Leone, Alcohol Addiction Rehab Center in Sierra Leone, Trauma Treatment in Sierra Leone, Substance Abuse Treatment Center Sierra Leone, Anxiety, Depression, Gambling Life Crisis, Eating Disorder Treatment in Sierra Leone, Secondary Rehab, Smoking Cessation, Process Addictions, Outpatient Suboxone Clinic in Sierra Leone.

 

Full Online Program | The REMEDY @ Home is a monthly program with an investment of between USD $45.000 and $75.000 per month

 

The Remedy Wellbeing Signature Program | Designed for maximum flexibility online around the needs of its clients, from USD $18.000 per month

 

Full Residential Concept | REMEDY costs from USD $304,000 per week

 

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Tripnotherapy™ was awarded Overall Winner: Luxury Psychedelic Retreat in 2020, 2021 & 2022 by Worlds Best Rehab Magazine. Exceptional, Expansive Psychedelic Retreats. Therapeutically Led & Medically Managed.

 

Unlike traditional ceremonial retreats, Psychedelic-assisted therapy involves intense therapy alongside the ingestion of a classical psychedelic such as psilocybin, ketamine, or ayahuasca.

 

Tripnotherapy™ by REMEDY is the Worlds finest Luxury Psychedelic Retreat. Guests include highly motivated individuals keen to experience spiritual connection and mental healing.

Price | Luxury Tripnotherapy retreats cost from USD $8000 pp

Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone

REMEDY Wellbeing Rehab in Sierra Leone holds multiple awards for its dedication and commitment to long term recovery and remission from depression, anxiety and mental unease.

 

Sadness from time to time is a natural emotion that people of all ages, sexes, and nationalities experience. However, some people live with sadness every day of their life which paralyzes them. The sadness makes it difficult to complete everyday tasks. The feeling doesn’t go away and it impacts other parts of the sufferer’s life.

 

If you are in Sierra Leone and have experienced or are experiencing sadness that doesn’t fade away, you may be suffering from depression. Depression is a mental health issue that can be successfully treated by the REMEDY Depression Clinic, allowing you to live a fulfilling life.

 

You may have attempted to treat depression on your own in Sierra Leone or with local medical providers. Unfortunately, most of the Doctors and Psychiatrists in Sierra Leone prescribe serious life-changing medication as the first and only solution. They may recommend therapy, yet more often than not in Sierra Leone this therapy is not intense enough to solve the issues.  REMEDY wellbeing works with the most progressive and highly trained Psychiatrists in Europe and across the world, with therapists and medical teams who are world leaders in treatment-resistant depression.

 

By changing your lifestyle or aspects of your life, you may have tried to improve the way you feel. This doesn’t always work, but is a common way for people to self-treat their depression. Others use drugs and alcohol to self-medicate.1https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3181767/ There are other individuals who simply hope the depression they feel fades away on its own. Untreated depression may not fade away and can ultimately become worse over time. Depression may harm your personal life and career. It can also damage relationships with friends, family, and loved ones.

 

Residential depression treatment in Sierra Leone at The REMEDY depression clinic is available to help you shake the sadness that prevails. Our Depression clinic can give you back the life that has slipped away due to feelings of sadness.

 

The REMEDY Depression Clinic is an award-winning depression rehab, situated in Southern Spain, a short journey from Sierra Leone. The REMEDY Depression rehab offers clients a non-judgmental, discreet and individual program of recovery, in luxurious and comfortable surroundings, with friendly and qualified staff.

Sierra Leone (, also UK: /siˌɛərə -/, ), officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, colloquially Salone, is a country on the southwest coast of West Africa. It is bordered by Liberia to the southeast and Guinea surrounds the northern half of the nation. Covering a total area of 71,740 km2 (27,699 sq mi), Sierra Leone has a tropical climate, with diverse environments ranging from savanna to rainforests. The country has a population of 7,092,113 as of the 2015 census. The capital and largest city is Freetown. The country is divided into five administrative regions, which are subdivided into 16 districts.

