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Your Depression Map: Find the Source of Your Depression and Chart Your Own Recovery

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Use this breakthrough program to identify the specifics of your depression and map a personalized treatment program that will guide you to lasting wellness. When you are depressed, do you sleep too much or too little? Do you operate in a state of hollow hopelessness ro are you anxious much of the time? Did your depression appear out of the blue, or idd significant events ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 9th 2002 by New Harbinger Publications (first published November 2002)
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Lisa
Sep 06, 2007 Lisa rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Depression Sufferer's / Therapists
This is the first book on Depression workbook that I have come across to really be written for the public. It helps it's readers by "understanding" what theu are feeling and reflects back to them the complexity of Depression. Once I became diagnosed with depression and began treatment, I bgean trying to read everything available, books written for the public and for professionals, but this is the best workbook that I have come across.

I believe that every one who has struggled with Depression wil
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This journal and hard-hitting book forces you to ask and answer what is really going on in your life - what are the triggers, how do you respond AND how can you change your cognitive approach to grow towards a happy and meaningful life, even while living with depression. A must read for those living with mental health challenges and how to not only survive but thrive with happiness and contentment. I return to this workbook and journal repeatedly and each time reveal more of myself and continue ...more
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Dr Randy Paterson is a psychologist and author living in Vancouver Canada. He founded and operates Changeways Clinic (http://www.changeways.com), a multiple-provider psychotherapy practice focusing on cognitive behaviour therapy for stress, anxiety, and mood disorders. He is the author of four books (including How to be Miserable, Private Practice Made Simple, and The Assertiveness Workbook - the ...more
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