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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Anxiety Disorders and Phobias: A Cognitive Perspective by Aaron Beck, Ph.D. Gary Emery, 2005-06-29
  2. Positive Options for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): Self-Help Treatment by Fiona Marshall, Peter Cheevers, 2004-03
  3. Move Your Body, Tone Your Mood: The Workout Therapy Workbook by Kate F. Hays, 2002-03-12
  4. Advances in Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
  5. Mind, Stress, and Emotions: The New Science of Mood by Gene Wallenstein, 2002-09
  6. The Cognitive Behavoioral Therapy Workbook for Personality Disorders: A Step-by-Step Program (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Jeffrey C. Wood, 2010-05
  7. The Cognitive Behavoioral Therapy Workbook for Personality Disorders: A Step-by-Step Program (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Jeffrey C. Wood, 2010-05
  8. Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and Other Mood Disorders (Diseases and People) by Helen A. Demetriades, 2002-09
  9. Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Evidence-Based Strategies, Tools, and Techniques by Jayne L. Rygh, William C. Sanderson, 2004-06-14
  10. Psychological Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
  11. Adult Bipolar Disorders: Understanding Your Diagnosis and Getting Help by Mitzi Waltz, 2002-03
  12. Before Prozac: The Troubled History of Mood Disorders in Psychiatry by Edward Shorter, 2008-10-28
  13. The Physicians Guide to Depression and Bipolar Disorders by Dwight Evans, Dennis Charney, et all 2006-11-10
  14. Managing Bipolar Disorder: A Cognitive Behavior Treatment Program Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Michael Otto, Noreen Reilly-Harrington, et all 2008-12-16

121. Light Therapy Effectively Treats Mood Disorders
? A study commissioned by the American Psychiatric Association and led by a psychiatrist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of

122. Connecticut Children's Medical Center - Psychiatry
Provides an array of child and adolescent psychiatric services at both the Connecticut Children's Medical Center and at the Institute of Living for conditions such as AttentionDeficit Hyperactivity Disorders, mood disorders including Depression, Developmental Disorders such as Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Asperger's Syndrome, and Somatoform Disorders such as conversion and Somatization, and Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Illness.
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Telephone: 860.545.8662
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Robert A. Sahl, MD, Acting Director E-mail The Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry provides an array of child and adolescent psychiatric services both here at Connecticut Children's Medical Center and at the Institute of Living On the Connecticut Children's campus, consultations are provided to inpatients and outpatients with special medical needs. Children in crisis are seen in either our ambulatory practice at the Institute of Living or in the emergency department. On the campus of the Institute of Living there are inpatient psychiatric services, partial hospitalization programs, a child guidance clinic and a special education school. Throughout the Hartford Hospital/IOL spectrum of care, children and adolescents are seen with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders including Depression, Developmental Disorders such as Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Asperger's Syndrome, and Somatoform Disorders such as Conversion and Somatization, and Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Illness. The Department will triage referrals to the appropriate clinician based on his/her area of expertise and availability. The main number of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Practice at the Institute of Living is 860.545.7493. Emergency services are available after business hours at the Institute of Living, Assessment Center at 860.545.7200.

123. CAMH: Mood Disorders Clinic
The mood disorders Clinic (MDC) provides multidisciplinary and multimodal clinical care and, education for patients, families and professionals with
Click here for quick links to... Guide to CAMH McLaughlin Information Centre Getting help for yourself Redeveloping the Queen Street site Health promotion resources Public policy papers Areas of research Key facts about CAMH How you can help CAMH CAMH publications Cross Currents journal Back on Track DATIS Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues Ontario Tobacco Research Unit Health Systems Research Unit
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Referral Required: From Family Doctor or psychiatrist Contact: (416) 979-6868 Location: Clarke site, 11th Floor

124. Building Foundations Redirect Page
A comprehensive community site, proving discussion forums, chat, resources and support for the mood disorders community and their allies.

125. Mood Disorder - Enpsychlopedia
A mood disorder is a condition where the prevailing emotional mood is distorted Most psychiatrists believe that most mood disorders are related to manic
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A mood disorder is a condition where the prevailing emotional mood is distorted or inappropriate to the circumstances. Mood disorders can be categorized as:

126. Recovery List Information
Supports email discussion group. Associated with Walkers in Darkness.
Recovery List Information
The Mood Disorders Recovery List (recovery) is a discussion and support mailing list for people who suffer from clinical depression and bipolar disorder. Recovery is associated with Walkers In Darkness, Inc. and is intended as a forum to discuss recovery treatments and techniques. These might include such things as therapy, medications, coping mechanisms and self-help techniques. The Recovery List is for those who have accepted their illness and wish to move forward in their own recovery by discovering and sharing ways to better deal with their mood disorder and improve their quality of life. The list's moderator is Mark Oberg (mongo), who can be contacted at To subscribe, use our web-based Control Panel on our web site. Or, subscribe by email. Send a message from the email account you wish to subscribe to . You do not have to include a subject or body in the message; they will be ignored.

