The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity
This handbook is about the psychiatric disorders like depression and comorbidity that are often interlinked with chronic health problems. The symptoms of depression and disorders are very common in chronically distressed close relationships and interpersonal difficulties in the family and even at workplace.this book have aimed at the very important topics related to chronic health problem that must be the part of research studies. Author has discussed these disorders comprehensively with the academic resource that meet the requirements of students of health studies and the recent developments in this field.
It has been written with the collaborative efforts of world class researchers for the preventive and clear approach for explaining the concepts. The included chapters cover the theory, research and practice along with the diversity, evidence base and importance of the most important contemporary topics regarding depression that is depressive comorbidity.
This handbook is helpful and unique reference to know about the topics like comorbidity between depression and PTSD, anxiety, panic, bipolar, personality, alcohol use, eating, sleep disorders along with the topics schizophrenia, suicide, cardiovascular disease, cancer, pain, obesity and intimate relationships that are important to know for researchers, counseling psychologists and even for family therapists along with the counselors working for the general and mental health.