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Depression and Women: An Integrative Treatment Approach

by Susan Simonds PhD

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0826114458, Hardcover)

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"Even the most seasoned therapist will gain new insights and perspectives about treating depressed women from reading Dr. Simond's new book."
- Dorothy W. Canton, PsyD Former President, American Psychological Association

"...Whether the clinician wants the latest, best-documented information about women and depression or a set of guidelines for contemporary approaches to the treatment of depression in women, this is the book to turn to."
- Bonnie Strickland, PhD Professor of Psychology, University of Massachusetts


In her newest book, Simonds presents "Integrative Relational Therapy," her unique nonpathologizing approach to psychotherapy with depressed women. IRT integrates empirically-supported therapies, feminist theories of depression, creative arts therapies, and mindfulness-based techniques into a cohesive model that addresses the gender and cultural factors contributing to women's depression.

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This book presents a unique, nonpathologizing, and user-friendly model for psychotherapy with depressed women. The author integrates empirically-supported therapies, feminist theories of depression, creative arts therapies, and mindfulness-based techniques. The book also addresses relapse prevention, reproductive-related events, special medication issues for women, and the latest research on alternative remedies. Unique features of the book include three conceptual maps that guide the therapist throughout the course of therapy, weaving a common thread while allowing for the individuality of each client. The book also includes a list of integrative resources and recommended readings in feminist therapy, alternative therapies, and holistic approaches to the treatment of depression, anxiety, and women's reproductive-related events.

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