Depression & Mood Disorders

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  1. Book ImageThe Challenge of the Borderline Patient: Competency in Diagnosis and Treatment

    Jerome Kroll

    Borderline personality is one of the most confusing and controversial psychiatric disorders.More

  2. Book ImageBorderline Personality Disorder: A Therapist's Guide to Taking Control

    Arthur Freeman, Gina M. Fusco

    BPD presents with so many clinical permutations that clinicians are often at a loss when trying to address the unique and varied needs of their clients. Neither clinician nor client is in a position to establish the control the client so desperately needs.More

  3. Book ImageSchizophrenia Revealed: From Neurons to Social Interactions

    Michael Foster Green

    For many years, schizophrenia was considered to be a deep and profound mystery. It was generally viewed as unknown and unknowable—beyond the reach of science.More

  4. Book ImageDepression in Context: Strategies for Guided Action

    Michael E. Addis, Neil S. Jacobson, Christopher R. Martell

    In Depression in Context, Martell, Addis, and Jacobson explain the theory behind their model, describe strategies and techniques for successful therapy, and bring the treatment to life with many clinical examples as well as two complete case illustrations.More

  5. Book ImageActive Treatment of Depression

    Richard O'Connor

    Depression, a chronic, recurring illness, affects twenty percent of the population.More

  6. Book ImageTaming the Tyrant: Treating Depressed Adults

    Dean Schuyler

    Depression tyrannizes a startling 17.4 million Americans today, irrespective of age, culture, or socioeconomic status.More

  7. Book ImageOut of the Blue: Depression and Human Nature

    David B. Cohen

    “David B. Cohen has a lively, enjoyable style, a fund of delightful examples, and a real gift for conveying material in an understandable way.” —David T. Lykken, University of MinnesotaMore

  8. Book ImagePTSD/Borderlines in Therapy: Finding the Balance

    Jerome Kroll

    Taking into account ambiguities in the relationship between childhood abuse experiences, formation of self- destructive personality styles, and subsequent psychotherapy, the author presents a working model that is useful without limiting the practitioner.More

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