Join us all this week as we acknowledge the finalists in the 2010 Outskirts Press Best Book of the Year Award. Today we focus on Robert J. Mignone, M.D., F.A.P.A.
The public polls open on Friday right here on this blog. Anyone and EVERYONE can vote on the finalist they would like to see walk away with the award for the Best Book Outskirts Press published in 2010.
We will be accepting votes through the end of April, so tell everyone you know to visit our blog starting on Friday, April 15th to vote. The finalist with the most votes as of May 1 will be declared the winner of the Best Book of the Year 2010 award, the exclusive cover graphic (see right) and the $1,500.
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FINALIST #2: Robert J. Mignone, M.D., F.A.P.A., author of Psych Consults
Have you been touched by depression, an anxiety disorder, or attention-deficit disorder? If you’re like most people, the answer is “yes.” Studies show these and other psychiatric conditions afflict one in three of us—and that doesn’t count family and friends who are also affected.
For decades, Robert J. Mignone, M.D., F.A.P.A., has helped people bounce back from all kinds of crises. A top-ranked psychiatrist in southwest Florida, Dr. Mignone has been called a gifted and inspirational speaker—in person and on TV. A two-time cancer survivor, Mignone shares his experiences in Ordinary Valor: How Cancer Saved My Life, Not Once, But Twice. He is also the author of Psychiatric Injury: Evaluation and Treatment of Psychiatric Impairment and Damages.
Now, the renowned Dr. Robert J. Mignone gives patients, their loved ones, and medical professionals a thorough, easy-to-understand guide to the most common psychiatric conditions.
This scholarly yet accessible book is designed for any adult seeking to recognize and treat everything from depression to specific issues faced by children and seniors.
The features, health risks, and today’s treatment options for mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Why many disorders are often misdiagnosed and incorrectly treated—and how you can make sure that doesn’t happen to you or your loved one.
Depression and chronic illness: how to avoid falling into the depression trap after a diagnosis.
Why people get depressed during the holidays—and how to cope.
The truth about ADD and ADHD—and the latest on treatment options.
Much, much more!
Full of practical information backed up by decades of experience, Dr. Mignone’s PSYCH CONSULTS is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn more about mental health.