How many of us have had this experience? Some time after completing a successful psychotherapy, we find ourselves immersed in worry. The same symptoms that led us to seek help have returned and we don't know why. The therapy went well and we expected the gains to last forever, but they seem to be slipping away. What do we do now? This book answers that question, showing that it is often not necessary to return to treatment, and that its positive effects can be recaptured through an easy-to-use self-help process. Dealing with a variety of symptoms such as depression, anxiety, excessive concerns about health, overeating, and overdrinking, noted psychiatrist Todd Davison provides us with a way of returning to a feeling of well-being and of maintaining that state in the face of the often stressful events that life brings our way.