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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. A Mood Apart: The Thinker's Guide to Emotion and Its Disorders by Peter C. Whybrow, 1998-03-01
  2. Mood and Anxiety Disorders During Pregnancy and Postpartum (Review of Psychiatry)
  3. Perinatal and Postpartum Mood Disorders: Perspectives and Treatment Guide for the Health Care Practitioner
  4. Exercise for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Jasper A. J. Smits, Michael W. Otto, 2009-06-01
  5. Change Your Food, Change Your Mood by JANET MACCARO, 2008-01-25
  6. Depression and Mood Disorders (Teen Mental Health) by Judith Levin, 2008-09
  7. Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder by Julie A. Fast, John D. Preston Psy D ABPP, 2004-02
  8. Break the Bipolar Cycle: A Day-by-Day Guide to Living with Bipolar Disorder by Elizabeth Brondolo, Xavier Amador, 2007-12-20
  9. The Bipolar Workbook: Tools for Controlling Your Mood Swings by Monica Ramirez Basco PhD, 2005-12-21
  10. Mood Disorders (Compact Research, Diseases and Disorders) by Carla Mooney, 2010-08
  11. An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfield Jamison, 1996-10
  12. Raising a Moody Child: How to Cope with Depression and Bipolar Disorder by Mary A. Fristad, Jill S. Goldberg Arnold, 2003-10-30
  13. Managing Your Moods (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Thomas Nelson, 2004-04-08
  14. Addiction and Mood Disorders: A Guide for Clients and Families by Dennis C. Daley, 2006-07-20

1. The Mood Disorders Support Group Of New York City
The mood disorders Support Group of New York City.
Welcome to MDSG.ORG the web site of the
Mood Disorders Support Group of New York City
founded in 1981
About MDSG The Mood Disorders Support Group (MDSG) is a non profit, self-help organization serving both individuals with depression and manic-depression (bipolar disorder), as well as their families and friends. We help people to accept and manage their illness and improve the quality of their life. We are an independent affiliate of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (formerly known as the National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association). This web page provides an overview of our services: Support MDSG

2. Mooddisorders.html
What are mood disorders, how are they diagnosed, treatments, and medications.
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adolescent mood disorders

Mood Disorders I. What are Mood Disorders? "But when the melancholy fit shall fall
Sudden from heaven like a weeping cloud,
That fosters the droop-headed flowers all,
And hides the green hill in an April shroud;
Then glut thy sorrow on a morning rose." John Keats, Ode on Melancholy
We have all felt sad, or melancholy, from time to time. But there is a point where the ache of sadness becomes chronic and insufferable, a mountain of pain to its victim. Mood disorders, predominantly Depression and Bi-polar syndromes, are said to strike one in seven of the population. How Prevalent are Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents? 7-14% of children will experience an episode of major depression before the age of 15. 20-30% of adult bipolar patients report having their first episode before the age of 20. Out of 100,000 adolescents, two to three thousand will have mood disorders out of which 8-10 will commit suicide.

3. Drug Treatment For People With Mood Disorders
A authoritative compendium of information on aall aspects of psychopharmacology and drug treatment for people with mood disorders.

4. Adolescent Mood Disorders - Depression In Teenagers - Depressed Teens
Education, intervention and guidance for parents of teenagers with mood disorders.
What Is a Mood Disorder? How Are Mood Disorders Different in Teens?
Isn't My Teen Just Going Through a Phase?

Treatment and Intervention
... Consequences of Undiagnosed Mood Disorders
Related Sites: Adolescent Substance Abuse
About Teen Depression

Juvenile Boot Camps

Teen Boarding Schools
The information on this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substituteS for medical treatment and professional diagnosis. If you suspect your adolescent suffers from a mood disorder, it is essential that you contact a mental health professional to assess your child's needs. Mood disorders describe a range of behavioral issues that may occur in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood. We will focus on mood disorders in teenagers, because in this unique population these behavioral problems may express themselves in ways that make diagnosis more difficult. Mood disorders affect as many as 7% of Americans in any given year. The most common types are depression or mania (or a combination, known as bipolar disorder). Major depressive disorder is the most common diagnosis, and occurs twice as often in women as in men. Mood disorders are considered one of the top ten causes of disability worldwide.

5. Dr. Ivan S Depression Central
A clearing house for information on all types of mood disorders and their most effective treatments, compiled by psychopharmacologist Ivan Goldberg.

