The Depression Sourcebook is a complete guide to understanding mood disorders, including what can be done to lessen symptoms and alleviate suspected causes. This revised second edition provides new information on psychotherapy, bipolar disorders, depression in children and elderly people, medications, and treatment options such as exercise and nutrition.
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Brian P. Quinn, C.S.W., Ph.D., specializes in comprehensive biopsychological evaluation and treatment of patients with mood disorders.Review:
The Depression Sourcebook is an informative and empathetic guide for anyone who suffers from one of these mood disorders. From the dysthemic patient who lives with chronic, mild depression, to one who experiences manic depression and its characteristic wide swings in mood, energy level, and sleep, The Depression Sourcebook helps those with depressive illnesses not only evaluate and make sense of their conditions, but of the bewildering variety of treatment approaches. More than any other form of illness, depression can impinge on the general health and well being of the entire body. Once recognized, treatment will greatly reduce or eliminate symptoms. The Depression Sourcebook offers hope and the first step toward a normal, satisfying, and productive life. The Depression Sourcebook is highly recommended reading for anyone coming to grips with a depressive state. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0737303794
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