The 10-Step Depression Relief Workbook: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Approach
Publisher: Althea Press
ISBN 10: 1939754364
ISBN 13: 978-1939754363
Defeat depression in 10-steps with CBT-focused exercises from the Depression Relief Workbook.
CBT therapy is an effective, evidence-based method to take control of your depression. In the Depression Relief Workbook, Dr. Simon Rego, a professor and expert in CBT therapy with over 20 years of experience treating depression, teams up with mental health advocate and CEO of Stigma Fighters, Sarah Fader, to break CBT therapy down into an easy-to-follow personalized program to help you heal from depression. Offering guidance and support, the Depression Relief Workbook gives you a practical and straightforward 10-step strategy to fight depression and keep it from coming back.
Inside the Depression Relief Workbook you’ll find:
- A Personal Plan providing guidance and relief for anyone suffering from mild to moderate depression, for use on their own, or in tandem with a larger therapy program
- A 10-Step Strategy to Get Better applying the most effective tools of CBT therapy to understand, identify, and break negative thought patterns
- Life Changing Exercises helping you define, combat, and overcome depression through activities, worksheets, questionnaires, and opportunities for reflection
“In The 10-Step Depression Relief Workbook, Dr. Rego and Ms. Fader have taken the best of what decades of research on clinical treatment of depression has to offer and developed an accessible self-help program that will be useful not only to individuals experiencing depression, but also by practitioners looking for a helpful clinical supplement for their clients.”―Christopher R. Martell, Ph.D., Co-Author of Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time
“More and more we are learning the value of "been there, done that" in medical care. Sarah Fader's lived experience makes her uniquely qualified to give other people living with depression valuable hints, tips, and insights into managing their disorder. This book provides a great roadmap for success that anyone can follow. If you, or a loved one, is suffering from depression, this is a great resource."―Gabe Howard, Mental Health Activist
"Dr. Rego and Ms. Fader have woven together a clear and accessible guide that offers a step-by-step structure for what is most difficult in finding relief from depression – putting information and insight to work and creating actual changes in thinking and behavior. You feel as you read that they are right there with you, cheering you on – as you discover what is fueling your depression, and begin the work of challenging your mind to create a more rational way of living."―Dr. Margaret Rutherford PhD., creator of The SelfWork Podcast
“Creating a toolbox for treating bipolar depression may sound like a cliché, but the more skills you have, the more stable and fulfilling life can be. Sarah Fader & Dr. Simon Rego know from experience the importance of managing depression--that we need relief from our often relentless, cruel and self-deprecating thoughts. CBT is proven effective and life-changing. I highly recommend this well organized, professional and thoughtful approach to a life changing tool.”―Julie A. Fast, author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder, Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder and Get it Done When You’re Depressed
“Depression and anxiety are among the most diagnosed disorders experienced by those struggling with mental illness, and both vary in severity from functional, to debilitating. Through The 10-Step Depression Workbook, Dr. Simon Rego and Sarah Fader employ evidence-based CBT techniques, and transform this effective therapy into an easily accessible practice. I will most certainly recommend this workbook to my clients.”―Vincent J. Fitzgerald, LCSW, Psychotherapist, Bowen Family Systems Coach
“In The 10-Step Depression Relief Workbook, Dr. Rego and Ms. Fader have taken the best of what decades of research on clinical treatment of depression has to offer and developed an accessible self-help program that will be useful not only to individuals experiencing depression, but also by practitioners looking for a helpful clinical supplement for their clients. This comprehensive, research-based book is a welcome addition to the family of offerings for those looking to find ways out of the morass of depression.”―Christopher R. Martell, Ph.D., ABPP. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Co-Author of Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time: The New Behavioral Activation Strategy for Getting your Life Back and Behavioral Activation for Depression: A Clinician’s Guide
"Dr. Simon Rego and Sarah Fader have written a marvelously clear and accessible workbook describing the ins and outs of CBT, and how it can be used on its own or as an accompaniment to therapy. The 10-Step Depression Workbook provides an overview of the basic principles and key strategies underlying the CBT approach, and allows the reader to move through at their own pace."―Steven D. Hollon, Ph.D., Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Psychology, Professor of Psychology and Human Development, Professor of Psychiatry Vanderbilt University
"Depression is a global health crisis. This is tragic, because evidence based treatments exist, although they can be hard to find. Thankfully, these expert authors have given us a user-friendly guide to how we can free ourselves from depression, and embrace our lives. This book has my highest recommendation!"―Dennis Tirch PhD, Director, The Center for Compassion Focused Therapy, Associate Clinical Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
About the Author
SIMON A. REGO, PsyD is a board certified cognitive behavioral psychologist with over 20 years of experience. He is the Chief Psychologist, Director of Psychology Training, and Director of the CBT Training Program at Montefiore Medical Center in New York. He is also an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Simon lives in New York.
SARAH FADER is the CEO and Founder of Stigma Fighters, a non-profit organization that helps individuals with mental illness. Her work has been featured on Good Day New York, Psychology Today, Women’s Health Magazine, and the Washington Post. Sarah was born and raised in New York.