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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Surviving Manic Depression: A Manual on Bipolar Disorder for Patients, Families, and Providers by E. Fuller TorreyM.D., Michael B. KnableD.O., 2005-03-02
  2. Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy Revised and Updated by David D. Burns, 1999-10-01
  3. Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide by Mogens Schou, 2004-04-30
  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice (Practical Clinical Guidebooks) by Michel J. Dugas, Melisa Robichaud, 2006-11-16
  5. The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide by Alex Chapman, Kim Gratz, 2007-11
  6. The Essential Family Guide to Borderline Personality Disorder: New Tools and Techniques to Stop Walking on Eggshells by Randi Kreger, 2008-10-15
  7. The Up And Down Life: The Truth About Bipolar Disorder--the Good, the Bad, and the Funny (Lynn Sonberg Books) by Paul E. Jones, Andrea Thompson, 2008-05-06
  8. Living With Someone Who's Living With Bipolar Disorder: A Practical Guide for Family, Friends, and Coworkers by Chelsea Lowe, Bruce M. Cohen MDPhD, 2010-01-26
  9. Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder by Paul T. Mason, Randi Kreger, 2010-01-02
  10. Bipolar Disorder Demystified: Mastering the Tightrope of Manic Depression by Lana R. Castle, 2003-01
  11. I Am More Than One: How Women with Dissociative Identity Disorder Have Found Success in Life and Work by Jane Hyman, 2006-08-29
  12. Understanding And Treating Bipolar Disorders by wings of success, 2010-08-10
  13. Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology, 3rd edition (Essential Psychopharmacology Series) by Stephen M. Stahl, 2008-04-28
  14. Mood Disorders (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders) by Jacqueline Langwith, 2009-05-01

61. BUBL LINK: Mood Disorders
Subjects depression, mental health links, mood disorders DeweyClass 616.8 Subjects depression, mood disorders DeweyClass 616.8
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  • DRADA: Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association Pendulum Resources What is Bipolar Mood Disorder?
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    DRADA: Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association
    Nonprofit organisation, which aims to alleviate the suffering caused by depressive disorders and which works in cooperation with the Department of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Provides resources for assistance, support in research projects, and evaluated education and information material. Sources are fully searchable by subject or alphabetically, and include Bipolar disorder, children and adolescents, pregnancy and postpartum period, suicide, and Jamison articles.
    Author: DRADA
    Subjects: depression, mental health links, mood disorders
    Resource type: documents
    Pendulum Resources
    Information source for bipolar disorders (manic depression) and other mood disorders. Includes articles, FAQs, diagnostic criteria and information about treatments.
    Author: Pendulum Resources
    Subjects: depression, mood disorders

    62. Mood Disorders
    mood disorders are mental disorders characterized by periods of depression, sometimes alternating with periods of elevated mood.

    63. Bipolar Disorder In Children And Teens
    The Link Between Parental Alcoholism and Childhood mood disorders A Familial/Genetic The Use of Cannabis as a Mood Stabilizer in Bipolar Disorder
    Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS M-F 9 am-5 pm ET Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens ADD/ADHD Counseling and Therapy Teen Depression Teen Suicide Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... PATTY DUKE'S ONLINE BLOG Information and resources on mental health issues, especially bipolar disorder, from one of America's great actresses and mental health advocates. Reclaiming your power during medication appointments with your psychiatrist CAUTION Using antidepressant medication to treat depression in a person who has bipolar disorder may induce manic symptoms if it is taken without a mood stabilizer. In addition, using stimulant medications to treat ADHD or ADHD-like symptoms in a child with bipolar disorder may worsen manic symptoms. While it can be hard to determine which young patients will become manic, there is a greater likelihood among children and adolescents who have a family history of bipolar disorder. If manic symptoms develop or markedly worsen during antidepressant or stimulant use, a physician should be consulted immediately, and diagnosis and treatment for bipolar disorder should be considered.

