Managing Your Depression: What You Can Do to Feel Better (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

! Read ^ Managing Your Depression: What You Can Do to Feel Better (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book) by Susan J. Noonan ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Managing Your Depression: What You Can Do to Feel Better (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book) As a physician who personally suffers from depression, Susan J. A relapsing and remitting condition, depression affects nearly 15 percent of people in the United States. Explaining the basics of mental healthincluding sleep hygiene, diet and nutrition, exercise, routine and structure, and avoiding isolation Managing Your Depression empowers people to participate in their own care, offering them a better chance of getting, and staying, well. Managing Your Depression will bring depre

Managing Your Depression: What You Can Do to Feel Better (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

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Rating : 4.16 (672 Votes)
Asin : 142140947X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 184 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-06-29
Language : English

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Excellent Book, Rare Gem I am so grateful for this book, a true blessing. I'm buying my own copy after I write this review. I've suffered and continue to suffer from severe depression while on meds after suffering from a severe life crisis involving financial loss among other losses. My mind is in such a fog that I'm not really sure how to help myself, though I am very educated and have read quite a bit on depression. This book lays out basic information so persons can understand; be more informed; and thus know how to implement the recommended strategies to alleviate their depression, which for many people would also diminish their stress levels a. 2.75 stars - It MAY be useful for someone else but I found this book unhelpful to my situation, but, this is not to say, it's not a useful book. It is short - it is written by a fellow sufferer - it is perhaps a good introduction to "depression management" although I did not personally find it very insightful or particularly useful. It may be that Dr. Noonan, being a sufferer herself, didn't have the objectivity to write about depression and management of it more compellingly. Actually I'm not quite sure why I couldn't get more from it.However, there is one book which I can recommend. The advice I found in *The Mindful Way Through Depression,* by Mark Williams, et al., is e. Insightful no-jargon self-help program for depression-sufferers The author has personally suffered from depression, but also has a professional background in medicine and public health. This well-written small book leads a person with depression through self-help steps to recover from their depression (in conjunction with other therapies, which she discusses.) It also teaches a patient to recognize danger signs and situations and to respond proactively to them in order to stay healthy and avert relapses. Finally it helps the patient to develop a concrete plan of action to minimize the severity in the event of a relapse. Dr. Noonan does all this in a practical, positive and kindly way th

Timothy Petersen, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. Noonan, M.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician who currently works as a consultant to Massachusetts General Hospital and CliGnosis, Inc. Jonathan Alpert, M.D., Ph.D., and Andrew Nierenberg, M.D., are psychiatrists.. Susa

As a physician who personally suffers from depression, Susan J. A relapsing and remitting condition, depression affects nearly 15 percent of people in the United States. Explaining the basics of mental healthincluding sleep hygiene, diet and nutrition, exercise, routine and structure, and avoiding isolation Managing Your Depression empowers people to participate in their own care, offering them a better chance of getting, and staying, well. Managing Your Depression will bring depression management strategies to people who do not have access to mental health programs or who want to learn new skills.. Noonan’s depression management strategies draw on the best available educational resources, psychoeducational programs, seminars, expert health care providers, and patient experiences. The book is specifically designed to be highly readable for people who are finding it difficult to focus and concentrate during an episode of depression. Noonan draws on her own expertise and empathy to

This practical and compassionate handbook is perfectly suited to individuals living with depression: in accessible language, it offers firm, specific advice and quick cognitive tests and self-assessment metrics that even those in the deepest of doldrums will find helpful and relevant Noonan’s is a valuable volume for those suffering from depression, as well as for loved ones who are fighting the fight by their side. Cox Reference and Research Book News)This is a lovely book. (Publishers Weekly)From defining a baseline of depression to charting moods and preventing relapses, this workbook is a top pick for any depression sufferer! (James A. Compassionate, personal, concise, insightfulsure to be helpful to those who suffer from mood disorders. Mondimore, M.D., The Johns Hopkins Hospital) . (Francis M