BACK FROM THE BRINK TOO: Helping your loved one overcome depression

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BACK FROM THE BRINK TOO: Helping your loved one overcome depression

$32.95

This book offers a path forward. You’ll learn:

  1. Which treatments really work

  2. How to get them to open up when they reject your enquiries

  3. How to assess the risk of self-harm and what to do to help prevent it

  4. How to successfully navigate your way through the mental health system

  5. How to discuss depression with children

  6. Where to find information and support for you

  7. How to best support someone with depression without sacrificing your own wellbeing

BACK FROM THE BRINK TOO includes a comprehensive list of resources for those caring for people with depression.

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Caring for Someone with Depression: What to say and not say

Over 2 million Australians are currently supporting a loved one with depression, yet many of them feel isolated and alone.

Research shows they often feel frustrated, rejected, and unable to find the right help.

Alarmingly, 81% of caregivers report that their own mental or physical health has been adversely affected. Yet their support and care is essential to their loved one’s recovery.

“This book goes to the heart of how individuals can care for someone with depression. It also comes from the heart – of someone who has walked the journey and can define how caregivers can best “care”.
Professor Gordon Parker, Executive Director, The Black Dog Institute

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This book offers a path forward. You’ll learn:

  1. Which treatments really work

  2. How to get them to open up when they reject your enquiries

  3. How to assess the risk of self-harm and what to do to help prevent it

  4. How to successfully navigate your way through the mental health system

  5. How to discuss depression with children

  6. Where to find information and support for you

  7. How to best support someone with depression without sacrificing your own wellbeing

BACK FROM THE BRINK TOO includes a comprehensive list of resources for those caring for people with depression.