The Little Depression Workbook: Build the life you want with mindfulness, compassion and meaningful action (Little Workbooks) (Paperback)
Depression is a painful place to be - but you don't have to stay there. This pocket guide is designed to help you break free from depression and move towards the life you want. Packed full of guidance, techniques and practical exercises grounded in the latest behavioural science, this book will help you to:
- Manage thoughts and feelings more effectively
- Take practical steps to improve your resilience and well-being
- Create a fuller and more meaningful life
Written by two chartered psychologists with many years of experience in treating depression, this invaluable guide will help you navigate your way out of the dark and build a more fulfilling life.
About the Author
Michael Sinclair (Author)
Dr Michael Sinclair CPsychol AFBPsS CSci is a Consultant Counselling Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a Chartered Scientist registered with the Science Council, and a Senior Practitioner on the Register of Psychologists Specialising in Psychotherapy. Following a career in the NHS, he established City Psychology Group (CPG), a private therapy practice in the City of London. He currently serves as the Clinical Director of CPG, offering therapy to clients using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other mindfulness-based approaches, supervision to other psychologists, ACT coaching to senior executives, workshops for corporate audiences and the general public, and consultancy to corporate occupational health departments. Michael has written seven self-help books including Mindfulness for Busy People (now in its second edition) and The Little ACT Workbook, and is regularly interviewed by the media on topics relating to psychological wellbeing.
Michael Eisen (Author)
Dr Michael Eisen CPsychol DClinPsy, MA (Cantab) is a Clinical Psychologist with experience in both private practice and the NHS. His private work at City Psychology Group (CPG) is primarily with busy professionals, helping them to overcome depression, anxiety and other common difficulties using mindfulness-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). In the NHS, he has worked with clients of all ages, from a wide range of backgrounds, and with the full range of mental health issues, but has specialised in treating violent offenders with serious mental illness. He has a particular interest in mindfulness and meditation, having practised them since 2006, and has undertaken mindfulness teacher training with the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice. He has taught mindfulness to NHS staff groups and patients, to corporate groups at Google and other organisations, and to clients in private practice.