The Depression Workbook

The Depression Workbook : A Guide for Living with Depression and Manic Depression, Second Edition

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It may be difficult for those suffering from depression to add a little work into their day; simply getting out of bed can seem like plenty of work. But if you are newly diagnosed or experiencing moderate problems with depression or bipolar disorder, The Depression Workbook might be a literal lifesaver.

The first section is especially useful to new patients just learning to navigate the signs, treatments, and vocabulary of depression. Clearly written overviews of specific symptoms are coupled with space for you to write in your own thoughts on treatment, prognosis, and your ultimate goals. Checklists and daily planners help to identify both areas of difficulty and positive experiences; later in the book, you'll find charts for tracking medications, diet, and doctor visits.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 350 pages
  • 214 x 278 x 20mm | 840g
  • Oakland, CA, United States
  • English
  • 2nd ed.
  • 157224268X
  • 9781572242685
  • 54,456

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Endorsement of First Edition: "This book is a lifesaver. This is one of the 'must have' books for anyone newly diagnosed with depression or manic depression. It is invaluable in teaching both sufferer and supporter the symptoms and coping skills. This book was monumental in helping me get through a severe depression that lasted nonstop for half a decade. I recommend this book to all my readers, and to anyone suffering with depression or bipolar disorders."--Bob Olsen, author of the best-selling Win the Battle: The 3-Step Lifesaving Formula to Conquer Depression and Bipolar Disorder "The second edition of this eminently useful guide offers readers proven and active courses of action for getting and staying on the road to wellness. Mary Ellen Copeland is an author who thoroughly understands depression and manic depression, and the book's effective techniques and clear organization illustrate her commitment to facilitating real healing. Once again, Copeland has produced one of the very best books on the subject."

--Lauren Dockett, author of The Deepest Blue: How Women Face and Overcome Depression
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About Mary Ellen Copeland

Mary Ellen Copeland, M.S., is a distinguished teacher and lecturer from Brattleboro, Vermont. Matthew McKay, Ph. D., is clinical director of Haight Ashbury Psychological Services in San Francisco. He lives in Berkeley, California. This workbook is a self-help classic that has long been recognised by thousands of readers And mental health professionals for its innovative approach and real hope it has offered to those who are struggling to manage their extreme mood swings.
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