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By Williams, Chris, 1964-
Book. English.
Published London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2012

Book. English.
Published London: Short, 2003
Practical, moving, deeply inspiring, this book is for anyone whose life has been touched by depression; either to read through and linger over, or just...

By Gilbert, Paul, 1951 June 20-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Robinson, c2009
New ed
This book provides a guide to recovering from sadness, loss and depression. It explains how the mind and body interact and how our thinking affects our...

By Cantopher, Tim
Paperback. English.
Published London: Sheldon, 2012
3rd ed
In contrast to many books on depression, this text takes the view that those most susceptible to depression are people with strong personalities. The...

By Veale, David
Paperback. English.
Published London: Robinson, 2007
'Manage Your Mood' looks at behavioural activation as an effective technique in managing depression. By analysing, challenging and changing behaviours...

By Sutherland, Colin J
Paperback. English.
Published London: Sheldon, 2008
In the face of an acute shortage of therapists, this book aims to teach people the main principles of cognitive behavioural therapy and similar talking...

By Brosan, Lee, author
Paperback. English.
Published London: Robinson, 2018
2nd edition
Depression affects thousands of people in the UK. Written by experienced practitioners, this book explains what depression is and how it makes you feel...

Paperback. English.
Published London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017
An anthology of inspirational, heartfelt letters written by people who have recovered or are recovering from depression and addressed to those who are...

By Scott, Jan
Paperback. English.
Published London: Robinson, 2010
[New] ed
This self-help manual for those who have experienced mood swings gives details on tried and tested techniques that will help people identify and manage...

By Calman, Susan, author
Book. English.
Published London: Two Roads, 2016
Susan Calman has depression and she's not alone in that. Despite being one of the funniest women in the UK (OK, the world) she has had her own black dog...
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