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Join Dr. Nedley in this eight-part series recorded in front of a live audience.
Learn all the keys of the Twenty-Week Turn Around as you walk step by step through this comprehensive program.
Using the workbook filled with in-depth exercises and slides from Dr. Nedley’s presentations, you will find all the help you need to begin your path to recovery.

Dr. Nedley designed this program to be comprehensive. Those following the complete regimen will need the DVD series, books and a workbook. The books include daily and weekly readings, which reinforce lessons from the DVD presentations and workbook exercises.

Foremost among the books recommended is Depression: the Way Out. This book contains valuable knowledge that can help you not only identify and correct the cause of depression, but improve overall mental health.

Also included in the reading assignment are the books Telling Yourself the Truth and SOS: Help for Emotions (see page 9), written by experts in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

CBT focuses on eliminating self-defeating behavior—replacing negative thinking patterns and self-talk with realistic beliefs about oneself and the world. CBT is the only form of psychotherapy that has been scientifically proven to work better than a placebo in treating major depression.


Program features:

  • Overcome depression and/or anxiety
  • Discover how to achieve a healthy sense of self-worth
  • Learn coping skills
  • Find the motivation and concentration to help achieve your goals
  • Help a friend/family member with depression
  • Prevent depression and and/or anxiety
  • Gain stress control
  • Achieve optimal mental health
  • Learn general health knowledge
  • Professional development

Program topics:

      1. How To Improve Your Brain
      2. Lifestyle Therapies For Depression And Anxiety
      3. Nutrition For The Brain
      4. How Thinking Can Defeat Depression Or Anxiety
      5. Making And Staying With Positive Lifestyle Choices
      6. Stress Without Distress
      7. Overcoming Loss
      8. Enhancing Frontal Lobe Function