This book offers step-by-step suggestions, case examples and practical ideas for gaining control over depression and low mood.
Overcoming Grief : A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques
It is suitable for those affected, their friends and families, psychologists and those work Contains a step by step approach that tells how you can learn to break free from the destructive cycle of obsessive behavior and regain control of your life. This book shows you how to reduce the distress caused by disturbing thoughts, images and urges. It also helps you face fea By Manicavasagar, Vijaya ; Silove, Derrick. A new edition of a bestselling Overcoming title that helps combat panic and associated disorders by using proven Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT techniques. Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases.
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Older than 12 months. Last 7 days. This self-help book will prove invaluable to the recently bereaved, guiding them through the painful process of bereavement.
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Overcoming Chronic Fatigue Trudie Chalder. Add to basket. Overcoming Anorexia Nervosa Dr. Review quote A useful resource. She currently works as a Bereavement Coordinator at a large hospice in Boston, USA where she has developed and facilitated a six-week support programme for the recently bereaved. She has co-authored four self-help books about relationships and motherhood. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. If you don't feel better after trying a self-help therapy, there are other therapies you can try.
Guided self-help is where you work through a self-help workbook or computer course with the support of a therapist. Find a psychological therapies service in your area. If you prefer, you can talk to your GP and they can refer you and share relevant information about you. You can see a selection in the NHS apps library. Research shows that, for some people, they can be just as effective as face-to-face therapy with a therapist for depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.
You can also join an anonymous online community where you can meet and talk with other people who have similar mental health problems to you.
Whether or not you can get access to an online tool on the NHS depends on the problems you're experiencing and how severe they are. Check whether a book was written by a counsellor or therapist who has lots of experience and is registered with a professional body, such as the British Psychological Society. Or look for self-help books that have been recommended by a professional organisation, such as the Royal College of Psychiatrists. You can find books for common mental health problems like anxiety and depression on the Reading Well Books on Prescription website.
These books are all recommended by NHS health professionals and by people living with the health problems covered in the books. These books and CDs are recommended by Reading Well and cover more than 30 common mental health problems, including anxiety, low self-esteem and grief. They're available from bookshops and libraries, or you can buy them from the Overcoming website.
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