You Can Beat Depression: A Guide to Prevention and Recovery
Here s a revised and updated edition of the most readable book on depression. Folks who are feeling really depressed often don t feel much like reading, but You Can Beat Depressionis a very reader-friendly self-help guide. This important resource has been recognized by the National Institute of Mental Health D/ART program and the National Mental Health Association. Readers will find all-new information on bipolar disorder diagnosis and treatment, along with helpful material on prevention of depression, prevention of relapse after treatment, brief therapy interventions, exercise and other non-medical approaches, the Prozac controversy, and much more. Includes an up-to-date consumer guide to medications. Its comprehensive approach to self-assessment carefully guides readers to figure out when and how they can help themselves, when they need to seek professional treatment, and what to expect along the way."
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...a succinct, comprehensive account of the causes, treatments, and manifestations of depression... -- Arnold A. Lazarus, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Psychology, Rutgers University
...an easy to read, practical guide for individuals and family members coping with depression. -- Michael M. Faenza, President and CEO, National Mental Health Association
...brief, clear, to the point, highly readable... I recommend it... -- A. John Rush, M.D., University of Texas Medical Center
An excellent self-help guide... could help anyone beat the blues quickly and effectively. -- American Library Association BOOKLIST
Clear; easily understandable approach to depression that the average reader will find very helpful. -- Albert Ellis, Ph.D.
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