    An informational site by a mother who has suffered from PPD and is currently collecting personal experience stories in order to compile a book about a range of postpartum mood disorders.
    Of course there are many experiences that women have after having a baby, not just one. In fact, there is a whole spectrum. My name is Teresa Twomey. I am working on a book which will be a compilation of stories across the spectrum - from the "ideal" postpartum experience all the way through to infanticide. I want to share actual first-hand accounts that tell the true story of what it is like to have "baby blues," postpartum depression, severe postpartum depression, postpartum OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), postpartum anxiety, postpartum PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), postpartum bipolar 2, and postpartum psychosis.
    The main reason I became involved in creating this book is that I had a variety of postpartum disorders myself. At times I was terrified. Nothing I had read prepared me for the experiences that I went through. When I finally found a name for my experience, I was still unable to find any stories of women with similar experiences. It was a very lonely feeling. I needed the kind of healing that comes from knowing "you are not alone" and "you will get better." (In fact, when I first heard the "universal message" of Postpartum Support International: "You are not alone. You are not to blame. You will be well. Your experience is real and there is help." - It felt like coming home.)

    65. Arch Gen Psychiatry -- Topic Collections : Mood Disorders
    Show mood disorders collections from JAMA Archives Journals. •, Related collections. • Psychiatry. • Adolescent Psychiatry
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    Citations 1-10 of 32 total displayed. Most recent content (1 Jul 2005):
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    Alcohol Misuse and Mood Disorders Following Traumatic Brain Injury
    Ricardo E. Jorge; Sergio E. Starkstein; Stephan Arndt; David Moser; Benedicto Crespo-Facorro; Robert G. Robinson
    Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005; 62: 742-749. [Abstract] [Full text] [PDF]
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    Original Articles
    Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication
    Ronald C. Kessler; Patricia Berglund; Olga Demler; Robert Jin; Kathleen R. Merikangas; Ellen E. Walters
    Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005; 62: 593-602. [Abstract] [Full text] [PDF]
    Original Articles
    Failure and Delay in Initial Treatment Contact After First Onset of Mental Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication
    Philip S. Wang; Patricia Berglund; Mark Olfson; Harold A. Pincus; Kenneth B. Wells; Ronald C. Kessler

    66. Overview Of Mood Disorders - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
    It is more difficult to diagnose mood disorders in children, Today, clinicians and researchers believe that mood disorders in children and adolescents
    Adolescent Medicine
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    Portions of Brain Are Smaller in Children Born Prematurely, Researchers at Stanford and Packard Find
    Child and Adolescent Mental Health
    Overview of Mood Disorders Mood Disorders Statistics One in 33 children and one in eight adolescents suffers from depression.
    The National Institute of Mental Health, part of the National Institutes of Health, report the following:
    • Research indicates that depression onset is occurring earlier in life today than in past decades.
      Early-onset depression often persists, recurs, and continues into adulthood. Depression in youth may also predict more severe illness in adulthood.
    What are mood disorders?
    A category of mental health problems that include all types of depression and bipolar disorder, mood disorders are sometimes called affective disorders.
    During the 1980s, mental health professionals began to recognize symptoms of mood disorders in children and adolescents, as well as adults. However, children and adolescents do not necessarily experience or exhibit the same symptoms as adults. It is more difficult to diagnose mood disorders in children, especially because children are not always able to express how they feel. Today, clinicians and researchers believe that mood disorders in children and adolescents remain one of the most under-diagnosed mental health problems. Mood disorders in children also put them at risk for other conditions (most often anxiety disorder, disruptive behavior, and substance abuse disorders) that may persist long after the initial episodes of depression are resolved.

    67. Mood Disorders Research - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
    It is therefore important to better describe childhood mood disorders for recognition Children of parents with mood disorders (such as major depression,
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    Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders Research
    Portions of Brain Are Smaller in Children Born Prematurely, Researchers at Stanford and Packard Find
    Mood Disorders Research
    Children of Bipolar Parents
    The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Bipolar Disorders Clinic at Stanford University are implementing a study of psychological and psychiatric aspects of children of parents with bipolar disorder.
    Researchers and clinicians are seeing a dramatic rise in the rate of mood disorders in children. However, it is difficult to accurately diagnose mood disorders in children, and the development of the illness is not well understood. Children often present with symptoms which are complex and which are different from the typical pattern of symptoms seen in adults. Thus it is difficult to predict what course childhood disorders will take as these children mature into adulthood and also difficult to know how to treat these disorders. It is therefore important to better describe childhood mood disorders for recognition and treatment.
    Children of parents with mood disorders (such as major depression, dysthymia, bipolar disorder, cyclothymia) are at risk for developing mood disorders themselves. This risk may be as high as 24% if many relatives have mood disorders. Children with only one parent with bipolar disorder appear to have about a 14% chance of developing bipolar disorder themselves. High rates of other mood disorders such as depression, dysthymia (chronic mild depression) and cyclothymia (mild mood swings) in children of parents with bipolar disorder have also been reported.

