21 Books on Depression: Helpful Resources for When You Feel Depressed
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Originally Published: July 14, 2020
Original Author: Eric Patterson, LPCP
Original Reviewer: Dena Westphalen, PharmD
Updated: January 11, 2022
Author: No Change
Reviewer: No Change
Primary Changes: Added 10 new books. New material reviewed by Dena Westphalen, PharmD.