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  1. 6.2 hrs • 8/16/2016 • Unabridged

    Board-certified clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Michelle Bengtson offers hope to those struggling with depression As a board-certified neuropsychologist, Dr. Michelle Bengtson sees the devastation of depression. Early on, she practiced the most effective treatments and prescribed them for her clients. But when she experienced depression herself, she found that the treatments she had recommended were lacking. Her experience showed her the missing component in treating depression. In Hope Prevails Dr. Bengtson writes with deep compassion, blending her training and faith, to offer listeners a hope grounded in God’s love and grace. She helps listeners understand what depression is, how it affects them spiritually, and what, by God’s grace, it cannot do. The result is an approach that offers the hope of release, not just the management of symptoms. For those who struggle with depression and those who want to help them, Hope Prevails offers hope for the future.

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    Hope Prevails

    Foreword by Marilyn Meberg
    Read by Nan McNamara
    6.2 hrs • 8/16/16 • Unabridged
  2. 0.7 hrs • 5/15/2016 • Unabridged

    Counselling can help you to alleviate depression and open your life to peace and joy, we will help you to overcome negative thought patterns, and regain control of your life, your attitude, and your reactions. This Counseling audio recording, will assist you on your journey moving forward, it will also help you with strategies to keep yourself focused on your daily life, and your goals. Keeping your mind focused on these steps will keep your mind away from previous patterns of depression, and will help you to re-train yourself in these new habits. This approximately 40 minute audio recording, takes you through the steps required to implement the changes in your life and further assist with strategies and suggestions which will reinforce the positive changes you are making.

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    Conquering Depression with Counseling

    0.7 hrs • 5/15/16 • Unabridged
  3. 10.3 hrs • 3/15/2016 • Unabridged

    A groundbreaking, science-based, and holistic approach to treating depression—not as a disease, but as a systemic imbalance—that will rescue millions of women currently taking pharmaceuticals or considering it. Last year alone thirty million Americans were prescribed $12 billion of antidepressants—SSRI’s are steadily becoming a traditional medicine panacea for depression, anxiety, panic attacks. Patients—overwhelmingly female—are looking for solutions, but according to Dr. Kelly Brogan, the help these women want can’t be found at the pharmacy. Antidepressants are not only the wrong way to treat depression, but their long-term use can permanently dismantle the body’s self-healing mechanisms. We need a new paradigm: The best way to heal the brain is to heal the body. Based on her expert interpretation of published medical findings combined with years of evidence from helping her own patients, Dr. Brogan illuminates the real cause of depression: it is not a simple neurochemical disorder but rather a complex inflammatory disease—a manifestation of irregularities in the body that start far away from neural synapses and serotonin. In A Mind of Your Own, she demolishes the myths traditional medicine has built around the causes and treatment of depression, and offers a proscriptive, step-by-step thirty-day action plan—including dietary modifications, over-the-counter supplements, detoxification, sleep, and stress reduction techniques—women can use to heal their bodies, eradicate inflammation, and feel like themselves again. Bold, brave, and revolutionary, A Mind of Your Own challenges readers to question their assumptions and regain control of their own well-being—and on their own terms.

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    A Mind of Your Own

    10.3 hrs • 3/15/16 • Unabridged
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  4. 8.0 hrs • 9/15/2015 • Unabridged

