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Healing the Stigma of Depression

For Helping Professionals

 Pamela Woll, MA, CADP
 
Depressive disorders are common among people who receive health and human services, and these disorders can complicate the course and treatment of many conditions. Stigma and self-stigma often augment the symptoms of depression and keep people from seeking help they need.  Available for free download or for purchase in hard copy, Healing the Stigma of Depression is written for helping professionals in the full range of human service fields, to promote greater understanding and more effective responses.  Its chapters focus on:
  • The symptoms and neurobiology of depression
  • Treatment methods
  • Common co-occurring disorders
  • The relationship between depression and stigma
  • Effects of stigma
  • Healing stigma in society
  • Healing self-stigma


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Pam Woll,
Dec 3, 2009, 10:19 PM
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Pam Woll,
Dec 9, 2009, 3:18 PM
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