Why Is Depression So Hard to Treat?

Why is depression so hard to treat?
Dr. Mark Ragins A leading voice in recovery-based treatment theory. http://namila.org Why is depression so hard to treat?



Can cognitive behavioural therapy really change our brains?
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of talking therapy that's used to treat a wide range of mental health problems, from depression and eating disorders to phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It recommends looking at ourselves in … Read more on BBC News

Anorexia or Obesity – facing the fear factor
Psychiatrists and researchers frequently say that eating disorders – whether anorexia or obesity – are often expression of – and a means of coping with – deeper problems. Understanding, and treating, those deeper problems are crucial to addressing the … Read more on CottageCountryNow.ca (blog)

Are parents to blame for child obesity?
"I think our whole attitude towards obesity is completely skewed, if it was as easy as knowing what you should eat and then eating it, we would all be doing it. It's a psychological issue. "If a child has anorexia, we don't automatically blame the … Read more on U.TV