    The astonishing story of one man’s recovery in the face of traumatic loss—and a powerful meditation on the resilience of the soul On July 23, 2007, Dr. William Petit suffered an unimaginable horror: armed strangers broke into his suburban Connecticut home in the middle of the night, bludgeoned him nearly to death, tortured and killed his wife and two daughters, and set their house on fire. He miraculously survived, and yet living through those horrific hours was only the beginning of his ordeal. Broken and defeated, Bill was forced to confront a question of ultimate consequence: How does a person find the strength to start over and live again after confronting the darkest of nightmares? In The Rising, acclaimed journalist Ryan D’Agostino takes us into Bill Petit’s world, using unprecedented access to Bill and his family and friends to craft a startling, inspiring portrait of human strength and endurance. To understand what produces a man capable of surviving the worst, D’Agostino digs deep into Bill’s all-American upbringing, and in the process tells a remarkable story of not just a man’s life, but of a community’s power to shape that life through its embrace of loyalty and self-sacrifice as its most important values. Following Bill through the hardest days—through the desperate times in the aftermath of the attack and the harrowing trials of the two men responsible for it—The Rising offers hope that we can find a way back to ourselves, even when all seems lost. Today, Bill Petit has remarried. He and his wife have an infant son. The very existence of this new family defies rational expectation, and yet it confirms our persistent, if oft unspoken, belief that we are greater than what befalls us, and that the wells we draw on in trying times can sate almost bottomless need. Bill’s story, told as never before in The Rising, is by turns compelling and uplifting, an affirmation of the inexhaustible power of the human spirit.

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    The Rising

    8.0 hrs • 9/15/15 • Unabridged
  5. 3.3 hrs • 9/15/2015 • Unabridged

    Many Christians mistakenly believe that true Christians don’t get depressed, and this misconception heaps additional pain and guilt onto Christians who are suffering from mental and emotional distress. Author David P. Murray comes to the defense of depressed Christians, asserting that Christians do get depressed! He explains why and how Christians should study depression, what depression is, and the approaches caregivers, pastors, and churches can take to help those who are suffering from it. With clarity and wise biblical insight, Dr. Murray offers help and hope to those suffering from depression, the family members and friends who care for them, and pastors ministering to these wounded members of their flock.

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    Christians Get Depressed Too

    3.3 hrs • 9/15/15 • Unabridged
  6. 4.3 hrs • 9/1/2015

    Do you want to be more alert? Do you experience symptoms that have no obvious cause? Discover why countless health problems may have inflammation as a common denominator. Learn about the link between allergy and suicide, and how too much immunity can trigger depression and fatigue. Heart disease and cancer are also linked with too much immunity in the form of inflammation. But too little immunity can result in infection.This program will provide a clear understanding of how the immune system works and ways you can achieve a state of optimal health. Learn how stress and self destructive emotions can bring about infection and autoimmunityUnderstand how immune system cytokines can trigger depression and fatigueLearn how anti-inflammatory diets can lessen the pain of inflammationDiscover how personality can predict flare-ups of autoimmunity

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    How to Feel Better

    Seminar by Dr. Nick Hall
    4.3 hrs • 9/1/15
  7. 8.0 hrs • 5/12/2015 • Unabridged

    The simple, untold truth about anxiety and depression is that they are habits of insecurity—and like all habits, they can be broken. In this new edition of the highly successful Self-Coaching, Dr. Joseph Luciani presents his proven approach that has worked wonders for his patients as well as readers from around the world. Whether you struggle with worrisome thoughts, panic, depression, or compulsions, Self-Coaching shows you how to stop feeding these habits. Combining training exercises for overcoming negative thought patterns with cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, Self-Coaching shows you how to change your way of thinking and develop a healthy, adaptive way of living. This updated edition provides new powerful training tips and motivational tools; updated action steps and practical solutions for accomplishing what you want in life; and more real-life stories of people who beat anxiety and depression.

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    Self-Coaching, Completely Revised and Updated Second Edition by Joseph J. Luciani, PhD
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  8. 0.9 hrs • 5/1/2015

    Dr. Lee Pulos is a leader in the field of mind, body, and spirit. Let him show you how visualization, a mental technique that uses the imagination, can lead to success and make your dreams and goals come true. Benefit from his short hypnosis, self-talk, and subliminal programs to achieve results quickly in any area. Depression is the most common mental health symptom in the world. This audio recording offers two different hypnotic approaches for overcoming many of its symptoms.

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  9. 7.8 hrs • 3/10/2015 • Unabridged

    In seven simple steps, Uncovering Happiness uses cutting-edge mindfulness and self-compassion techniques along with innovations in neuroscience to release natural antidepressants in the brain. Dr. Goldstein shows you how to take back control of your mind, your mood, and your life. Most of us believe when we’re depressed that our situation is hopeless. That’s a mistake, Dr. Elisha Goldstein reassures us in Uncovering Happiness. The secret to overcoming depression and uncovering happiness is in harnessing our brain’s own natural antidepressant power and ultimately creating a more resilient antidepressant brain. Uncovering Happiness is grounded in two key foundations: mindfulness and self-compassion, and backed by recent scientific discoveries. New research shows that mindfulness reduces the risk of relapse in people who have experienced depression and can be a significant alternative, or supplement, to medication. Goldstein explores our natural antidepressants—along with mindfulness and self-compassion, purpose, play, and confidence—and offers specific techniques for putting them into action. Together these elements can transform something that typically forces us to spiral downward and turn it into an upward spiral of self-worth and resiliency.

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    Uncovering Happiness

    7.8 hrs • 3/10/15 • Unabridged
  10. 12.2 hrs • 3/3/2015 • Unabridged

    Women are leaders, breadwinners, and caregivers. We’re leaning in so much we’re about to fall over. To take the edge off, many women pop a pill, eat something sugary, have a drink, or spend mindless time online. These activities quickly become patterns that take an enormous toll on women’s bodies and natural hormonal balance.  Women are made to be moody and, according to Dr. Holland, that’s a strength—not a weakness. Our culture tells us otherwise, but when used properly, moodiness is power. By design, our hormones ebb and flow over a twenty-eight-day cycle and wax and wane over decades of fertility. Women are naturally emotional and empathetic because of these fluctuations and our evolutionary role as caretakers. Our moods govern our reproductive cycle, but they are also a smart feedback system. They let us know when our bodies are primed to tackle different challenges and when we should be alert to developing problems.  Dr. Julie Holland has been sharing her frank and funny wisdom with her patients for years, and in Moody Bitches, Dr. Holland offers readers insider information about the pros and cons of the drugs they’re being offered, as well as some surprising and highly effective, individual, natural therapies that can help them press the reset button in their own bodies and minds. In the tradition of Our Bodies, Our Selves, this groundbreaking guide for all ages will forge a much needed new path in women’s health—and offer women invaluable information on how to be better, more balanced bitches at every stage of life.

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    Moody Bitches

    12.2 hrs • 3/3/15 • Unabridged
  11. 4.5 hrs • 3/1/2014 • Unabridged

    Nearly every depressed person is assured by doctors, well-meaning friends and family, the media, and ubiquitous advertisements that the underlying problem is a chemical imbalance. Such a simple defect should be fixable, yet despite all of the resources that have been devoted to finding a pharmacological solution, depression remains stubbornly widespread. Why are we losing this fight? In this humane and illuminating challenge to defect models of depression, psychologist Jonathan Rottenberg argues that depression is a particularly severe outgrowth of our natural capacity for emotion. In other words, it is a low mood gone haywire. Drawing on recent developments in the science of mood—and his own harrowing depressive experience as a young adult—Rottenberg explains depression in evolutionary terms, showing how its dark pull arises from adaptations that evolved to help our ancestors ensure their survival. Moods, high and low, evolved to compel us to more efficiently pursue rewards. While this worked for our ancestors, our modern environment—in which daily survival is no longer a sole focus—makes it all too easy for low mood to slide into severe, long-lasting depression. Weaving together experimental and epidemiological research, clinical observations, and the voices of individuals who have struggled with depression, The Depths offers a bold new account of why depression endures—and makes a strong case for destigmatizing this increasingly common condition. In so doing, Rottenberg offers hope in the form of his own and other patients’ recovery, and points the way towards new paths for treatment.

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    The Depths

    4.5 hrs • 3/1/14 • Unabridged
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    9.1 hrs • 7/25/2013 • Unabridged

    Although we have bandages for cuts, chicken soup for colds, and ice packs for bruises, most of us have no idea how to treat day-to-day emotional injuries such as failure, rejection, and loss. But, as Guy Winch, PhD, points out, these kinds of emotional injuries often get worse when left untreated and can significantly impact our quality of life. In this fascinating and highly practical book, Winch provides the emotional first aid treatments we have been lacking. Explaining the long-term fallout that can result from seemingly minor emotional and psychological injuries, Dr. Winch offers concrete, easy-to-use exercises backed up by hard cutting-edge science to aid in recovery. He uses relatable anecdotes about real patients he has treated over the years, often with a much-needed sense of humor.

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    Emotional First Aid

    9.1 hrs • 7/25/13 • Unabridged
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  13. 7.1 hrs • 2/1/2013 • Unabridged

    Happiness Is a Choice has helped hundreds of thousands of people understand and overcome depression. Whether depression is felt mildly or acutely, temporarily or persistently, it strikes just about everyone at some point. Drawing from their professional training, counseling experience, and biblical knowledge, the authors provide expert answers to questions such as what causes depression? Is there a cure for depression? Why do Christians suffer from depression? Minirth and Meier explore the complex relationship between spiritual life and psychological health and then spell out basic steps for recovering from depression and maintaining a happy, fulfilling life. Families, pastors, counselors, and anyone struggling to overcome depression will benefit from this book.

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    Happiness Is a Choice

    7.1 hrs • 2/1/13 • Unabridged
  14. 7.3 hrs • 6/1/2012 • Unabridged

    Irving Kirsch has the world doubting the efficacy of antidepressants. Do they work, or are they no better than placebos? Like his colleagues, Kirsch spent years referring patients to psychiatrists to have their depression treated with drugs. Eventually, however, he decided to investigate for himself just how effective the drugs actually were. With fifteen years of research, Kirsch demonstrates that what everyone “knew” about antidepressants is wrong—what the medical community considered a cornerstone of psychiatric treatment is little more than a faulty consensus. But The Emperor’s New Drugs does more than just criticize: it offers a path society can follow to stop popping pills and start proper treatment.

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    The Emperor’s New Drugs by Irving Kirsch, PhD

    The Emperor’s New Drugs

    7.3 hrs • 6/1/12 • Unabridged
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  15. 22.2 hrs • 2/21/2012 • Unabridged

    The Noonday Demon examines depression in personal, cultural, and scientific terms. Drawing on his own struggles with the illness and interviews with fellow sufferers, doctors and scientists, policymakers and politicians, drug designers and philosophers, Solomon reveals the subtle complexities and sheer agony of the disease. He confronts the challenge of defining the illness and describes the vast range of available medications, the efficacy of alternative treatments, and the impact the malady has had on various demographic populations around the world and throughout history. He also explores the thorny patch of moral and ethical questions posed by emerging biological explanations for mental illness. With uncommon humanity, candor, wit, and erudition, National Book Award winner Andrew Solomon takes readers on a journey of incomparable range and resonance into the most pervasive of family secrets.

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    The Noonday Demon

    22.2 hrs • 2/21/12 • Unabridged
  16. 3.4 hrs • 2/2/2012 • Unabridged

    Addressing areas of everyday life—from the anxiety of visiting the dentist to personal depression—this guide helps listeners eliminate the prohibitive nature of fear and sadness. Incorporating such techniques as visual meditation and self-recorded transcripts to listen to while sleeping, listeners learn to gain control over their negative thoughts and feelings and conquer the paralyzing and unhealthy symptoms associated with anxiety and depression.

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    By Alan Eastman, with Ron Nurwisah
    3.4 hrs • 2/2/12 • Unabridged
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