California, CA (PressExposure) January 31, 2012 -- Members at America's leading depression help website, DepressionTribe, can now start and join more than twodepression groups according to their latest announcement. The company spokespersonsays that this is the first of many moves that is set to make the website more interactive and user friendly.
Mr. Ryan FitzGerald, CEO for DepressionTribe, says "We are delighted to announce that members on our website can now start and join multiple depression groups. We have also introduced new features to help manage being part of those multiple depression groups too, so that everything is kept simple and easy. We hope that this encourages more of our members to interact, communicate and reach out to others on the website, which is one of things that push our depression help service forward. This is just the beginning; we have many more plans in the pipeline that will definitely make the experience of using our online depression help service better and much more enjoyable."
DepressionTribe makes use of other features such as therapists' blogs and chat rooms apart from Depression Groups to offer online depression help for people the world over. Ever since its inception just a few years ago, the website has risen to the top and become the preferred stop for depression help for most people.
Adds Mr. Fitzgerald, "Right now we have a range of features like depression chat rooms and depression forums as parts of the online depression help we offer to our members. We work hard to introduce new innovations and keep things interesting and exciting for the people on DepressionTribe, and we will keep adding new features and functionality on the website as we go. That is one of the things that has brought and kept us steady at the top, and we plan to plan to keep things that way."
DepressionTribe.com is a popular website that offers an online support forum for depression-related issues. The website promotes regular updates on depression disorder News, Mental Health News and General Health News. It provides a free online recovery support community for those wanting to connect with others dealing with depression disorders.