Modular self-help course teaching cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) based life skills that address all the key symptoms seen in depression and low mood. Users complete the initial self-assessment chapters that help them identify the problems they face, and then choose to work on focused workbooks that address their altered thinking and behavior. With chapters addressing overcoming unhelpful thinking, behavioral activation, improving sleep, medication adherence, problem solving and relapse prevention, the book has been widely adopted in low intensity settings, including in the Bounceback BC program in BC Canada, across the UK and elsewhere. The book can be freely copied for use in your personal life and face to face individual therapy practice as a therapist.
Dr Chris Williams is Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. His main clinical and research interest is in the development and evaluation of self-help approaches that provide wider access to cognitive...Read More
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