"Dominic Lam and his colleagues have produced a comprehensive and coherent guide to the theory and practice of cognitive therapy for bipolar disorders. This excellent book combines an up–to–date review of the literature on psychosocial aspects of bipolar disorders with clearly written descriptions of the clinical interventions that particularly benefit this group of patients." Professor Jan Scott, Head of Dept. of Psychiatry, Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland
"A cognitive approach to manic depressive disorders which has been shown to be effective. In conjunction with his colleagues Lam has produced this book which clearly describes strategies for coping with these disorders, and is liberally illustrated with clinical examples to make this promising new approach accessible to clinicians." Professor Julian Leff, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK This book appears in The Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology
Review of Current Treatment.
Psycho–Social Models in Bipolar Disorder.
A Model of Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for Bipolar Disorder.
Introducing the Model to the Patient.
Self–Management and Coping with Prodromes.
Manic Depression and the Self.
Family and Social Aspects.
Interpersonal Issues in Therapy and Issues Related to Services.
"..I found this book to be highly resonant...and easy to dip into in search of specific information..I strongly recommend it to clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals and their trainees (Behaviour Research & Therapy, No.40, 2002)