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Book Reviews and Bookstore - Depression

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Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy
by David D. Burns. Paperback  706 pages updated edition (April 1999)
Dr. Burns explains how thinking patterns can lead to depression, (and other mood changes) and how cognitive therapy techniques can eliminate depression. This book was a Bestseller, and mental health professionals have generally praised it for describing how life changes can positively affect your mood, rather than relying on prescription drugs. 

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The Feeling Good Handbook
by David D. Burns. Paperback Revised edition (May 1999)
This book is a companion to Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy.  It provides additional exercises, examples and techniques for incorporating the theory into your lifestyle. Since translating ideas into action is the most difficult part of changing, this book is a valuable addition. 

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Cognitive Therapy of Depression
by Aaron T. Beck, A. John Rush, Brian F. Shaw, Gary Emery 
Paperback 
This is one of the most important books written about cognitive therapy and the treatment of depression. A book designed for professionals, it is also suitable for the general public because his writing style flows so smoothly. This book is highly recommended by mental health professionals, and every professional who treats depression should read it.    

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Postpartum Depression: Every Women's Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention     by Sharon L. Roan   
Paperback - 256 pages (September 1997)
Some people make jokes about postpartum depression, but it is no laughing matter. Postpartum depression is a common, and serious, problem affecting many women following childbirth. The physical and psychological changes of pregnancy and childbirth often lead to clinical depression. This book explains the problem, and provides suggestions about how to treat it or prevent it.

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Move Your Body, Tone Your Mood: The Workout Therapy Workbook
by Kate F., Ph.D. Hays, Paperback: 200 pages, New Harbinger Pubns, (March 12, 2002)
This book is about the relationship between exercise and mood, and how to use exercise to improve your mood.

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