Sierra Leone is a constitutional republic with a unicameral parliament and a directly elected president serving a five-year term with a maximum of two terms. The current president is Julius Maada Bio. Sierra Leone is a secular nation with the constitution providing for the separation of state and religion and freedom of conscience (which includes freedom of thoughts and religion). Muslims and those of the Islamic faith make up about three-quarters of the population, though with an influential Christian minority. Religious tolerance in the West African nation is very high and is generally considered a norm and part of Sierra Leone’s cultural identity.

Although inhabited for millennia, Sierra Leone, as the country and its borders are known today, was founded by the British Crown in two phases: first, the coastal Sierra Leone Colony in 1808 (for returning Africans after the abolition of slavery); second, the inland Protectorate in 1896 (as the Crown needed to establish more dominion inland following the outcome of the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885). Hence, the country formally became known as the Sierra Leone Colony and Protectorate or simply British Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone gained independence from the United Kingdom on 27 April 1961, and became a Commonwealth realm on the same day; the country’s name changed to the Dominion of Sierra Leone. Sir Milton Margai became Sierra Leone’s first prime minister.

During the few decades following independence, Sierra Leone witnessed an increase in political activities, transformations, turmoil, humanitarian and socio-economic crises. The country had its first general elections as an independent nation on 27 May 1961. Margai’s Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) won a plurality of parliamentary seats and he was re-elected Prime Minister. A new constitution was adopted in 1971, paving the way for Sierra Leone becoming a republic, and Siaka Stevens, leader of the All People’s Congress (APC), becoming the first executive president of the Republic of Sierra Leone. Stevens held on to this position for 14 years (until 1985) under a one-party system of government facilitated by the controversial 1978 Constitution. However, Stevens’ hand-picked successor Joseph Saidu Momoh promised to return the country to a multi-party system; a new constitution was adopted in 1991 that provided the means for a multi-party democracy. A brutal civil war broke out the same year, which went on for 11 years with devastating effects on almost everything that defined Sierra Leone as a nation. In just a year after the war broke out (in 1992), President Momoh was ousted in a coup led by Sierra Leone Army captain Valentine Strasser. Strasser was later “ousted” by his army colleague and second-in-command Julius Maada Bio, for failing to commit to a quick transfer to civilian rule. Bio would then return the country back to a democratic republic in 1996 through a general election.

In early 1996, despite the country going through a brutal civil war, the emergence of the prospect of a transformation back to a multi-party democracy brought fresh hopes and great expectations among a majority of Sierra Leoneans, as the national debate “Peace before Elections vs Elections before Peace” became a hot topic. Eventually, “Elections before Peace” won the debate. Ahmad Tejan Kabbah won the 1996 presidential election and became the first multi-party democratically elected president of Sierra Leone. Since then, there has been a smooth succession to the presidency all via elections. A brief coup in 1997 led by Sierra Leone Army major Johnny Paul Koroma ousted Kabbah, who went into exile in Guinea. He was reinstated after nine months through military intervention by ECOMOG. Kabbah’s presidency marked the dawn of a new Sierra Leone, which included the end of the civil war in 2002, a focus on fostering national unity and reconciliation, trust in government, peace and stability, the improvement in relations with many countries, and the refounding of the Sierra Leone Armed Forces with special assistance and training led by the Government of the United Kingdom.

About 18 ethnic groups inhabit Sierra Leone; the two largest and most influential ones are the Temne and Mende peoples. About 2% of the country’s population are Creole people, descendants of freed African-American and West Indian slaves. English is the official language used in schools and government administration. Krio is the most widely spoken language across Sierra Leone, spoken by 97% of the country’s population. Sierra Leone is rich in natural resources, especially diamond, gold, bauxite and aluminium. The country is a member of the United Nations, African Union, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Mano River Union, Commonwealth of Nations, IMF, World Bank, WTO, African Development Bank, and Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. Sierra Leone is home to Sub-Saharan Africa’s first Western-style university: Fourah Bay College (established in 1827).

