Dealing With Depression

Author: William M Clements
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317763963
Size: 15,17 MB
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This important book explores strategies to enable clergy and lay persons to identify and help individuals suffering from depression. It contains many techniques that can be used in managing depression, including coping devices, treatments, and interventions which actually help depressed persons to improve their mental health. Dealing With Depression describes types of depression and related symptoms to help clergy develop a more complete understanding of the disorder. They will learn to recognize the symptoms of depression and be better able to help individuals who suffer from it. This useful guide includes a step-by-step approach to depression intervention and proven techniques readers can use to enable people to cope more successfully with depression. This important book has also been translated into a Chinese version. Dealing With Depression brings together expert psychologists who explore five modalities for conceptualizing and managing depression, which deflates for clergy the often intimidating quality of the disorder. These experts discuss in practical and understandable ways the helping techniques they use and explain their understanding of depression and their methods of treatment. A medical-religious case conference with these experts shows how clergy and laity can help ease depression and an extensive bibliography is included to facilitate further reference. Dealing With Depression puts this common disorder back into the human life situation where it can be seen as just another temporary disturbance to which human beings are vulnerable, but which need not significantly distort their lives, relationships, spiritual development, or prosperity of body, mind, and soul.

Dealing With Depression

Author: Jan Marsh
Editor: Exisle Publishing
ISBN: 1775594114
Size: 16,76 MB
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Dealing with Depression offers a simple, easy to follow, non-judgmental and, above all, effective exploration of depression and how to manage it. A range of strategies is outlined, including the physiological fundamentals of sleep, healthy diet and exercise as well as ideas from positive psychology that help us to take care of ourselves. Learning to regulate emotions and show compassion to ourselves and others not only reduces the impact of depression but also improves life and relationships, building resilience and decreasing the likelihood of recurring depressive episodes. Part One provides the essential background information for understanding depression. It demystifies depression and aims to remove any sense of shame about it. Instead it explains depression as a process that follows the laws of nature and is no more shameful than catching the flu. Part Two gives specific tips to improve wellbeing in body, mind and spirit. This prescription for physical, mental and spiritual fitness can go a long way towards both curing and preventing depression. Good self-care can improve connections to the world and to other people, creating resilience for facing the ups and downs of life. Case studies follow six people who suffered from depression for a variety of reasons and who have used the strategies outlined here to successfully deal with their depression and get their lives back.

Dealing With Depression

Author: Gordon Parker
Editor: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1459602900
Size: 10,96 MB
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This unique book, written by one of the world's leading authorities on depression, focuses on a way of thinking about the complexity and diversity of the mood disorders that is both easy to understand and rings' true. Well-written and thought provoking, it is essential reading for all whose lives are affected by depression.' - Michael Thase, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh 'Everyone with an interest in depression care should read this unique, sensible and innovative approach developed for many years of experience working with depressed people. It is essential reading for sufferers, their careers and professionals.' - Professor Andre Tylee, Institute of Psychiatry, London Most of us get 'the blues' at some point in our lives, and some people find that they just can't shake them. How can you tell when you or someone you know is suffering from depression that needs clinical treatment? How can you find the best treatment for your depression? Dealing with Depression is a brief, user-friendly guide to depression and mood disorders for sufferers, their families, and health professionals who care for them. Professor Parker explains that contrary to popular belief, there are many different types of depression, each benefiting from differing treatments. Since it was first published, Dealing with Depression has been widely used by both general readers and health professionals. This second edition contains new information on bipolar disorders and the influence of personality styles on non-melancholic disorders. It has been updated throughout to reflect recent research.

Understanding And Dealing With Depression

Author: Dr. Keith Souter
Editor: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW
ISBN: 0857659391
Size: 15,33 MB
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People suffering from depression can feel helpless and lost, but a basic understanding of the condition can go a long way to helping to treat it and its symptoms. Depression affects 1 in 5 adults at some point during their lives*, and for many people it can seriously affect their quality of life, as well as having a significant effect on family and friends. This book gives the basic information needed to understand what depression is, how to recognise it, and, most essentially, how to deal with it, including details on: • Different types of depression • What depression can feel like • Medical and holistic ways of treating depression • Things you can do yourself to control the symptoms *Source: World Stroke Campaign

30 Days Of Hope For Dealing With Depression

Author: Brenda Poinsett
Editor: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1596699736
Size: 17,21 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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In 30 Days of Hope for Dealing with Depression, author and fellow depression sufferer Brenda Poinsett offers a glimmer of hope. Her transparent and raw personal stories reveal that you are not alone in your struggle to deal with depression. God is holding out hope for you to grasp. Whether depression is a lifelong battle or a season of attack, this personal testimony filled with Scripture and biblical insight will have you relying on God—the one who can help you overcome.

Mye Series Dealing With Depression

Author: Benny Ho
Editor: Armour Publishing Pte Ltd
ISBN: 9789814222174
Size: 14,38 MB
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Coping With Depression

Author: Darryl Burnett
Editor: Positively
ISBN:
Size: 20,18 MB
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Most people with depression don't know how to deal with it. They like to isolate themselves and never seek for recovery or treatment. They let depression control them and make it even worse. You don't deserve a sad and unhappiness life, but you deserve a happy and joyful life! In this book, you will learn six powerful ways to deal with depression. I will help you cope with depression in this book!

Coping With Depression In Young People

Author: Carol Fitzpatrick
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047085765X
Size: 12,17 MB
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Depressive disorders can produce dramatic and frightening changes in young peoples’ behaviour, but while parents may suspect something is wrong, they are often at a loss to know what. This book shows parents how to tell the difference between the ordinary ups and downs and true depression, helping them better understand clinical warning signs and the various approaches to treatment. Dealing sensitively with how depression sometimes manifests itself—self-harm, alcohol and drug abuse, and suicide attempts—the book offers parents practical guidance on how they can reach out to their children and find professional assistance.

Dealing With Depression

Author: Kathy Nairne
Editor: Trafalgar Square
ISBN:
Size: 15,61 MB
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This is a practical guide for sufferers of depression and those who know someone who is depressed. It identifies the causes of depression and the many forms it may take, explores ways of coping and recovering, and evaluates the help available.