The Mindful Way Through Depression

the mindful way through depression

The Mindful Way Through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness is available to buy through Mental Health Books.

Mindfulness is another word for consciousness or awareness, and is a technique increasingly used by psychotherapists to help enable sufferers to take greater control over their internal thought processes. The technique has its background in Buddhism and meditative practice.

In this book, four world-renowned experts on mindfulness collaborate to share their wisdom in mindfulness as an effective tool for overcoming depression, anxiety and related psychological disorders. It brings an excellent balance between clinical and meditative practice, and is presented in comprehensible language for the lay person as well as the professional. This is an invaluable resource not only for depression sufferers, but for anyone familiar with patterns of negativity, anxiety and low self-esteem. It is also suitable for those who feel high levels of self-consciousness, but with insufficient control over the process. Mindfulness is helping me concentrate right now as I write this, and I probably couldn’t give it any better endorsement than that.

‘A revolutionary treatment approach. For depression sufferers, this is a truly useful guide to achieving emotional balance. For mental health professionals, it should be mandatory reading. I recommend this book and companion CD most highly.’ – Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence

Click here to buy the book at Amazon

Or click here to explore the depression category at Mental Health Books

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