Depression

Stacks Image 1223
Depression is a complex phenomena. In the books below, you’ll find a wide range of opinion on what it is and how best to treat it along with some of the work that has most influenced our thinking and practice. For some, like Harvard psychologist Irving Kirsch, drugs taken for depression may produce little if any effect. In our practice, we use psychodynamic and phenomenological approaches to understanding and treating depression. See Jonathan Sedler article, American Psychologist, 2010, for a detailed review of the data on the effectiveness of this approach. [Link]

  • Stacks Image 877

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 878

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 879

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 884

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 887

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 1228

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 1231

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 1234

    Caption Text

    Link
  • Stacks Image 1237

    Caption Text

    Link