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Author Thase, Michael E.

Title Beating the blues : new approaches to overcoming dysthymia and chronic mild depression / Michael E. Thase and Susan S. Lang
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 2004
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 192 pages) : illustrations
Contents Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; PART ONE: UNDERSTANDING DYSTHYMIA AND ITS MILDER FORMS; PART TWO: HOW TO FEEL BETTER; PART THREE: SPECIAL CONCERNS OF VARIOUS POPULATIONS; CONCLUSION: Putting It All Together; APPENDIX 1. Daily Symptom Log; APPENDIX 2. Most Commonly Used Antidepressants for Dysthymia; APPENDIX 3. Resources (Organizations, Web Sites, Discussion Groups, etc.); REFERENCES; INDEX
Summary This is a clear, practical resource for the millions of people plagued by persistent mild depression. One of the most underrecognized and undertreated mood disorders, dysthymia can be treated through self-help measures, psychotherapy, medication, or a combination of all three. This book is designed to offer general information on dysthymia and outline specific measures individuals can take in order to reclaim a positive outlook on life. Practical advice and thorough research will make this the ultimate guide for those who might otherwise have resigned themselves to a lifetime of apathy, lethargy, and pessimism
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-184) and index
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Subject Affective disorders -- Popular works.
Depression, Mental -- Popular works.
Mood (Psychology)
Depressive Disorder -- rehabilitation.
Dysthymic Disorder -- rehabilitation.
Genre/Form Popular Work.
Popular works.
Form Electronic book
Author Lang, Susan S.
ISBN 0195184777
0198036094 (electronic bk.)
1280502959
1602567468
9780195159189
9780195184778
9780198036098 (electronic bk.)
9781280502958
9781602567467
Other Titles New approaches to overcoming dysthymia and chronic mild depression