A calm approach to anguish

Dorothy Rowe's books on depression and anxiety, first published in the 1980s, carry on selling</p><p>
The books of Australian psychologist Dr Dorothy Rowe have been a source of solace for those experiencing problems in life for nearly 20 years. Her two best-known titles, Beyond Fear and Depression: The Way Out of Your Prison, both published in the 1980s, are about to go into third editions: Beyond Fear with HarperCollins this autumn (2nd September, &#163;9.99, 00071 19240), and Depression with Routledge next summer.</p><p>
Rowe, who lives in north London, is now in her early 70s and no...

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