How depressive symptoms are associated with time for self.
The third edition of the bestselling guide to manage upsetting emotions by learning to think in a healthy and balanced way.
This book offers a practical guide to help manage low mood or depression using techniques based on Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
This book, as it states, is all about managing depression within the work (mainly office) environment.
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This booklet aims provides a brief, easy to read introduction to depression during pregnancy (antenatal depression) or following childbirth (postnatal depression).
The author, a sufferer of depression, believes he has won the battle with the black dog and aims to share his formula in this book. There are plenty of practical and manageable day by day suggestions for both sufferers and their families or friends.
This book has been reprinted many times and is still one of the most useful books around which deals with depression.
This book offers an excellent introduction to depression for the lay person who not only has to deal with the diagnosis, but the fear, ignorance and prejudice which often surrounds it.
This book outlines a holistic approach to this condition offering advice and information about antidepressants and complementary therapies and the benefits of counselling and psychotherapy.
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We have a range of factsheets and booklets covering a variety of topics for women and healthcare professionals.