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    69. Mood Disorder - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    A mood disorder is a condition where the prevailing emotional mood is distorted or The two major types of mood disorders are depression (or unipolar
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    A mood disorder is a condition where the prevailing emotional mood is distorted or inappropriate to the circumstances. The two major types of mood disorders are depression (or unipolar depression) and bipolar disorder

    70. PostPartum Depression Community @
    Message board and chat for women who are experiencing mood disorders after giving birth or adopting a baby, as well as their families and friends.
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    Welcome! This website is a place for women who are experiencing mood disorders after giving birth or adopting a baby (or have had past experience with these issues), as well as their families and friends and health professionals with an interest in reproductive mental health. Women who had original diagnoses of a postpartum mood disorder but were later diagnosed differently are also welcome.
    This website is not to be used as a substitute for personal, professional health care. While our experts may have a professional status, please also note that their function on this board is as volunteer support and cannot act as a substitute for an in-person professional evaluation and assessment.
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    71. Baylor Mood Disorders Center
    The mood disorders Center (MDOC) is an interdisciplinary academic psychiatry service located at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
    Psychopharmacology Update 2005 The Mood Disorders Center (MDOC) is an interdisciplinary academic psychiatry service located at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. The mission of the MDOC is serve as a community resource in advancing our understanding and treatment of mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder.
    Current Research
    Mood Disorder Center Directions Concise Guide To Psychopharmacology IMPORTANT:
    This web site is designed to provide information about our programs and links to other resources. If you are seeking immediate help for treatment of a psychiatric disorder, we recommend that you contact your clinician or your nearest emergency room. This web site is not set up to provide help or advice to individuals, family members, or friends of individuals with psychiatric disorders. Privacy BCM Home BCM Psychiatry Home Privacy Notices
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    73. Pendulum Resources: Your Gateway To Bipolar Disorders On The Web.
    Manic Depression, AKA Bipolar Disorder, is a highly disruptive and sometimes and Anxiety of the Mild mood disorders Affecting Millions of Americans.
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    Manic Depression is a highly disruptive and sometimes deadly brain disorder. Since 1994, Pendulum Resources has been the web's premier consumer resource for information on Manic Depression and Bipolar Disorder. Pendulum Resources is the web presence of the Pendulum Email list, an on-line support group for Manic-Depressives. Unless otherwise indicated, information on this site is by consumers, for consumers Would you like to join us I do not have the words to express my opinions on the lack of response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans . Too little, too late, they are saying. You all know what it's like to need help. It's your turn now. Give whatever you can whether it's $100 or $5. I recommend that you use The Red Cross. They are a reputable organization with a great infrastructure and a long history of good works. Please avoid giving to unknown organizations or individuals.

    74. A Report On Mental Illnesses In Canada
    mood disorders have a major economic impact through associated health care As a group, mood disorders are one of the most common mental illnesses in the

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    • Mood disorders include major depression, bipolar disorder (combining episodes of both mania and depression) and dysthymia. Approximately 8% of adults will experience major depression at some time in their lives. Approximately 1% will experience bipolar disorder. The onset of mood disorders usually occurs during adolescence. Worldwide, major depression is the leading cause of years lived with disability, and the fourth cause of disability-adjusted life years (DALYs). Mood disorders have a major economic impact through associated health care costs as well as lost work productivity. Most individuals with a mood disorder can be treated effectively in the community. Unfortunately, many individuals delay seeking treatment. Hospitalizations for mood disorders in general hospitals are approximately one and a half times higher among women than men. The wide disparity among age groups in hospitalization rates for depression in general hospitals has narrowed in recent years, because of a greater decrease in hospitalization rates in older age groups. Hospitalization rates for bipolar disorder in general hospitals are increasing among women and men between 15 and 24 years of age.

