psychotherapy

Depression


New Hope for People with Depression      by Marian Broida, R. N. The latest on depression: causes, symptoms, diagnosis, latest treatments - medication, complementary & alternative. Body, mind and spirit are discussed and how we can help heal them. Families, children, work, suicide prevention, new hope through research and much more. 

I highly recommend this book to consumers and families!

 



Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression      "(This is the best book I've ever read on the subject, and I've read them all. As a depression sufferer myself, I was helped enormously... It explained my own experiences to me... and it gave me a clear idea of how to cope... And excellent, lucid science. Finally, it's beautifully written. Some of the prose is so gorgeous you want to copy it out and memorize it like poetry. This is a wise, compassionate, essential book)."

 



Shadow Syndromes      by John J. Ratey, Catherine Johnson " (Do you or a loved one have some symptoms of a mental illness(s), but not enough for a definitive diagnosis. You may be suffering from a Forme Fruste or Shadow Syndrome of that disorder. This book describes the Shadow syndrome and adds measure that even if not enough symptoms exist the symptoms still need to be treated. Discusses common disorders and their psychological and neurochemical basis and treatments of these disorders. An extremely important work that should be read by all. It could will your perception of mental illness. Highly Recommended)"


Self-Coaching: How to Heal Anxiety and Depression      "(Dr. Luciani's groundbreaking approach of 'self talk' in his new book Self Coaching, has literally changed my daily life. Being insecure and moderately depressed--as I believe many of us secretly are--I had been tirelessly grasping for something to center my life and bring me back to normalcy. From the first page of the introduction I identified with Dr. Luciani, and began to understand the methods that would eventually liberate me from my anxieties. If you find yourself seeking for a sure-fire means of living the productive happy life you always dreamed of, but could never actually attain, Self Coaching is a must read. As an ancient Zen proverb says, "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." For me, the first step towards liberation and bliss is the direct result of Dr. Luciani's book. I have tried numerous other self-help type books, yet none were able to speak to me on a personal level and guide me through the processes of transformation such as this book. Self Coaching is sure to change the face of personal betterment in years to come)."

 



Undoing Depression : What Therapy Doesn't Teach You and Medication Can't Give You,Richard O'ConnorUndoing Depression : What Therapy Doesn't Teach You and Medication Can't Give You      by Richard O'Connor "(A practicing psychotherapist who has himself struggled with depression teaches fellow sufferers how to use new ways of thinking, feeling, and being to break the pattern of depression)."

 

 



 The Depression Workbook : A Guide for Living With Depression and Manic Depression,Mary Ellen Copeland, Mary Liz Riddle, Matthew McKay,The Depression Workbook: A Guide for Living With Depression and Manic Depression      by Mary Ellen Copeland, Mary Liz Riddle (Preface), Matthew McKay (Contributor) "(This book is based on the responses of 120 survey participants who share their insights, experiences, and strategies for living with extreme mood swings. Interactive exercises teach essential coping skills such as building a strong support system, bolstering self-esteem, fighting negative thoughts, finding appropriate professional help, and using relaxation and exercise).

 

 

 



 

100 Ways to Overcome Depression,Frank B Minrith, Frank Minirth, Paul Meier, States Skipper100 Ways to Overcome Depression      by Frank B. Minrith, Frank Minirth, Paul Meier (Contributor), States Skipper (Contributor) "(To be happy involves defeating the depression that threatens to engulf. Three psychologists offer Bible-based guidance on ways to cope with depression)."

Paperback Reprint edition (December 1993) 

 


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