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Treating Depression

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Treating Depression

Ira D. Glick

ISBN: 978-0-787-91585-8 July 1997 Jossey-Bass 223 Pages

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Choosing the most appropriate treatment

A Volume in the Jossey-Bass Library of Current ClinicalTechnique

This key resource offers guidelines and specific models forintervention in the treatment of numerous types and subtypes ofdepression. Will assist you in deciding if it is appropriate toprescribe medication, if psychotherapy is the proper course ofaction, or if it is best to use a combination of medication andpsychotherapy.

This book is a superlative overview of the key treatmentinterventions available today to relieve the suffering ofdepression.
?John P. Docherty, M.D., professor of clinical psychology anddirector of clinical services, Cornell University School ofMedicine
Foreword
Introduction
1. Family Therapy(Carol M. Anderson, Sona Dimidjian, AprylMiller)
2. Cognitive Behavior Therapy(Michael E. Thase)
3. Interpersonal Psychotherapy(Holly A. Swartz, John C.Markowitz)
4. Individual Psychotherapy(Jules R. Bemporad)
5. Group Therapy(Joan L. Luby)
6. Somatic Therapy(Charles DeBattista, Alan F. Schartzberg)
7. Combined Treatment(Michael E. Thase, Ira D. Glick)
"This book is a superlative overview of the key treatmentinterventions available today to relieve the suffering ofdepression." --John P. Docherty, M.D., professor of clinicalpsychology and director of clinical services, Cornell UniversitySchool of Medicine

"Manages to maintain a clear, direct style with remarkably littlejargon. This book would be most useful in a hospital library as areference source to better understand depression and it'streatment, especially if the referring doctor is prescribingmedication." --Helen R. Beiser, M.D., CMS Review Panel, (fromChicago Medicine Vol. 99, No. 17, September 22, 1996)