Depression is a common phenomenon in the present scenario. Due to the fast pace at which our lives move and immense pressure that we face adolescents, office goers and even the elders face depression. Diagnosing depression in the early curable stages is very important and may even save the life of a patient. EEG signal analysis has been used for medical research like epilepsy, sleep disorder, insomnia etc. Similarly, video signal analysis has been used for facial features detection, eye movement, emotion recognition etc. Collaborating both the methods accuracy of depression detection can be improved upon. This paper describes a novel method for combining both EEG signal analysis and facial emotion recognition through video analysis to successfully categorize depression into various levels. For this aim, power spectrum of three frequency bands (alpha, beta, and theta) and the whole bands of EEG are used as features along with standard deviation, mean and entropy. © 2014 IEEE.