Overcoming Depression : Talks with Your Therapist
Depression affects 7-12% of men and 20-25% of women and can be effectively treated with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. In this series of talks, bestselling author and leading depression expert Professor Paul Gilbert explores different aspects of depression.He outlines how depression affects us in different ways and offers insights into things that can help us cope and lift depression. He explores how we can work on our thoughts, feelings and behaviours and try to develop self-kindness when we feel at our worst and times are hard. Anyone suffering from, or with an interest in depression, will gain valuable insights into the nature of this illness, how it affects people and how to tackle this distressing experience. The talks are focused on the following themes: The nature of depression. How our thoughts and feelings are related. How to look after our body and help it recuperate. Relaxation - advice and techniques. The role that our styles of thinking play in depression. Sef-criticism. Bing kind and compassionate to oneself. Beoming more active and exploring different ways to think about and tackle life's challenges.
- 122 x 144 x 12mm | 99.79g
- 25 Oct 2007
- Little, Brown Book Group
- Robinson Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
- Unabridged edition
About Prof Paul Gilbert
Professor Paul Gilbert is a world-recognised expert in depression and is currently based at the Mental Health Research Unit, Kingsway Hospital, Derby. He is involved in research as well as a practising clinician.
This audio will provide you with a soothing, intelligent, helpful and compassionate voice from internationally renowned psychologist, Paul Gilbert. Listening to this audio will allow you to understand the causes and cure for depression. He provides step-by-step guidance that helps you learn the most powerful techniques to help yourself. I highly recommend this wonderful audio. -- Robert L. Leahy, Director, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy