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Depression and Bipolar Workbook
30 lifestyle changes you can make that treat depression and stabilize bipolar.
A Spectrum Approach to Mood Disorders
A practical textbook for physicians, nurses, therapists, and those who want to understand the science behind the spectrum.
How the mood spectrum looks in real life, with detailed chapters on natural therapies, medications, and tips for friends and family.
Also available on audio.
Most textbooks teach you how to choose medications. This one shows you how to prescribe them.