AS@W
AS@W Antidepressant Skills Workbook: Heling You Deal With Depression
Suggested reading on depression and related topics

Burns, David D. Feeling Good (1992, Avon Books) or The Feeling Good Handbook (1999, Plume Books). Extremely successful self-help books on depression and anxiety. The emphasis is on specific exercises to carry out.

Catalano, Ellen Mohr (1990). Getting to Sleep. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications. A useful book that describes a variety of sleep problems and offers concrete suggestions for dealing with them.

Paterson, Randy (2002). Your Depression Map: Find the Source of Your Depression and Chart Your Own Recovery, New Harbinger Publications, Inc. A guide to developing individualized strategies for recovering from depression.

Greenberger, Dennis and Padesky, Christine (1995). Mind Over Mood. Guilford Publications, Inc. A hands-on workbook for therapy clients suffering from depression, panic attacks, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and relationship problems.

Cronkite, Kathy (1994). On the Edge of Darkness. New York: Delta. First-person accounts from well-known people who have been through serious depression.

Seligman, Martin E. P. (1992). Learned optimism. New York: Simon and Schuster. How to overcome a sense of helplessness in your life.