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Early and appropriate treatment of mental illness can reduce much suffering for both those who are afflicted and those who love them. Edited by three notable LDS clinical psychologists, this comprehensive resource will help LDS families have a more accurate understanding of mental illness. It includes chapters on anxiety disorders, mood disorders, depression, ADHD, eating Early and appropriate treatment of mental illness can reduce much suffering for both those who are afflicted and those who love them. Edited by three notable LDS clinical psychologists, this comprehensive resource will help LDS families have a more accurate understanding of mental illness. It includes chapters on anxiety disorders, mood disorders, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, cognitive disorders, and dozens of other mental illnesses. You'll learn how to strengthen spiritual, social, and emotional coping skills, and find out how mental illnesses can be treated and where to find competent help. Also great for LDS church leaders and others in counseling roles.


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Early and appropriate treatment of mental illness can reduce much suffering for both those who are afflicted and those who love them. Edited by three notable LDS clinical psychologists, this comprehensive resource will help LDS families have a more accurate understanding of mental illness. It includes chapters on anxiety disorders, mood disorders, depression, ADHD, eating Early and appropriate treatment of mental illness can reduce much suffering for both those who are afflicted and those who love them. Edited by three notable LDS clinical psychologists, this comprehensive resource will help LDS families have a more accurate understanding of mental illness. It includes chapters on anxiety disorders, mood disorders, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, cognitive disorders, and dozens of other mental illnesses. You'll learn how to strengthen spiritual, social, and emotional coping skills, and find out how mental illnesses can be treated and where to find competent help. Also great for LDS church leaders and others in counseling roles.

46 review for Matters of the Mind: Latter-day Saint Helps for Mental Health

  1. 5 out of 5

    Summer Anderson

    This book is very insightful and uplifting. I came away from it feeling more educated on how to be more supportive and compassionate toward those managing a mental illness.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ryceejo

    I would give it a 3.5. I liked the example stories; they illustrated each disorder well. I really did NOT care for the "How Can You Help Yourself?" sections. They really irked me. If I had schizophrenia, I probably would NOT be reading this book! The suggestions were really generic; after going on for six pages about how complicated treatment is, the authors would then make disingenuous suggestions. However, this book is a good reference to have on hand! It explains a lot of disorders in simple, I would give it a 3.5. I liked the example stories; they illustrated each disorder well. I really did NOT care for the "How Can You Help Yourself?" sections. They really irked me. If I had schizophrenia, I probably would NOT be reading this book! The suggestions were really generic; after going on for six pages about how complicated treatment is, the authors would then make disingenuous suggestions. However, this book is a good reference to have on hand! It explains a lot of disorders in simple, easy-to-understand terms.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dany

    good book, it's very clinical and has a lot of information. It is from an LDS perspective, but agree's that mental illness can't be prayed and fasted away, and although they agree that Priesthood blessings can ease anxiety, they display physical proof of the differences in the brain of many mental illness' good book, it's very clinical and has a lot of information. It is from an LDS perspective, but agree's that mental illness can't be prayed and fasted away, and although they agree that Priesthood blessings can ease anxiety, they display physical proof of the differences in the brain of many mental illness'

  4. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    This is a very good book to help you understand many different mental illnesses and how to help them. The beginning has religious helps from scriptures and talks from LDS apostles and prophets. This one is in my library to refer back to. I wish I had found this 12 years ago to help my husband with his depression!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Janiece

    Broad in scope (yay!) but not so muchin depth. A great addition to dispelling the myths and stigma of mental illness and understanding it from a gospel view point. Found some choice nuggets here. Recommended for everyone. Can be read all the way through or just used as a reference.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jodi Nelson

    More of a source and reference book than a cover-to-cover read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Armatstorage

    It has some useful information. I recommend it to anyone wanting to understand more of the mind and it's matters(: It has some useful information. I recommend it to anyone wanting to understand more of the mind and it's matters(:

  8. 4 out of 5

    Russ

    Good information about mental illness from an LDS perspective. More a reference book than a straight read; still, full of useful information.

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