Wounded Healers Mental Health Workers’ Experiences of Depression Edited by Vicky Rippere and Ruth Williams From published reviews: ".... The spontaneity and frankness of most of the contributions, together with the scholarly yet sympathetic editorial analyses between the sections, makes this a readable book, and an important addition to the literature of professional health and the natural history of depressive illness." Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners, 1986 ".... I recommend this book to all those concerned in the treatment of depression, whatever their professional background or status. They would find it a good book to recommend to some of their patients with depression. It is not a self help manual but there is much that other sufferers may find of help." British Medical Journal, 1985 "....the book provides some gripping moments for those mental health professionals charged with the responsibility for teaching, training, or employing other helping professionals." Readings: A Journal of Reviews, 1985 ".... this is a very readable book, and should be on the shelves of all students and practitioners of mental health." Behaviour Research and Therapy, 1986
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Table of ContentsTrouble at Work.
Arrivals and Departures.
Women and Depression.
Living with Depression.
Depression in Retrospect.
Depression - No Way Out?