The Truth about Anxiety and Depression

Author: Heather Denkmire
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780816076437
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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From the Publisher: In a straightforward and nonjudgmental manner, The Truth About series tackles a range of current issues that affect teens. Each A-to-Z volume delivers the information teens need to cope with pressure from a multitude of sources and to make informed choices when faced with difficult decisions. Special features such as "Q & A," "Teens Speak," and "Fact Or Fiction?" focus on critical aspects of current topics, while "Did You Know?" presents up-to-date tables and graphs. With an informative glossary and a valuable listing of hotlines and further resources, these books are essential reading for young people in search of guidance and knowledge. An estimated 26 percent of Americans age 18 and over-or one in four people in the United States-experience some type of mental disorder each year, according to the National Institute on Mental Health. The Truth About Anxiety and Depression, Second Edition presents the most up-to-date information on anxiety and depression, including the genetics of mood and anxiety disorders, gender and depression, types of treatments available, related disorders, and much more.

Lost Connections

Author: Johann Hari
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 163286830X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs, a radical new way of thinking about depression and anxiety.

Healing Anxiety and Depression

Author: Daniel G. Amen
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399150364
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Draws on studies that contend that anxiety and depression are related to brain dysfunction to identify seven anxiety and depression types and outline a comprehensive treatment program for each one.

The Truth about Fear and Depression

Author: Mark J. Kittleson
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0816068615
Format: PDF
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Presents a comprehensive study of the causes of anxiety disorders and depression, recognizing the signs of depression, and receiving treatment for it and provides facts and information to help understand mental illness and ways to cope with phobias.

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression

Author: Bob Phillips
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736932771
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Anxiety and depression are the two most common emotions that plague people, causing emotional distress and feelings of inferiority, loneliness, and despair. Help is available for these people in pain--help from God, from His Word, and from the experience of gifted men and women who seek to lead people to wholeness. Readers will readily identify with licensed family counselor Bob Phillips as he provides descriptions of the potentially debilitating effects of these difficult emotions. He reveals the root causes of anxiety and depression, which are fear and anger, and he helps readers acknowledge and deal with these driving forces in an effective, godly way. He includes a gentle and helpful presentation of spiritual issues and the gospel that will benefit believers and nonbelievers alike. This hands-on, user-friendly approach is written with the lay person in mind and includes plenty of practical and effective self-help exercises that readers can use to find freedom. Christian counselors will recognize that Bob's system is built on a solid foundation of scriptural principles and up-to-date technical research on mental health.

Angst

Author: Jeffrey P. Kahn
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199796440
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Why do so many people suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous angst? Some twenty percent of us are afflicted with common Anxiety and Depressive disorders. That's not just nervous or scared or sad - that is painful dysfunction without obvious benefit. A new theoretical synthesis suggests that while animals share a set of evolved social instincts, we humans experience commonplace Anxiety and Depressive disorders when we use our reason to defy that biology.

Beyond Blue

Author: Therese Borchard
Publisher: Center Street
ISBN: 1599952734
Format: PDF, Docs
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Therese Borchard may be one of the frankest, funniest people on the planet. That, combined with her keen writing abilities has made her Beliefnet blog, Beyond Blue, one of the most trafficked blogs on the site. BEYOND BLUE, the book, is part memoir/part self-help. It describes Borchard's experience of living with manic depression as well as providing cutting-edge research and information on dealing with mood disorders. By exposing her vulnerability, she endears herself immediately to the reader and then reduces even the most depressed to laughter as she provides a companion on the journey to recovery and the knowledge that the reader is not alone. Comprised of four sections and twenty-one chapters, BEYOND BLUE covers a wide range of topics from codependency to addiction, poor body image to postpartum depression, from alternative medicine to psychopharmacology, managing anxiety to applying lessons from therapy. Because of her laser wit and Erma Bombeck sense of humor, every chapter is entertaining as well as serious.

AARP Self Coaching

Author: Joseph J. Luciani
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118374347
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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AARP Digital Editions offer you practical tips, proven solutions, and expert guidance. The simple, untold truth about anxiety and depression is that they are habits of insecurity—and, like all habits, they can be broken. In this new edition of the highly successful Self-Coaching, Dr. Joseph Luciani shows you how to change your way of thinking and develop a healthy, adaptive way of living through his proven Self-Talk strategy for coaching yourself back to health. Drawing on cognitive behavioral therapy techniques that are proven effective, this category bestseller provides simple exercises to help people overcome the negative thought patterns that lead to anxiety and depression. The fact is, these disorders can be conquered. As Self-Coaching demonstrates, anxiety and depression aren't mysterious or dark maladies; they're simply destructive habits of insecurity. Dr. Luciani shows how habits are learned and how habits can be broken. The new edition has been revised to offer more detailed guidance on using the author's unique Self-Talk strategy with more action steps, more practical solutions, and new methods for dealing with anxiety and depression.

Anxiety Depression Effective Treatment of the Big Two Co Occurring Disorders

Author: Margaret Wehrenberg
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393709752
Format: PDF, ePub
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Tips and techniques for managing a prevalent co-existing condition. Anxiety and depression are two of the most common complaints in therapy, and its not unusual for clients to suffer from both simultaneously. But spotting the co-occurrence is not easy. When one symptom picture dominates, diagnosis and treatment are pretty straightforward. But consider how fuzzy the clinical picture can become: Depression can rob an anxious client of the energy needed to control her symptoms; acute anxiety can make anyone depressed and exhausted; and what happens when anxiety masquerades as depression, or vice versa? What are the signs that this is happening? It’s hard enough to treat these two disorders when they exist on their own, and it gets even harder when they present together. In her customary practical style and conversational tone, Margaret Wehrenberg unravels the complexity of this common comorbidity, teaching therapists exactly how to tackle it. Beginning with “Where to Start?”, she walks readers through a variety of common tricks for distinguishing between anxiety and depression, and provides an assessment plan for determining which set of symptoms the client is most ready to work on. The book goes on to highlight seven common types of comorbid clients, who can be arrayed on a spectrum, from the “low energy” (depressed) on one end to the “high anxiety” (anxious) on the other, and everything in between, including the “hopeless ruminator,” the “quiet avoider,” and the “high-energy anxious and depressed” client. By organizing the book around these typical client profiles, readers are given a more realistic picture of what comorbid anxiety and depression look like and how to best help their clients. Wondering where depression ends and anxiety begins, or vice versa, and how you can most effectively help your clients when they’re struggling with both? The key clinical strategies offered in this book provide a practical roadmap forward, helping therapists and their clients to better understand the symptom picture, manage its effects, and heal.

What Your Psychologist Hasn t Told You about Anxiety Depression

Author: M. Ed Cynthia Perkins
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780984144617
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The true roots of anxiety and depression lie in disrupted neurotransmitters in the brain, not deep-seated psychological problems or personality disorders, and using drugs to address this issue only perpetuates the problem even further. Recovery can be achieved by restoring balance to the neurotransmitters naturally. "What Your Psychologist Hasn't Told You About Anxiety and Depression" provides a comprehensive, holistic and drug-free approach to alleviating depression and anxiety by uncovering the factors that disrupt neurotransmitters, such as poor diet, deficiencies in nutrients, low blood sugar, chronic stress, environmental toxins, unidentified food sensitivities, adrenal or thyroid insufficiency, hormone imbalances and candida overgrowth to name a few. With Cynthia's down-to-earth, forthright tone you'll discover a recovery plan that is easy to read, honest, realistic and free of marketing hype or outrageous miracle cures