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Beyond The Blues: Prenatal and Postpartum Depression, A Treatment Manual Paperback – February 15, 2002

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PLEASE SEE NEW BOOK, Beyond the Blues, A Guide to Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression, 2003, by Bennett and Indman

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"Succinct yet informative, a useful guide for the busy practitioner or overwhelmed mother."
Valerie Raskin MD, author of This Isn't What I Expected, Overcoming Postpartum Depression and When Words Are Not Enough.

"While the topic is extremely complex their book provides the most essential information in a concise manner".
Jane Honikman MS, Founding Director, Postpartum Support International

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Mood Swings Pr (February 15, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0971712409
  • ISBN-13: 978-0971712409
  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 5.5 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,422,004 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Kim Richardson on May 10, 2002
I highly recommend this book to pregnant families and all professionals, not only those who specialize in treating postpartum reactions. All ob-gyn's, doctors, lactation consultants, birth teachers, doulas and pediatricians should own and keep referring to this very accessible and accurate book. Perhaps more women (and their infants and families) who suffer in confusion behind closed doors, would be identified early and referred to a skilled professional for something that is so treatable, but too seldom treated.
As a psychotherapist treating women presenting with postpartum reactions, I have referred to the information in this book over and over. Drs Indman and Bennett are two reliable sources who have checked all their facts while intelligently turning this very complex topic into something so clear and understandable.
Most useful to me, are the treatment protocols at the back of the book. A look of relief washes over a pregnant client's face when, together we have identified her risk factors, and chosen a course of treatment that follows these detailed protocols. For women who find it so difficult to be vulnerable, or accept help or care, there is something very reassuring and validating in knowing that the psychotherapy we embark on is necessarily "prescribed" for her, and will give her the best chance of preventing or working through her depression or/and anxiety.
Kim Richardson, M.A., LCPC...
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"Beyond the Blues" is a wonderful resource. After discovering the book, I immediately ordered several more copies to share with counseling and lactation colleagues and with families in my practice. Everyone loves it! It is clearly written and easy to read with helpful information readily accessible. It is also written with compassion and filled with practical wisdom.
This book is an invaluable resource for mothers experiencing prenatal or postpartum distress, family members and all the professionals that work with new families: OB's, midwives and pediatricians, childbirth educators, doulas and lactation consultants. Thank you Drs. Indman and Bennett for your valuable contribution.
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This book is a shining light for the diagnosis and treatment of Post Partum Depression. It is written both for the professional and for families. Without the usual padding, the book is clear and to the point, and easily understood. What makes it a treat is the authors' passion underlying the information. This book is an important contribution to the rapidly growing interest in PPD, as well as to every family with a new mom.
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I believe this book is very well written. As someone who has experienced postpartum depression. I believe this book would have been very beneficial to Obgyn's, Nurse Practitioners and all who care for childbearing women. I also believe that myself and my family did not have suffer if people were more aware. This book is very concise and easy to understand. Dr. Bennett and Mrs. Indman have done a outstanding job to help and bring Postpartum Depression to the forefront. Thank you to you both.
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