Low Moods and  Social Activities

Low moods can be ongoing and negatively affect the way people feel, think and act. These, in turn, can impact on people's well-being and lead to social isolation. 
 

Social activities are ran in order to support adults living with low moods. However, it is not clear if / how these activities aid in supporting adults, their well-being and social isolation. This study seeks to answer these questions. 

 

Taking part in the study requires being interviewed during one-on-one confidential meetings; interviews that should take no more than 1 hour.

 

To take part in this study, you must:

 

  • Be 18 and 55 years old

  • Have experienced low moods / depression

  • Take part in at least one social activity 

  • Be willing to put aside 1hr of your time for an interview (face-to-face or over Skype, FaceTime, etc.)

 

To take part:

If you would like to take part in this study, please email me on ms01013@surrey.ac.uk.

Thank you for your interest in this study.

Meg Sutherland.

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