DAVID D. BURNS, M.D. is a clinical psychiatrist whose
groundbreaking Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy was rated
number one in a national survey of mental health professionals as
the most frequently recommended self-help book on depression. The
companion, The Feeling Good Handbook, was rated number two.
Dr. Burns is a popular lecturer and guest on national radio and
television. He is currently clinical associate professor of
psychiatry at Stanford University of Medicine and is certificed by
the National Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
If you are looking for sound, workable advice on how to change your
life a little or a lot, this is the book for you * Robert L. Leahy,
Ph.D., Director, Centre for Cognitive Therapy, New York *
Dr Burns has done it again. He had provided us with clearly described and practical guidelines for dealing with fears, anxieties, panic attacks, procrastination, and communication problems ... invaluable * M. Anthony Bates, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Dublin Ireland *
Carries the very useful procedures of Feeling Good into many other important areas of life. Clear, systematic, and forceful. * Albert Ellis, Ph.D., President, Institute for Rational-Emotional Therapy and author of A New Guide to Rational Living *
This book makes a difference. Anyone who experiences emotional distress (that is, everyone) will find this book invaluable. Dr. Burns presents dozens of helpful exercises in his inimitable, lively, and self-revealing style. * Jackie Persons, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California at San Francisco, and Director, San Francisco Bay Area Centre for Cognitive Therapy *