AS@W
AS@W Antidepressant Skills at Work: Dealing with Mood Problems in the Workplace
Suggested reading on depression and related topics

 

Bilsker, Dan; Gilbert, Merv; Myette, Larry; & Stewart-Paterson, Chris (2004).
Depression & Work Function.

Brooks, Robert & Goldstein, Sam (2003). The Power of Resilience. New York: McGraw-Hill.

  • A practical guide to help you “bounce back” from life’s challenges.

Burns, David (1992). Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. New York: Avon Books.
Burns, David (1999). The Feeling Good Handbook. New York: Plume Books.

  • Self-help books on depression and anxiety. The emphasis is on specific exercises
    you can 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.

Cronkite, Kathy (1994). On the Edge of Darkness. New York: Delta.

  • First-person accounts from well-known people who have been through severe depression.

Gottman, John & DeClaire, Joan (2001). The Relationship Cure. New York: Three Rivers Press.

  • A 5 -step guide to strengthening your marriage, family, and friendships.

Gottman, John & Silver, Nan (1999). The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work.
New York: Three Rivers Press.

  • A relationship book that provides a framework for coping with differences and strengthening your marriage.

Greenberger, Dennis & Padesky, Christine (1995). Mind Over Mood.
New York: Guilford Publications.

  • A hands-on workbook for clients suffering from depression, panic attacks, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, and relationship problems.

Paterson, Randy (2000). The Assertiveness Workbook. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications.

  • A guide to developing more assertive coping.

Paterson, Randy (2002). Your Depression Map: Find the Source of Your Depression and Chart Your Own Recovery. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications.

  • A guide to developing individualized strategies for recovering from depression.

Seligman, Martin (1992). Learned Optimism: How to Change your Mind and your Life.
New York: Simon & Schuster.

  • A book that discusses how to develop a realistically positive view of yourself and your life.
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