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Rethinking depression

Eric Maisel

Rethinking depression

how to shed mental health labels and create personal meaning

by Eric Maisel

  • 57 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by New World Library in Novato, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mental Depression,
  • Mental illness,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementEric Maisel
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC537 .M333 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25101623M
    ISBN 109781608680207
    LC Control Number2011041631

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      Rethinking Depression How to Shed Mental Health Labels and Create Personal Meaning (Book): Maisel, Eric, In this provocative and path-breaking distillation of a career spent working with individuals seeking help with mood and motivation, Eric Maisel reveals the implications of one of the era's most dramatic cultural shifts. In recent decades, much of the unhappiness inherent in .   She notes that creativity coach Eric Maisel, PhD has written a book ‘Rethinking Depression’ that explores this topic: “Like Glasser, Maisel takes a nonclinical look at depression .

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In Rethinking the Great Depression, Gene Smiley draws upon this recent scholarship to present a clear and nontechnical analysis for the general reader. He explains the roots of the depression in the s, the efforts of the New Deal to combat the economic crisis, and the legacy of these efforts in World War II and the postwar by: Rather, the book offers proven and practical answers to important king Depression invites the Christian who seeks answers and desires to help others struggling or diagnosed within the psychiatric system to re-examine the current ways of understanding and treating depression and to consider the gracious perspective that in all of our mental suffering, sorrow, and hopelessness—no 5/5(6).

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It would be very helpful to someone who is experiencing a crisis of meaning in his or her life, or finds it difficult to find or make meaning out of life/5. Rethinking Depression: Why Current Treatments Fail th Edition by Kristina Downing-Orr (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kristina Downing-Orr Page.

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In Rethinking the Great Depression, Gene Smiley draws upon this recent scholarship to present a clear and nontechnical analysis for the general reader. He explains the roots of the depression in the s, the efforts of the New Deal to combat the economic crisis, and the legacy of these efforts in World War II and the postwar years/5.

In our book review of Rethinking Depression, by Eric Maisel, PhD, we share the book's main ideas to help you decide if it fits your life coaching goals. Call For A Free Consultation () WIN(). The new book “Rethinking Depression: How to Shed Mental Health Labels and Create Personal Meaning,” was released on Feb.

15,and it explores the theory that depression and many mental disorders in general are essentially lies, and that people are only suffering from unhappiness.

-- Kirk Schneider, PhD, coauthor of Existential-Humanistic Therapy and author of Awakening to Awe "Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression.

Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of /5(28). In Rethinking the Great Depression, Gene Smiley draws upon this recent scholarship to present a clear and nontechnical analysis for the general reader.

He explains the roots of the depression in the s, the efforts of the New Deal to combat the economic crisis, and the legacy of these efforts in World War II and the postwar years/5(26). “Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression.

Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of unhappiness and move toward a meaningful, self-directed life.”/5(30). Rethinking Depression admonishes the church to return to a biblical perspective on the very real human struggles of sorrow, guilt, and hopelessness.

Meet Daniel Get to know Daniel, contact him, or invite him to speak. Volume 1. Volume 3. Volume 5. Mental Illness: The Book Series. Eric Maisel, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, bestselling author of 40 books, and widely regarded as America's foremost creativity coach.

His latest book is Rethinking Depression: How to Shed Mental. “ Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression.

Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of unhappiness and move toward a meaningful, self-directed life.”Brand: New World Library. Here, I have combined my experiences of researching and treat­ ing depression with the intentions of improving treatments and of encouraging better communication between the two psychologies.

Kristina Downing-Orr Oxford, England V Acknowledgments Many people provided the inspiration for this book, and I will be etemally grateful for all their. rethinking the great depression Rethinking The Great Depression. Total Download: Description: The worldwide Great Depression of the s was the Rethinking Canadian Economic Growth And Development Since Description: This book upturns many established ideas Mary Breckinridge.

-- Kirk Schneider, PhD, coauthor of Existential-Humanistic Therapy and author of Awakening to Awe " Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression/5(27).

Rethinking Mental Health How to shed mental health labels and create personal meaning Eric Maisel, Ph.D., is the author of forty books, among them Rethinking Depression.

Rethinking Depression invites the Christian who seeks answers and desires to help others struggling or diagnosed within the psychiatric system to re-examine the current ways of understanding and treating depression and to consider the gracious perspective that in all of our mental suffering, sorrow, and hopelessness—no matter how severe, we are not abnormal or different from one another at our core.

Rethinking Depression attempts to lay out a path for survival in this unhuman world. The real task should be to make this a world worth living in for humans. If the underlying question is "how do we find meaning and make a life in an indifferent universe," I don't think this book has the answers/5.Despite being less than pages, Gene Smiley’s Rethinking the Great.

Depression is a fairly comprehensive, as well as highly readable, account. of the origins, depth and legacy of the Great Depression. The book is intended. for a non-specialist audience, and would be appropriate reading for.