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The Field Guide for Depression

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The Field Guide for Depression: Tools to Motivate, Reframe, and Connect

Navigating depression is a personal journey and involves learning what works for you. This field guide is designed to help you explore different evidence-based tools for depression that address your motivation, internal dialogue, and relationships—the areas of life that most impact our ability to thrive.

  • Made by Therapy Notebooks (New York, USA)
  • 5 sections covering different evidence-based tools effective for managing depression
  • Over 80 journal entries with structured exercises to put those tools to practice
  • Research-based introduction to depression and how to treat it
  • An appendix with additional resources to learn more about the tools that work
  • Contains 272 pages of 75 gsm cream paper for a smooth & fluid writing experience
  • Hardcover, with a thread-sewn, flat-lay binding, linen cover, & heat-sealed ribbon
  • Dimensions: 140 x 216 mm

 

 

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How it works

This journal is designed for you to discover what works for you, so there is no pressure to use the book in order. Try one journal entry, then another—read one resource, then skip to a different one. Tailor the experience to work for you.

Depression is not one-size-fits-all. However, there are tools—and a combination of tools—that work effectively for alleviating it.

We provide over 80 entries in the journaling section spanning all five tools. In addition, you’ll find suggested use tips so you may incorporate them into your journaling routine.

Depending on the tools that resonate with you, you can continue on to seek providers or other resources that build on that framework. This step can help you get the most out of the tools that you’ve found most helpful for your experience of depression.

If you’re ready to learn more, you can find robust educational overviews that cover each evidence-based tool featured in the book.

We included these resources to empower you with the knowledge to understand how and why these evidence-based treatments work.

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Contributors

Diana Hu is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Seattle area. She has experience working in a variety of settings, including college counseling, community mental health, and partial hospitalisation programmes. Diana focused her graduate training on CBT-based therapy modalities, and psychological evaluation for adults. She currently focuses on helping adults strengthen their relationships, navigate intergenerational cultural differences, and feel empowered to lead meaningful lives.

Hod Tamir is a developmental psychologist and licensed mental health counselor. His practice, The WĪSR Place, focuses on wellbeing, identity, sexuality, and relationships. After completing his PhD in Psychology at Florida International University, Hod worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Columbia University and the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Tamir is now focused on clinical practice, teaching, and developing tools to make mental health treatment more accessible.

Emory Strickland is a licensed clinical psychologist in Washington State and currently works at the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS) in the Anxiety Center. He has significant experience delivering evidence-based treatments and working with clients struggling with a range of anxiety and related disorders including, OCD, panic disorder, depression, GAD, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias, PTSD, and body-focused repetitive behaviours.

Meghan Nesmith is a writer and editor based in Boston, MA. She has written extensively on the intersection between relationships, identity, and culture for publications such as Teen Vogue, the Boston Globe, and the Guardian. She is a new(ish) mom to two young girls, an increasingly grumpy orange cat, and a stubborn flower garden.


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