According to the WHO, 300 million people across the world suffer from Depression, with many displaying symptoms of anxiety as well. This statistic is only set to rise. Furthermore, while 1 in 4 people have depression, 1 in 4 people suffering from depression associate it unconducive workspaces. (Dr. Chee Ng, the University of Melbourne). Not only is this statistic bothersome to the individual, but it can have a detrimental effect on the economy. The WHO estimates that US$ 1 trillion USD is lost in productivity due to employees suffering from depression and/or anxiety. To make matters worse, depression in itself can lead to other mental health concerns such as alcoholism and suicidal ideation.