The Introvert’s Guide to Conquering Depression and Anxiety - MedCircle

Dr. Ramani Durvasula

The Introvert’s Guide to Conquering Depression and Anxiety

6 Sessions

If you’re an introvert with depression or anxiety, there are self-help & prevention tips that are tailored specifically for your lifestyle. Here’s your guide.

$40

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  • Get new series releases weekly
  • Dial into weekly Ask the Doctor calls

$10 / month ($120 paid annually)

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6 Sessions

If you’re an introvert with depression or anxiety, there are self-help & prevention tips that are tailored specifically for your lifestyle. Here’s your guide.

$40

OR

$10 / month ($120 paid annually)

  • Plus a new series every week
  • Dial into weekly Ask the Doctor calls
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About this Series

Clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula is featured in this MedCircle Educational series, "The Introverts Guide To Conquering Depression and Anxiety." This series is about understanding and defining depression and anxiety as it pertains to introverts. You will also learn what an introvert is, and if an introvert is more prone to depression and anxiety than an extrovert would be. Also, learn about the strengths of being an introvert and how these traits may help them recover more quickly than an extrovert would. In this MedCircle Series, Dr. Ramani Durvasula gives the readers tools to help battle depression and anxiety and change the way they view the external world. These tools can help you take back your life and help you forge healthier and happier relationships.

This series will not only help introverts to navigate the course of mental wellness, but it will educate the people who love and support them.

“It’s so hard to find good insight and advice on introverts so as an introvert with depression this series feels like it was made for me. Thank you for recognizing us introverts!”

James C.

James C.

Who is this for?

This is for introverts who want to better handle their depression and understand what it actually means to be an introvert.

This series is also a wonderful guide for anyone who wants to better support the introvert in their life.

Some of What You Will Learn

  • The Key differences between introversion, depression, & anxiety.

  • The strengths of being an introvert.

  • How an introvert can seek diagnosis for depression and anxiety.

  • How anxious introverts can successfully find & get treatment.

“We must debunk these myths about introverts. Because it really breaks my heart to think about how many people out there who are introverted who actually think there is “something wrong” with them. That’s like saying somebody with brown eyes that there’s something wrong with them. It’s who you are. It’s a trait. It’s a quality.”

Dr. Ramani

Dr. Ramani

Session Overview

  • Session1

    Do Depression & Anxiety Affect Introverts Differently than Extroverts?

    Find out how introverts get energized, and how that differs from how extroverts get energized. Dr. Ramani clearly states the definition of an introvert, and discover why introverts may be more at risk for depression and anxiety. Neuroticism may play a role in determining whether or not any person will develop depression and anxiety. Find out why this is especially true for introverts with neuroticism.

    18m
  • Session2

    The Key Differences between Introversion, Depression, & Anxiety [& the Strengths of Being an Introvert]

    Dr. Ramani discusses how introverts have been pathologized in our culture. Just because you are an introvert does not mean that you are a loner who suffers from depression. Anyone can suffer from depression and anxiety; introverts are merely part of that population. Dr. Ramani also discusses the difference between being an introvert and being a person who suffers from social anxiety. Read the series and find out just what the differences are. Will introverted children become introverted adults? Dr. Ramani answers that question and more. Learn why depression and anxiety may be harder to diagnose in introverts.

    19m
  • Session3

    The Introvert’s Guide to Seeking a Diagnosis for Depression or Anxiety

    To understand depression and anxiety, one must understand how these disorders manifest themselves. Dr. Ramani gives the reader a list of symptoms of depression and anxiety. In this section of the series, Dr.Ramani defines neuroticism and why people who have this might also be more at risk for depression and anxiety. Do introverts tend to have a higher degree of neuroticism than extroverts? Hear what Dr. Ramani says about that. Also, find out why it may be easier for introverts to seek treatment than for extroverts to seek treatment.

    17m
  • Session4

    Social Media, Depression, & Anxiety: How Introverts Can Cope in Today’s World

    Dr. Ramani discusses the actionable strategies that can be implemented to help anyone suffering from depression or anxiety. For the most part, the strategies are the same whether you are an introvert or not. You will also learn why introverts may have a slightly different treatment plan based on how they process their emotions. Across the board- social media and our society at large can play a huge part in our mental health issues. Dr. Ramani gives advice on how to stay mentally well living in the midst of negativity and rancor in our society.

    27m
  • Session5

    How Anxious Introverts Can Successfully Find & Get Treatment

    Seeking out help for anxiety is a complex process. However, Dr. Ramani makes it simple. In this session, she walks through the treatment options and how to find the right medications, therapies, and interventions for introverts with anxiety.

    20m
  • Session6

    How Introverts with Depression Can Find Motivation to Get Treatment

    Finding treatment for depression can be daunting - especially for introverts. Dr. Ramani walks through the treatment options and how to find the right medications, therapies, and interventions for introverts with depression in our final session.

    20m

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