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  1. Panic and Anxiety Disorder: 121 Tips, Real-life Advice, Resources & More, Second Edition by Linda Manassee Buell, 2003-05-01
  2. Bipolar Disorder - One Day at a Time: A Devotional Journal for Those with Bipolar Disorder by Michele Sexton, 2010-03-13
  3. Voices of Bipolar Disorder: The Healing Companion: Stories for Courage, Comfort and Strength (Voices Of series)
  4. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Demystified: An Essential Guide for Understanding and Living with OCD (Demystified (Da Capo Press)) by Ph.D. Cheryl Carmin, 2009-06-30
  5. Conquering Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Newest Techniques for Overcoming Symptoms, Regaining Hope, and Getting Your Life Back by Victoria Lemle Beckner, John B. Arden, 2008-09-01
  6. Exposure Treatments for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner's Guide to Concepts, Methods, and Evidence-Based Practice (Practical Clinical Guidebooks) by Johan Rosqvist, 2005-08-24
  7. The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know by David J. Miklowitz, 2002-01-24
  8. Panic Disorder and Anxiety in Adolescence by Sara G. Mattis, Thomas H. Ollendick, 2002-06-15
  9. Mood Disorders in Women
  10. Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for Patients and Families (2nd Edition) by Francis Mark Mondimore MD, 2006-02-09
  11. Overcoming Depression and Manic Depression (Bipolar Disorder) A Whole-Person Approach by Paul A. Wider, 2001-02-09
  12. Behavior and Mood Disorders in Focal Brain Lesions
  13. Exercise for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work) by Jasper A. J. Smits, Michael W. Otto, 2009-06-01
  14. Tormenting Thoughts and Secret Rituals: The Hidden Epidemic of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by Ian Osborn, 1999-04-13

81. A Silver Lining : DSM-IV, Mood Disorders
The DSMIV chapter on mood disorders begins with a list of episodes. It then defines the various See the page containing DSM-IV mood disorders Criteria.
About the DSM-IV an introduction Disorders
DSM-IV criteria
Bipolar I, Bipolar II, Cyclothymia, etc. Episodes :
DSM-IV criteria
Manic Episode, Major Depressive Episode, etc. Specifiers :
DSM-IV criteria
most recent episode, course of recurrent episodes (e.g. rapid cycling) Diagnostic Codes (DSM-IV and ICD-10)
wonder what your doctor put on your chart?
Multiaxial Assessment comprehensive and systematic evaluation technique Glossary frequently used psychology terms Sources bibliography
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) defines the criteria for a wide array of mental illnesses. Most psychiatrists use it as a basis for diagnosing patients since insurance companies and hospitals like nice, orderly forms. Yet, they tend to focus more on alleviating symptoms with medication and other therapy than on attempting to fit people into strictly defined categories. Researchers frequently use the criteria as defined in the DSM-IV to ensure consistency across clinical trials. However, some researchers wanting more flexibility use a modified form of the DSM-IV criteria, such as creating a new diagnostic category. (You may see some people mention Bipolar III, IV, etc. and other categories not part of the DSM-IV).

82. Arcadia Counseling Center Is A Team Of Mental Health Counselors Serving The Nort
Specializes in marriage, mood disorders, trauma and loss, and substance abuse counseling. Offer seminars and presentations for businesses, schools, families, and churches.
Arcadia Counseling Center is a team of mental health counselors providing treatment for a wide variety of populations including children, adolescents, and adults. Arcadia's counselors specialize in a full spectrum of areas to meet the needs of their clients including:
  • Mood Disorders (Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar) Family and Marriage Counseling Divorce Recovery Blended Families Sexual Abuse Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Specialized Parent Training Counseling for School Problems Conflict Resolution Unresolved Childhood Issues Christian Counseling Training for corporations, schools, and churches Seminars with possible CEU credits
Our counselors also offer training, seminars, and presentations to businesses, organizations, schools, families, and churches. Participants learn how to improve their performance and relationships at both home and in the workplace, deal with difficult situations and people, and much more.
We are continuing Education Providers (CEU) for Nursing and 491 Licensures LCSW; LMFT; LMHC; and PhDs. Contact us for more information on upcoming programs.

