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Author:Gilbert, Paul
Title:Overcoming depression
Category:Non-Fiction

ISBN No.:9781841191256

 
This book provides a guide to recovering from sadness, loss and depression. It explains how the mind and body interact and how our thinking affects our brains. Case histories are used to show how others have overcome their problems.



Author:Williams, Christopher
Title:Overcoming Depression Workbook

 
UK developed and teaches practical skills addressing all the most common problems faced when tackling depression. Free online linked course at llttf.com/this external link will open in a new window



Author:Padesky, Christine and Greenberger, Dennis
Title:Mind over Mood Workbook

 

Developed by two master clinicians with extensive experience in cognitive therapy treatment and training, this popular workbook shows readers how to improve their lives using cognitive therapy. The book is designed to be used alone or in conjunction with professional treatment.




Author:Atkinson, Sue
Title:Climbing out of Depression:A Practical Guide for Sufferers

 
Being depressed often leaves you feeling paralysed into inaction. Climbing back out of the pit of gloom seems almost impossible. You need help, and that is what this book offers - practical, humane and spiritual help. Since its first publication in 1993, Climbing Out of Depression has become widely recognised as one of the best books to help in the darkness of depression.




Author:Baker, Barbara
Title:When Someone you Love has Depression

ISBN No.:9780859699068

 
This work describes the causes, symptoms and treatment of depression and goes into detail about the difficulties of caring for someone who is depressed. It explores how depression affects relationships and the emotions of carers.



Author:Brampton, Sally
Title:Shoot the Damn Dog

ISBN No.:9780747572411

 
Sally Brampton is an optimist. The founding editor of Elle magazine, a successful journalist and novelist, she loves gardening, friends and life. She is also a depressive. This book provides a memoir of her journey through depression.



Author:Dryden,W
Title:Overcoming Depression

ISBN No.:9780747572411

 
This work will be useful to anyone who is suffering with depression or who knows someone who may be depressed. Wendy Dryden and Sarah Opie provide insight, practical suggestions and encouragement for a positive way forward, helping sufferers to move away from destructive thoughts



Author:Lewis, G
Title:Sunbathing in the Rain : A Cheerful Book about Depression

ISBN No.:9780007232802

 
Part memoir - drawing on her own experiences as a depressive - and part guide or companion, this title tackles the subject of depression, in a way that is deeply informative yet full of hope and cheer.



Author:Massey, Alexandra
Title:Beat Depression and Reclaim Your Life

ISBN No.:9780753509890

 
Around 60 percent of adults will suffer from depression at some point in their lives. The author has herself suffered from this condition and shares her experiences in this text. There is practical advice from what to do when you are too depressed to move, to dealing with shame and guilt.



Author:Milligan,Spike & Clare, Anthony
Title:Depression and How to Survive it

ISBN No.:9780099858300

 
A self-help book with a difference, this is a revelatory book about the deepest of human emotions and human psychology, experienced by world-famous comedian and star of The Goon Show, Spike Milligan, and revealed by leading psychiatrist and celebrity interviewer Anthony Clare.




Author:Trickett, S
Title:Coping with Anxiety and Depression

ISBN No.:9780859697620

 
Shirley Trickett is a trained nurse, counsellor and teacher. She explains why depression and anxiety can occur, and suggests positive ways of coping successfully. She also recommends other books and tapes which can help.



Author:Servan-Schreiber, David
Title:Healing Without Freud or Prozac: Natural approaches to curing stress, anxiety and depression without drugs and without psychoanalysis
Category:Non-Fiction

ISBN No.:9781405077583

 
Stress, anxiety and depression are among the most common reasons for people to see the doctor. Yet a majority of patients would like to heal without taking drugs or engaging in therapy. The author gathers together the answers to the public's questions about alternatives to drugs and talk therapy.