Insight into Depression




Start to make sense of how you feel, and find hope that change is possible.

Depression touches the lives of so many people, yet it is often feared, ignored or misunderstood. Combining knowledge of individual experience, psychological research and professional practice, this book seeks to bring understanding and offer support and help to both sufferers and carers.

Key insights in this book include:

  • Recognising signs and symptoms
  • Exploding myths about depression
  • How depression speaks into and about our faith
  • Finding hope for climbing out of the darkness

About the authors

Wendy Bray has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books, and written countless features and Bible reading notes. Wendy is an associate priest at All Saints, Clifton in Bristol and is married with two adult children. She is living with stage IV breast cancer and is currently researching the way suffering and liturgy relate to one another.

Chris Ledger worked as a counsellor, supervisor and trainer in the NHS, and now has a private practice. She enjoys speaking at Christian meetings and is a regular tutor on CWR’s Insight Days, also co-authoring several books in this series. She is a licensed lay minister at
Greyfriars Church, Reading.

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