83. Mood Disorders
The highs and lows of life are experienced with greater intensity, and for longer periods, by people with mood disorders.
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The highs and lows of life are experienced with greater intensity, and for longer periods, by people with mood disorders. People with these disorders may experience depressive episodes (feeling very "low") or manic episodes (feeling very "high"), or both.
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84. The Moody News Newsletter For Depression, Mania And Other Mental Disorders - Hom
A newsletter by, for and about people coping with one of the biochemicallycaused mood disorders and for anyone else who lives with or works with them.
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Here are the facts behind some basic conceptions and misconceptions about mood disorders and the people coping with them.
1. The mood disorders, major depression and bipolar disorder (manic depression) are rare diseases and affect very few people. FALSE.
Among the facts and figures available: at least 1 in 5 people will suffer a major depressive episode over the course of a lifetime, usually before the age of 40; more than 2.3 million people in the U.S. have bipolar disorder; 10 million have a depressive disorder. The Center for Mental Health Services in Rockville, MD estimates that 5.4% of all Americans have a serious, on-going mental illness.
2. Mood disorders are caused by poor parent role-modeling and are a result of the breakdown of the American family because of the Industrial Revolution. Primarily FALSE.

85. Mood Disorders Server At
mood disorders. Local. Prozac (Seronil, Fontex) FAQ Effexor FAQ Depression FAQ in hypertext, including. Depression book list; Depression resources on
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86. Anxiety And Mood Disorder Web Ring
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87. Depression In Women
Provides information, support and inspiration to women with mood disorders.
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88. Mood Disorders
mood disorders (Depression and Bipolar) Guide to mood disorders http// This is a useful, comprehensive manual from the
Mood Disorders
(Depression and Bipolar) Bipolar Disorder - Patient and Family Guide Guide to Mood Disorders Bipolar Disorder and Other Mental Illnesses Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) ... Treatment of Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder - Patient and Family Guide

This is a companion site to the Treatment Guidelines site. It contains excellent information for families and mental health professionals. (Available in Spanish).
Bipolar Disorder and Other Mental Illnesses

Hosted by an individual (Joy Ikelman) with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, this creative and informative site includes fiction, plays, movies, and nonfiction resources related to mood disorders and other mental illnesses. It also includes a variety of excellent links and specific diagnostic and treatment information

This pamphlet is a very high quality overview of depression, including various treatments, from the respected National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD). As in many publications, some of the information on medications is out of date or incomplete (also in Spanish).
Depression Central

89. A Healing Bridge, Red Oak Counseling - Providing Personal And Family Counseling
Provides personal and family counseling . Services include dementia, mood disorders, addictions, psychotic and anxiety disorders, and grief and loss.
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Phone: (937) 235-2282
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Email: Your Connection for a Healthier and Successful Life Does it seem like the weight of the world rests heavy on your shoulders? Would you like someone to talk to about the things that seem out of your control? Well, A Healing Bridge, Red Oak Counseling can help by providing personal and family counseling.
Our nationally certified and licensed, clinical counselor can meet with you one-on-one to try and bring to focus what problems you should be really concerned about. Then, working together, we can find a solution that best meets your needs and works with your strengths. We can also help you with marriage and family counseling and therapy. Our specialties include:
  • Dementia Mood disorders Psychotic disorders Anxiety disorders Personality disorders

You don't have to solve every problem yourself. A Healing Bridge, Red Oak Counseling can help ease the overwhelming feelings you may now be suffering from. Call us today to set up an appointment and take that first step on the road to recovery.

