|Title:||The Human Dimension of Depression|
|Other Titles:||A Practical Guide to Diagnosis, Understanding, and Treatment|
|Description:||This book describes the depressive in his natural habitat, studies the everyday problems that cause his depression, and develops treatment approaches directed to his real-world plight. It explores the borderland between the sacred and profane, the academic and the popular, the scientific-but-impractical and the practical-but-unscientific, the academic/formal/inhuman and the underground/ informal/human, the disease and its metamorphoses to normality and to creativity|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology|
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