You Can Beat Depression: A Guide to Prevention & Recovery
The most readable book available on depression. You Can Beat Depression has been recognized by the National Institute of Mental Health D/ART program and the National Mental Health Association. Contains material on prevention of depression, prevention of relapse after treatment, brief therapy interventions, exercise and other non-medical approaches, the Prozac controversy. Helps readers recognize when and how to help themselves, and when to turn to professional treatment.
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What Is Depression?
All Depressions Are Not Alike
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