    75. Brain Research Home
    An interdisciplinary research unit focusing on neurodegeneration (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS), multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia and mood disorders, stroke, neurotrauma, and vision.

    76. Mood Disorders Bibliography - Biographical
    Certainly, not all the books are entirely about mood disorders, but as with many people in this global selfhelp community, they are dealing with more than
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    77. Trillian's Mental Health Pages (Cycle Of Moods)
    Information about mood disorders Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline, SAD and Schizoaffective Disorder I, and a mental health links list, humor, quotes and author's own personal story about dealing with life with bipolar disorder.
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    78. Mood Disorders
    In 1 year, about 7 percent of Americans suffer from mood disorders, mood disorders are outside the bounds of normal fluctuations from sadness to elation
    Mood Disorders [Note: The following is from Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General, U.S. Public Health Services (1999), available at In 1 year, about 7 percent of Americans suffer from mood disorders, a cluster of mental disorders best recognized by depression or mania. Mood disorders are outside the bounds of normal fluctuations from sadness to elation. They have potentially severe consequences for morbidity and mortality. Major Depression The cardinal symptoms of major depressive disorder are depressed mood and loss of interest or pleasure. Other symptoms vary enormously. For example, insomnia and weight loss are considered to be classic signs, even though many depressed patients gain weight and sleep excessively. It is twice more common in women than in men. Anxiety is commonly comorbid with major depression. About one-half of those with a primary diagnosis of major depression also have an anxiety disorder (Barbee, 1998; Regier et al., 1998). The comorbidity of anxiety and depression is so pronounced that it has led to theories of similar etiologies, which are discussed below. Substance use disorders are found in 24 to 40 percent of individuals with mood disorders in the United States (Merikangas et al., 1998). Without treatment, substance abuse worsens the course of mood disorders. Other common comorbidities include personality disorders (DSM-IV) and medical illness, especially chronic conditions such as hypertension and arthritis.

    79. University Of Texas Harris County Psychiatric Center Home Page
    Information on the diagnosis and treatments for mental illnesses including depression, Alzheimers, substance abuse, teensuicide, eating disorders, phobias, schizophrenia, anxiety, mood disorders, and obsessive-compulsion.
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    ... What is mental illness? Research Opportunities Our Mission Who We Are Active Studies Research Intermediary ... Contact Us Employment Opportunities Overview UTHCPC Job Listings Employment Benefits Health Benefits ... Departments Volunteer Services Introduction Adult Volunteer Application Student Volunteer ... Giving UTHCPC Helpful Links Services Local Mental Health Information Local Personal Care ... Site Map The highly qualified staff of mental health care providers, at The UT-Harris County Psychiatric Center, is devoted to the personal mental health of over 6000 patients who are admitted annually. Mental health is the primary focus of the psychiatric physicians, psychiatric residents, psychologists, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, dieticians and chaplains who comprise the staff devoted to the personal mental health, and mental health recovery of those who suffer from various types of mental illness.

    80. Mood Disorders
    CHC Wausau Hospital s Medical Library and Patient Education Center provides research services and healthcare information to physicians,

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    Mood disorders are mental disorders characterized by periods of depression, sometimes alternating with periods of elevated mood. Description
    While many people go through sad or elated moods from time to time, people with mood disorders suffer from severe or prolonged mood states that disrupt their daily functioning. Among the general mood disorders classified in the fourth edition (1994) of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV ) are major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder , and dysthymia. In classifying and diagnosing mood disorders, doctors determine if the mood disorder is unipolar or bipolar. When only one extreme in mood (the depressed state) is experienced, this type of depression is called unipolar. Major depression refers to a single severe period of depression, marked by negative or hopeless thoughts and physical symptoms like fatigue. In major depressive disorder, some patients have isolated episodes of depression. In between these episodes, the patient does not feel depressed or have other symptoms associated with depression. Other patients have more frequent episodes. Bipolar depression or bipolar disorder (sometimes called manic depression) refers to a condition in which people experience two extremes in mood. They alternate between depression (the "low" mood) and

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