Tsheresene of Depression

Tsheresene of Depression
Understanding Depression From African Principles of Psychological Science

By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021

It is estimated by WHO (World Health Organisation) that more than 4% or greater than 300 million people of the World population suffer from depression. Women suffer more depression than men by almost twice as much. This situation is worsened by the unenviable Covid conditions and other life events.

Depression is a mood state that arises in response to the brain going into a mode of retreat from the stringent demands or previously enjoyable engagements of life. How does the African society define depression? How does the Covid situation trigger or worsen a depression response? How did the African ancients solve the depression problem? Enter the Zoom lecture Tsheresene of Depression – Understanding Anxiety From the African Principles of Psychological Science.

Zoom Details

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Sunday June 20, 2021 11:00 AM Johannesburg

Topic: Tsheresene of Depression
Understanding Depression From African Principles of Psychological Science

Register in advance for this meeting:

Paid lecture namely R250 for public and R150 for member. More details are contained on the registration page. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

See you on Sunday!

Published by Zulumathabo

Research Scientist and Director: Madisebo University Research Institute. Metaphysical Scientist; African Philosopher; Software Engineer, Published Author, Inventor, Lexicographer, Intellectual Historian and Contextual Poet.

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