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Depression at College: A Pocket Guide | Student Well-being series
Dominique Thompson
Trigger Press | Welbeck Balance / Softcover / 2019-08-01 / 1789560918
Mood Disorders / College & University Issues
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100 pages
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This illustrated pocket book offers advice, practical tips and useful exercises for students to combat low moods and depression at college. Written by the award-winning student mental health specialist, Dr Dominique Thompson and adapted for the US market by licensed U.S. therapists who specialize in the areas of mental health most affecting the new college student., this easy-to-read guide will ensure that students have all the tools they need to understand the sources of their depression and take steps to reclaim their life from its debilitating effects. Although plenty of people talk about depression, there are still a lot of misconceptions about it. This book will clearly explore what depression is, and investigate the ways in which it can affect anyone. With extracts from students’ own accounts about their depression, and how they learned to manage it, and lots of practical, easy-to-follow examples and exercises, the book will help readers understand their depression, so they can deal with it in the right way for them. Above all, this book will help readers gain real power over their depression so that they can enjoy the full college experience on their terms.

About the Author:

Dr Dominique Thompson has worked with university students for nearly two decades, and in 2017 contributed towards a landmark report on the nation’s student wellbeing, as well as being involved in the Mental Wellbeing in Higher Education working group of Universities UK. Dr Thompson now works with universities across the UK on their mental health strategies, as well as providing training to university staff.

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