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Peaceful Mind : Using Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Psychology to Overcome Depression
McQuaid, John R., PhD and Paula E. Carmona, RN, MSN (Foreword by Zindel V. Segal, PhD)
New Harbinger / Softcover / 2004-04-01 / 157224366X
Mindfulness Meditation / Depression & Manic Depression
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A concept grounded in the practice of certain forms of Buddhism, mindfulness is the conscious, uninvolved awareness of the present moment. Western psychologists have recently learned that this state of mind is particularly conducive to the accomplishment of cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT: an active mode of psychological treatment that attempts to recognize and counter negative thoughts and behaviors before they lead to debilitating symptoms like depression. This approachable and easy-to-use book makes these powerful integrative techniques available to you. Peaceful Mind provides you with an understanding of the thoughts that lead to depression. Learn how to find the motivation to confront depressive feelings. By "sitting" with painful emotions and allowing them to pass, discover how you can reduce the frequency of depressive episodes. Using meditation practices for observation and awareness, develop the ability to recognize triggers that can lead to aggravated periods of the disorder. When you change how you approach your day-to-day life, you strengthen the skills you need to move beyond depression and develop lasting peace of mind.
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