What is Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone

Depression contributes to over 19 million deaths per year according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

 

Depression treatment in Sierra Leone can be a long and winding road. Ultimately, the goal is to put you in charge of your life. The sooner you get help for depression in Sierra Leone, the sooner you will recover. It really is that simple. The REMEDY Rehab inpatient depression rehab clinic is the ideal setting to begin your journey to recovery. If you have already begun your journey in Sierra Leone and been derailed, depression rehab at the REMEDY Wellbeing Clinic is a perfect place to restart your journey.

 

The REMEDY Rehab inpatient depression clinic treats a range of mental health issues. Our clinical and therapeutic teams will create a unique treatment plan that’s specific to your individual needs. Treatments may include:

 

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Medication, if required
  • Alternative and holistic approaches
  • Aftercare plans

 

Inpatient depression treatment uses talk therapy, support groups, and medication as treatments to manage depression. While individuals can experience all three aspects of treatment at an outpatient center in Sierra Leone, attending an inpatient center allows you to receive a higher level of care. Depression rehab at the REMEDY Depression Clinic makes it possible to get around the clock care enabling you to focus on getting the treatment needed.

 

Only a short journey from Sierra Leone, inpatient rehab allows you to temporarily put everyday life in Sierra Leone on hold and focus on healing your depression. You don’t have to juggle work, school, personal obligations and other aspects of life. Instead, you can put all of your energy into recovery.

 

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Do I need depression treatment in Sierra Leone?

Inpatient depression treatment in Sierra Leone helps thousands of people every year manage their severe depression. Attending an inpatient facility allows you to firmly focus on getting better rather than juggling life and attempting to treat depression on your own. Inpatient rehab in Sierra Leone is believed to be the most effective at treating severe depression. The award-winning REMEDY wellbeing depression clinic is only a short journey from Sierra Leone and works with individuals and families from all over the World.

 

Individuals suffering from co-occurring disorders in Sierra Leone are able to get more focus and attention. This enables them to get the help needed that may go overlooked at non-residential treatment centers. Around the clock supervision and care offers you everything needed to treat depression.2https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5563525/ It also allows you to learn how to manage triggers. Furthermore, individuals who have self-medicated with drugs and alcohol can be separated from substances that make the issues of depression worse.

What to expect at a depression treatment in Sierra Leone

Clients will undergo various forms of therapy. The first type of therapy they will experience is individual therapy. Therapists will help you address the emotional issues and thinking that bring on depression. You will learn to identify the issues that create depression.

 

Group therapy sessions will help you with co-occurring disorders. You will attend group therapy sessions to learn how to manage depression without self-medicating. You may also be prescribed medication during a stay. Antidepressants may benefit clients and help them gain control of their lives. The medical staff at an inpatient depression rehab will monitor your symptoms and any medication prescribed.

 

In addition to individual therapy, group therapy, and medication, you may experience alternative approaches during a stay. The REMEDY wellbeing program of depression recovery includes various alternatives to medication to help raise your serotonin naturally. Yoga, physical exercise, art and music, animal, and other therapies are designed to help you heal.

 

The REMEDY wellbeing clinic gives you the chance to reclaim your life from the severe sadness that permeates it. Attending our inpatient clinic gives you the chance to treat your depression properly with professional mental health experts, and achieve lasting recovery and remission.

References: Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone

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Summary
Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone
Service Type
Depression Treatment in Sierra Leone
Provider Name
REMEDY wellbeing in Sierra Leone ,
Sierra Leone,Sierra Leone,Sierra Leone-Sierra Leone,
Telephone No.+44(0)3333 03418
Area
Sierra Leone
Description
Depression treatment in Sierra Leone can be a long and winding road. Ultimately, the goal is to put you in charge of your life. The sooner you get help for depression in Sierra Leone, the sooner you will recover. It really is that simple. The REMEDY inpatient depression rehab clinic is the ideal setting to begin your journey to recovery. If you have already begun your journey in Sierra Leone and been derailed, depression rehab at the REMEDY wellbeing Clinic is a perfect place to restart your journey.