Articles: depression

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  1. Moving Through Depression: A Few Steps Further

    by Maggie Baker

    Maggie Baker. A follow up to her previous article Moving Through Depression (issue 34).

  2. Natural Approaches to Depression

    by Rory Myles

    This article describes research linking Depression with a wide range of health problems, including Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Back Pain, Cardiovascular Disease, Physical De...

  3. Suicide - Is It All in Your Mind?

    by Christopher Paul Jones

    In this article, Harley Street therapist Christopher Paul Jones talks about Suicide and asks the questions, ‘is it all in your mind?’.

  4. Support and Care for Postnatal Depression

    by José Calvo

    Although families throughout the world experience a great deal of joy surrounding the birth or adoption of a child, there are many parents who go through some degree of mental angui...

  5. Teen Suicide Prevention and Awareness - I AM NOT OK

    by Steve Wilson

    When I decided to produce a community service video I spoke to several fellow nurses to get their opinion on what type of video would have the most impact on our community. We came...

  6. The Experience of Depression

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Each of us experiences depression in an image which is idiosyncratically our own, and yet which shares a meaning with all other people's images of the experience of depression.

  7. The Myth of Chemical Imbalance

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Dorothy Rowe discusses the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) report on the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressant drugs (SSRIs such as Ser...

  8. What if Depression were a REM Sleep Disorder?

    by Andrew Richardson

    This article, in presenting a particular approach to depression, also provides useful information about the way that the Human Givens philosophy and practice work, and why they are...

  9. What We Fear The Most

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Clinical psychologist Dorothy Rowe, well known for her work on depression and her many books on the subject, explores our fears about ill health and dying.

  10. Young Lives Snuffed Out …Marks didn’t Add Up?

    by Manisha Jain

    The headlines scream at you every morning. One dreads to switch on news channels nowadays. Reason: Reports of students ending their lives over a few measly marks just hit you betwe...

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