So what do you do when life hands you a major setback? Do you quit, sink into despair and wait for something good to happen to get you past the depression? This book offers practical help.
LeBow knows intimately the challenges of despairóbut more than tható in
Overcoming Disabilities Despair he reveals a systematic approach using
Cognitive Therapy to rise above, attack and defeat the disabilities despair
that can block us from effective happy living. While light-heartedly sharing
some of his own stories of frustration, Dr. LeBow walks us through practical
systematic tools and procedures to reclaim optimism.
Michael D. LeBow Himself disabled for the past 30 years by multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, Dr. LeBow is still a therapist, teacher, writer, and researcher. Currently he is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Manitoba. He resides in Winnipeg with his wife and one of his sons.
| ISBN 9781596300637, 6X9 $18.95
# Paperback: 148 pages
# Also available in Kindle Version
# Publisher: Science & Humanities Press (November 3, 2010)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 1596300639
# ISBN-13: 978-1596300637
# Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.3 inches
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