This book includes an uncomplicated assessment to identify mental health problems. It offers descriptions of the different kinds of mental health practitioners and the services they provide.
The edition addresses how to develop key skills to mental fitness, how to improve one's relationships, how to beat anxiety and depression, and how to establish a good mind-body balance.
A provocative assessment of depression care by a psychotherapist and long-time sufferer challenges American approaches to the disease, urging readers to reevaluate depression as a condition that does not necessarily require medication.
Covering today's most current national and international issues, this series introduces the reader to all sides of contemporary controversies in an objective and comprehensive way by providing a wide spectrum of primary sources written by many of the foremost authorities in their respective fields.
This book is a guide for people with questions about the disordered behavior of a family member or close loved one. It offers readers the step-by-step support and information for determining whether a loved one is suffering from a mental disorder and what to do about it.
A practical guide to treating depression examines the complex factors that contribute to the condition while explaining how to improve negative lifestyle habits through a holistic approach, in an updated edition that features new chapters on meditation and stress.