90. Depression And Other Mood Disorders
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation s Disease Management Project explores depression and other mood disorders. This chapter, written by George Tesar, MD,
Published May 29, 2002
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American Psychiatric Association
Major depression (DSM IV, 1994) is a treatable medical disorder. Like other medical illnesses it has significant morbidity and mortality. It often complicates other conditions and makes them more difficult to treat (eg, diabetes mellitus, stroke, cancer, heart disease). It also accelerates mortality from these and other medical illnesses. Major depression is one of a number of different mood disorders including dysthymia, bipolar disorder , and cyclothymia Subtypes of major depression include seasonal, postpartum, and atypical. Major depression is distinguished from mood disorder secondary to a medical condition and substance-induced mood disorder. The importance of these distinctions is that they call for different treatment and management strategies and have different prognostic implications.

91. Mood Disorders And The Reproductive Cycle
Reproductive hormones leads to higher risk for women in developing mood disorders and can affect response to some antidepressant drugs.

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Mood Disorders and the Reproductive Cycle
by Barbara L. Parry, MD, and Patricia Haynes, BA Women have a significantly higher risk for developing mood disorders than men. Although reasons for this gender difference are not fully understood, it is clear that changing levels of reproductive hormones throughout women's life cycles can have direct or indirect effects on mood. Fluctuations in reproductive hormones may interactively affect neuroendocrine, neurotransmitter, and circadian systems. Reproductive hormones also may affect response to some antidepressant drugs and alter the course of rapid-cycling mood disorders. Nonpharmacologic interventions, such as light therapy and sleep deprivation, may be beneficial for mood disorders linked to the reproductive cycle. These interventions may have fewer side effects and a greater potential for patient compliance than some antidepressant drugs. (The Journal of Gender-Specific Medicine 2000;3[5]:53-58)

92. NeLMH Mood Disorders
Bipolar disorder is a cyclic disorder characterised by mood disturbance with The mood disorders section of the site features a range of information on

93. IndplsBPparents.Org
Provides information and support for families of children with mood disorders.
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The Indianapolis Bipolar Parents Organization is a group of parents and family members that are
dedicated to the rights of children and their family members with Bipolar and similar mood disorders. The
organization is a merge of efforts between Parents of BP children and Indpls BP parents. The purpose of
this organization is to build partnerships between the existing entities/persons serving children with
mental illness and the parents/family members of the community seeking support and assistance. We will
strive to seek adequate resources for family members and advocate for the rights of each individual.
created 09-19-2004 Results: Survey 1 Survey 2 LOCAL Local agencies/programs, support groups, trainings, and other information that pertains to families in Indiana. NATIONAL National and Federal agencies or programs offering assistance or specific information POLAR SIBS My daughters personal page to offer support to the siblings of children with mental illness ADDITIONAL Miscellaneous information that may help to locate services PARENTS CORNER "Our" area to vent and discuss topics

94. Walkers In Darkness - Home Page
WalkersWeb is an information and support site for mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder (manic depression).
Walkers in Darkness. Since 1991, 14 years and counting....
06/07/05: Forums and chat are back up again, but still being worked on. Everyone will have to create a new account. Old passwords will not work anymore. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
06/02/05: NEW! Let's see who you are! Post your photos in our Gallery
05/28/05: We are moving our mailing lists to a new server. Please use the new subscription form to join the lists.
07/15/04: Want to create your own web site here at Walkers? Use our new web page designer. It's simple and easy!
WalkersWeb was named one of the Top 1% of all web site on the Internet by an independent auditing firm. This makes Walkers in Darkness one of the most popular and heavily-trafficked web sites on the Net, by # of visitors.
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95. Healthy Help For Depression, Mood Disorders, And The Body Blues
Resource for individuals seeking natural alternatives for the treatment of mood disorders and mild depression.
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Does Your Body
Have The Blues?
Several sections of this site are devoted to a newly identified condition called the "Body Blues" - a mild, depression-like mood disorder affecting an estimated 1 in 4 U.S. women. Dr. Marie-Annette Brown and Jo Robinson explore this condition and a breakthrough new treatment called the LEVITY Program in their new book When Your Body Gets The Blues They show that a mood condition doesn't have to be severe to be life limiting, and we encourage visitors to learn more about treating this under-diagnosed, poorly understood syndrome.

