There are four major sections. The first, The Basics, has eight chapters discussing antidepressants, placebos, and depression. What to Say to the Doctor has nine chapters related to signs and symptoms, chronological history, previous treatment, genetic factors, and substance abuse. What to Expect has nine chapters related to which antidepressant is best, finding the right medicine and the right dose, blood levels, and how to stop an antidepressant. The final section, Warnings, has 12 chapters on drug interactions, side effects, pregnancy, relapses, and giving up. I have not mentioned all of the titles of all the chapters, but I think the general thrust of this book is to provide knowledge about depression that would be important for patients and their families to have.