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Shimberg has interviewed more than one hundred patients and their families, as well as numerous ...
Shimberg has interviewed more than one hundred patients and their families, as well as numerous psychologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, neurologists, teachers, and members of the clergy to provide a thoughtful and loving guide to every step of depression patient care. You will learn
— Twelve ways you can help a depressed loved one
— How to recognize its symptoms
— How to protect yourself and other family members from "catching" a loved one's depression
— What to do when your child is depressed
— How to respond to talk of suicide
— The most advanced medical techniques, their advantages and disadvantages
— How to encourage the sufferer to seek professional treatment
— And much more.
Includes A Comprehensive List Of Community Support Groups, Crisis Centers, Government And Social Service Agencies
Acclaimed medical writer Shimberg shows families how to help a loved one who suffers from depression. Learn how to recognize its symptoms, protect other family members, respond to suicide talk, and more. Includes a comprehensive list of community support groups, crisis centers, government and social service agencies. Original.