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|| Machine generated contents note: PrefaceAuthors' Note1. Getting Started2. Medical Illness and Depression3. Paths to Depression: Paths to WellnessI. The Thoughts-Action Path4. Fighting Negative Thinking5. Restoring Energy and Enjoying Life6. Building Self-Esteem and Using Strengths7. Enhancing Well-BeingII. The Biology Path8. Getting the Most from AntidepressantsIII. The Relationship Path9. The People in Your Life: How Relationships Can Influence Recovery from Depression10. Managing Relationship Problems to Improve DepressionIV. The Lifestyle Path11. Lifestyle ChangesV. The Spiritual Path12. Using Spiritual ResourcesVI. The Mindfulness Path13. Mindfulness14. Developing a Plan and Making It Stick Resources.
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|| "Leading psychiatrist/researcher Jesse Wright and his daughter Laura McCray, a family physician, have seen thousands of depressed patients in their practices--and have learned that a range of different treatments work. Infused with warmth, optimism, and clinical know-how, this book presents simple yet powerful depression-fighting strategies that sufferers can try on their own. Drs. Wright and McCray offer a flexible menu of treatment ideas plus clear guidance for creating a personalized anti-depression action plan. Aided by helpful worksheets, quizzes, and stories, readers learn ways to break the cycle of negative thinking, restore energy and a sense of well-being, strengthen relationships, and make informed decisions about medications. Now depression sufferers can chart their own path to recovery, using the best tools science has to offer"-- Provided by publisher.
Wright, Jesse H.
"Breaking free from depression : pathways to wellness."
New York :