6. Mood Disorders Association Of Manitoba
Provides support, information, and education to those afflicted. Lists facts, myths, disorders, services, groups and volunteers.
Home News Depression Bipolar Disorder ... Links Founded in 1983 by Gwen Finnen, the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba is built on a self-help philosophy designed to provide a focal point of sensitivity, self-help and self-reliance. Its purposes are to provide information, education and support to those affected by unipolar affective disorder (depression) and bipolar disorder (manic depression), their families and friends, health care professionals and the general public. We believe in the principle that self-help is a critical factor in recovery. About Us Our Association is made up of those affected with a mood disorder, family members, friends, and the community at large. With thirteen full and part time employees, and a volunteer force of several score, we are able to sustain a wide variety of services and activities. We have a membership of several hundred across the province who play a vital role in our success. Without their membership, many of our services would not be possible. We have offices in Winnipeg (Provincial Office), Brandon, Flin Flon, The Pas, Winkler, Thompson, Gimli, Dauphin, and Steinbach. We also have offices at the PsycHealth Centre, and the Selkirk Mental Health Centre.

7. OBAD's Bipolar Disorder, Depression And Anxiety Gateway
OBAD support for individuals with a mood disorder such as Bipolar, Depression or Schizoaffective Disorder.
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8. Online Support Group For Anxiety, Mood Disorders, And Substance Abuse
Information and online support for people suffering from Anxiety Disorders, Substance Abuse, and mood disorders (Bipolar, Depression). I
Find the Light
Online Support Group
Focusing on Mood Disorders, Anxiety, and Substance Abuse
The information provided on Find the Light is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician
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Welcome to the Find the Light Online Support Group for Mood Disorders, Anxiety, and Substance Abuse!
My main objective of this site is to provide private online support to those that are suffering from these disorders. Online support can be very therapeutic for those that don't want to go out or are afraid to go out. This site provides INVALUABLE support for those looking for Online Support. If you are suffering from these disorders welcome to my site! I am quite sure you will find comfort, solace, and the very important support that you want and need. Please visit the MESSAGE FORUM
Why Online Support?

9. UCLA Mood Disorder Research Program
Conducts research studies on bipolar disorder, major depression, and mood disorders specific to women. Includes research, descriptions, resources and

Overview About Us Mood Disorders ... Contact David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Mood Disorders Research Program
300 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 1544, Los Angeles, CA 90095 310-794-9913

10. Dr. Ivan's Depression Central
A clearing house for information on all types of mood disorders and their most effective treatments, compiled by psychopharmacologist Ivan Goldberg.

11. About Mood Disorders - Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance
Information on depression and bipolar disorder for patients.

Learn more

about Depression

Learn more about Bipolar Disorder

(Manic Depression)
... Learn about Clinical Trials
About Mood Disorders
Depression and bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) are both highly treatable medical illnesses. Unfortunately many people do not get the help they need because misunderstanding the issues surrounding the illnesses or the fear associated with stigma. The following are brief descriptions of depression and bipolar disorder. For more in depth information be sure to see our pages on depression and bipolar disorder
Depression: It's Not Just In Your Head
Everyone, at various times in life, feels sad or blue. It's normal to feel sad on occasion. Sometimes this sadness comes from things that happen in your life: you move to a different city and leave friends behind, you lose your job or a loved one dies. But what's the difference between "normal" feelings of sadness and the feelings caused by clinical depression?

12. Research Studies
A comprehensive center devoted to the study and treatment of emotional difficulties associated with pregnancy and the postpartum.
UCLA Women's Research Program Pregnancy Studies Studies for New Mothers, Including "Breast-feeding" Women Director: Lori Altshuler, M.D. Physicians: Lori Altshuler, M.D., Vivien Burt, M.D., Ph.D., Rita Suri, M.D. Research Coordinator: Ana Aquino Although pregnancy has traditionally been viewed as a time of emotional well being, many pregnant women suffer from symptoms of depression or anxiety. Women who have previously experienced depression or anxiety disorders are at particularly high risk for these emotional changes. The weeks following childbirth are a time of heightened psychological vulnerability. Many new mothers feel sad, moody or irritable after the delivery. For about 10% of new mothers, these feelings escalate into postpartum depression. In addition, eating disorders and anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, frequently worsen in the postpartum period. Consequently, some pregnant or nursing women may be prescribed medications such as antidepressants. Information on the potential risks of antidepressant use during pregnancy and breast-feeding is of great importance to women who need these treatments. It is also important to identify risk factors for depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period, so thats steps can be taken to protect women against these conditions. A number of studies show that severe emotional symptoms can adversely affect mother-infant interactions. The prevention and treatment of emotional problems therefore benefits not only the women but also their infants.

13. Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance
About mood disorders, advocacy, the illness, donations, support groups, chapter management, information for media, programs and publications

14. Walkers In Darkness - Home Page
WalkersWeb is an information and support site for mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder (manic depression).

15. Mood Disorders Society Of Canada
MDSC is a notfor-profit, volunteer organization improving the lives of people affected by mood disorders through information, supports,
Please take a moment
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WHATS NEW You are using an old browser. Therefore you will not be able to see this portion of this site. The Mood Disorders Society of Canada (MDSC) is a national, not-for-profit, volunteer- driven organization that is committed to improving quality of life for people affected by depression, bipolar disorder and other related disorders.
Almost Canadians commit suicide every year. Based on this number, from January 1st, 2000 to present, document.write(calSuicideNum("January 01, 2000 00:00:00")) Canadians committed suicide. According to these statistics, document.write(calSuicideNum(firstDayOfYear)) Canadians have committed suicide this year. The counters reflect these facts. These counters increase by 1 every two hours to reflect the suicide annual rate in Canada which Statistics Canada estimates is 12.2 per hundred thousand. ASK THE EXPERT Watch this space for the announcement of our next featured expert CONNECTIONS A discussion group is a way of bringing people together on-line, who share a common concern, interest, or issue. Read the guidelines PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS We want to hear from you how we are doing? Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions to help us 'get it right'.

16. The Center For Postpartum Health Welcomes You
Addresses the pregnancy and birth needs of women and their families, before and after delivery, particularly as it pertains to the development of depression and other mood disorders.
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The Center for Postpartum Health Welcomes You
Although the birth of a baby usually brings exhilaration and feelings of new beginnings, it can be a time of crisis. There is enormous change for the new mother and her family. It is not unusual for new motherhood to bring a wide range of feelings during the early weeks after birth. For two out of 10 women, these feelings may develop into post-partum depression.
THE CENTER FOR POSTPARTUM HEALTH addresses the physical, mental, and emotional needs of pregnant and postpartum women and their families, facilitating the transition from pregnancy to parenthood.
ASSESSMENT and PREVENTION are key. The earlier the treatment and intervention, the less risk of onset or relapse of postnatal difficulties.
Would you know if you were suffering from postpartum depression?
1. Are you crying throughout the day, feeling overwhelmed, anxious and unable to cope?
2. Are you unable to sleep despite extreme fatigue and/or losing weight without intentional dieting?
3. Are you experiencing confusion, memory loss, disorientation and/or difficulty concentrating on ordinary tasks?

17. Mood Disorders Association Of Ontario - Who
mood disorders Association of Ontario provides support for and by adults with mood disorders and their loved ones in Ontario Canada

18. Mood Disorders Society Of Canada
MDSC is a notfor-profit, volunteer organization improving the lives of people affected by mood disorders through information, supports,
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OTHER TYPES OF DEPRESSION navigate - What is depression? What causes depression? Who gets depression? How depression is diagnosed How depression is treated What can I do to help myself get better? Taking care of yourself Other types of depression - Seasonal Affective Disorder - Post Partum Depression - Dysthymia Beyond the Depths of Depression English Francais
POST PARTUM DEPRESSION However, between 15- 20% of women experience a more prolonged and debilitating period of clinical depression or Post Partum Depression (PPD), which robs them of pleasure, fills them with self-doubt about their ability to care for their infant, reduces them to frequent tears, and instils feelings of hopelessness and guilt. Sleep and appetite are also disrupted but this is often confused with the disruptive impact of life with a new baby. However, getting treatment is essential not only for the health of the mother but also for the infant as well. Although rare, some women may develop a psychotic depression (false fixed beliefs) with hallucinations that can encourage the mother to take her life and the life of her child or delusions about the infant being dead or defective, excessive concerns about the baby's health or have impulses to hurt the baby. The clinical presentation of PPD is similar to that of major depression or manic depression What causes PPD?

19. Depression Recovery-Information On Mood Disorder
They may have other anxiety disorders as well. Click to see more on mood disorder.

20. Pendulum Resources Your Gateway To Bipolar Disorders On The Web.
Soft Bipolar Vivid Thoughts, Mood Shifts and Swings, Depression, and Anxiety of the Mild mood disorders Affecting Millions of Americans.

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