Deborah Serani is the author of "Living with Depression" by the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group - which was awarded the 2011 Book of the Year Silver Medal in Psychology by Foreword Reviews.
"I wish that Serani's Living with Depression had been around when I first began to deal with depression. Patients can benefit from the doctor's perspective and doctors can learn from their patients. That they are both the same gifted author is a blessing to all who deal with mental illness."
~ Delta Burke, Actress
"I found Living with Depression to be not only fascinating but, since the author suffers from depression herself, it is compassionate understanding and informative."
~ Jessie Close, Activist, BringChange2Mind.org
"This book is a rare find. Living with Depression manages to explain depression in terms of human biology and experience without downplaying either aspect. Perhaps most impressive is how Serani included a section on how to find a therapist, doctor and alternative treatment-often the biggest hurdle for people seeking treatment. She also describes how to find affordable medication and includes tips on communicating with insurance companies. While Living with Depression is not a medical or psychological treatise, it is perhaps something better: an easy, comprehensive explanation of depression and how to get help." ~ National Alliance on Mental Illness
"Serani courageously shares her path of despair to hope and healing with the intent of helping others from what she has learned and experienced. In Living with Depression, she succeeds with her messages of hope. May this book reach the far corners of both people who suffer from mental illness and those who need to understand it."
~ Michelle Linn-Gust, Ph.D., President, American Association of Suicidology
"Serani courageously reveals her own lifetime struggles with serious depression - and devastating thoughts of suicide. The book has nowhere to go but up from there, and it delivers - with details about her own depression and treatment woven into a useful primer geared to the suffering and their families." ~ Newsday
"Serani offers a guide book with a soul. She clearly writes of the trials of major depression and the promise of science. And she does so as a gutsy clinical psychologist who shares the wisdom made from her suffering, not just her training." ~ Patrick Corrigan, Psy.D., Dean of Psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology
"Serani offers validity and help to those who suffer from mood disorders but feel ashamed or don't know where to turn for help. This is a valuable resource with the potential to save lives." ~ Library Journal