96. Psychiatric Times
Female Gender, mood disorders Are Historically Related mood disorders and their impact on women and their families was the topic of a halfday

97. Psychiatry
Research groups mood disorders, cognitive therapy, eating disorders, evidence based medicine, old age psychiatry, schizophrenia, psychological medicine, child and adolescent psychiatry and suicide and deliberate selfharm. Information on staff, current research, practice, education, and department specialty groups.

98. DMDA Home Page
The Depression mood disorders Association of NSW. Lifting Silhouette Research happening at the mood disorders Unit
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Welcome to the NSW DMDA Website. This site is here to inform and help people with depression or mood-disorders, their family and friends.
Contact Details: Email:
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99. Information: Mood Disorder & Mood Swings
Information about mood disorders and mood swings causes, symptoms and related articles.
Mood Disorder and Mood Swings
Mood Swing Overview
Mood Swing Causes

Depressive Symptoms

Mania Symptoms


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Mood Disorder and Mood Swing Overview
Mood disorders affect over 10 million Americans every year and are classified as a form of depression. Although most individuals may experience slight mood changes on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, the more advanced forms of mood disorders can develop into bipolar disorder (manic depression) and can have serious mental and physical consequences if left untreated. Research indicates that women are twice as likely to experience mood swings than men. Most women who experience mood changes, do so as a result of pregnancy or post-partum. Mood swings are closely related to Post Partum Depression. Mood swings are characterized by periods, commonly referred to as episodes , of mania and depression. During an episode of mania, one may experience an abnormally elevated mood, irritability, decreased need for sleep, increased talking and racing thoughts. During episodes of depression, one may experience persistent sad and empty moods, loss of interest in activities, feelings of guilt, feelings of worthlessness and physical ailments such as headaches, chronic pain or digestive disorders.

100. CJP - August 2003 - Guest Editorial Needed: Clinical Research In Mood Disorders
mood disorders are among the leading causes of morbidity and disability worldwide. They are also associated with increased risk of mortality due to physical
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
August 2003
La revue canadienne
de psychiatrie
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Guest Editorial
Needed: Clinical Research in Mood Disorders

Martin Alda, Michael Bauer

In Review
The Antisuicidal and Mortality-Reducing Effect of Lithium Prophylaxis: Consequences for Guidelines in Clinical Psychiatry

Bruno Müller-Oerlinghausen, Anne Berghöfer, Bernd Ahrens
Lithium Augmentation Therapy in Refractory Depression: Clinical Evidence and Neurobiological Mechanisms Michael Bauer, Mazda Adli, Christopher Baethge, Anne Berghöfer, Johanna Sasse, Andreas Heinz, Tom Bschor (PDF) Prophylaxis Latency and Outcome in Bipolar Disorders Christopher Baethge, Leonardo Tondo, Irene M Bratti, Tom Bschor, Michael Bauer, Adele C Viguera, Ross J Baldessarini (PDF) Review Paper Clinical Features of Bipolar Disorder With and Without Comorbid Diabetes Mellitus Martina Ruzickova, Claire Slaney, Julie Garnham, Martin Alda (PDF) The Cortisol Awakening Response in Bipolar Illness: A Pilot Study Dorian Deshauer, Anne Duffy, Martin Alda, Eva Grof, Joy Albuquerque, Paul Grof (PDF) Implementing Quality Management in Psychiatry: From Theory to Practice—Shifting Focus From Process to Outcome Brent M McGrath, Raymond P Tempier

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