Experiencing one depressive episode increases your risk for experiencing another. So in order to reduce the risk, it’s important to be proactive and take good care of yourself.
In his new book, Depression: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, clinical psychologist Lee Coleman, Ph.D, ABPP, includes a valuable chapter on how to take care of yourself after a depressive episode. Coleman also serves as the assistant director and director of training at the California Institute of Technology’s student counseling center.
Below you’ll find four helpful tips for caring for yourself after an episode of depression.
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