The figures are alarming. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) more than 300 million people have depression – and numbers are constantly rising. Clinical depression has surged to significant proportions in recent decades, from little-mentioned misery at the margins of society to a phenomenon that is rarely far from the news. It is widespread in classrooms and boardrooms, inner cities, farms and suburbs – and there seems to be a link between mental ill-health in youngsters and their use of social media. In Warsaw, the Kliniki Allenort helps children and adults with new treatments and therapies to get back to ‘normal’ life.