Overcoming Mood Swings

Jan Scott

Professor Jan Scott is an internationally renowned expert in the use of CBT in the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder. Head of Glasgow University’s Department of Psychiatry, she is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapists. She is also a trustee of the Mental Health Foundation.  

 

Overcoming Mood Swings is a self-help manual based upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for those who experience intense mood swings. It offers tried and tested techniques to help readers to identify and then manage their mood swings effectively.

 

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This useful self-help book is in four parts.

Part One sets the background and discusses

  • the nature of mood swings
  • the causes of manic depression
  • the types of treatment available
  • the CBT model of mood disorders

Part Two focuses upon

  • self-monitoring
  • self-regulation
  • managing problems of medication

Part Three deals with the self-management of depression and hypomania, and puts into practice the techniques learned in Part Two. These skills in turn are preparation for Part Four, which discusses how mood swings can be monitored in the future, and how the skills can be applied to other areas of life.

 

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This is an excellent self-help book. It is clear, user-friendly, encouraging and non-condescending. I would recommend my patients to read this book.

Dominic Lam, Institute of Psychiatry, London,
British Journal of Clinical Psychology

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