127. Depression - Clinical Depression - Types Of Mood Disorders - EMedicine Health
Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of clinical depression and types of mood disorders.
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Depression Overview
Throughout the course of our lives, we all experience episodes of unhappiness, sadness, or grief. Often, when a loved one dies, or we suffer a personal tragedy or difficulty such as divorce or loss of a job, we may feel depressed (some people call this "the blues"). Most of us are able to cope with these and other types of stressful events. Over a period of days or weeks, the majority of us are able to return to our normal activities. But when these feelings of sadness and other symptoms make it hard for us to get through the day, and when the symptoms last for more than a couple of weeks, we may have what is called clinical depression. The term "clinical depression" is usually used to distinguish "true" depression from "the blues." Clinical depression is not just grief or sadness. It is an illness that can challenge your ability to perform even routine daily activities. At its worst, depression may lead you to contemplate or commit suicide. Depression represents a burden for both you and your family. Sometimes that burden can seem overwhelming. There are several different types of mood disorders.

128. Lithium: Mineral And Drug
Describes history and current uses of this salt in treatment of mood disorders.
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Pure lithium, like sodium, calcium, or potassium, is a naturally occurring mineral. Lithium is found abundantly in certain rocks and the sea and in minute amounts in plant and animal tissues. Lithium also shows up in water, notably in the springs and spas where in earlier times people "took the waters," bathing in and drinking the lithium-rich water for its soothing effects. Whether lithium actually calmed 19th-century ladies and gentlemen has never been documented. What we do know is that, from time to time since antiquity, doctors have noticed that lithium can control overexcitement in some of their patients.
Today, lithium is administered to patients as a lithium salt, usually as lithium carbonate or lithium citrate, which is taken by mouth in capsule, tablet, or syrup form. Pharmaceutical companies often assign a "trade name" to their products. Examples of trade names for lithium are Cibalith, Eskalith, Lithane, and Lithobid.
Some companies use only the chemical name, that is, lithium carbonate or lithium citrate.
Modern physicians rely on these various forms of lithium to treat serious mental illness. Properly administered, it is one of the most powerful medications available for mood disorders.

129. Natural Antidepressant News And Views
A digest of news, views, and background information on natural treatments for depression and other mood disorders.

130. Lithium For Maintenance Treatment Of Mood Disorders (Cochrane Review)
Abstract of a systematic review of the effects of health care prepared by the Cochrane Collaboration.
From The Cochrane Library, Issue 3, 2005
Lithium for maintenance treatment of mood disorders (Cochrane Review)
Burgess S, Geddes J, Hawton K, Townsend E, Jamison K, Goodwin G. ABSTRACT What's new in this issue Search abstracts Browse alphabetical list of titles Browse by Review Group A substantive amendment to this systematic review was last made on 19 March 2001. Cochrane reviews are regularly checked and updated if necessary. Background: Mood disorders are common, disabling and tend to be recurrent. They carry a high risk of suicide. Maintenance treatment, aimed at the prevention of relapse, is therefore of vital importance. Lithium has been used for some years as the mainstay of maintenance treatment in bipolar affective disorder, and to a lesser extent in unipolar disorder. However, the efficacy and effectiveness of prophylactic lithium therapy has been disputed. Low suicide rates in lithium-treated patients have led to claims that lithium has a specific anti-suicidal effect. If so, this is of considerable importance as treatments for mental disorders in general have not been shown convincingly to be effective in suicide prevention. Objectives: 1. To investigate the efficacy of lithium treatment in the prevention of relapse in recurrent mood disorders. 2. To examine the effect of lithium treatment on consumers' general health and social functioning, its acceptability to consumers, and the side-effects of treatment.3. To investigate the hypothesis that lithium has a specific effect in reducing the incidence of suicide and deliberate self-harm in persons with mood disorders.

131. Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance
About mood disorders, advocacy, the illness, donations, support groups, chapter management, information for media, programs and publications, resources and contact.
The National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association is now the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. You will automatically be directed to our new web site Please note that our domain address has changed. We are now located at Please wait a few seconds and this page will automatically redirect you to the new site.
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730 N. Franklin Street, Suite 501, Chicago, Illinois 60610-7204 USA
(800) 826-3632 :: (312) 642-0049 :: fax (312) 642-7243

132. Mood Disorders: Depression And Bipolar
mood disorders Depression and Bipolar CME. May 5 10, 2001, New Orleans, Louisiana. Release Date June 5, 2001; Valid for credit through June 5, 2002

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154th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association Mood Disorders: Depression and Bipolar CME May 5 - 10, 2001, New Orleans, Louisiana Release Date: June 5, 2001 Valid for credit through June 5, 2002
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Contents of This CME Activity Bipolar Disorders Clinical Validation of The Bipolar Spectrum: Focus on Hypomania, Cyclothymia, and Hyperthymia
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The Depressive Phase of Bipolar Disorder: Focus on Bipolar II

Hagop S. Akiskal MD
Depression Antidepressant Treatment and the Biology of Depression Jerrold F. Rosenbaum MD The Impact of Major Depression in Patients With Chronic Medical Illness Wayne J. Katon MD Recurrent Depression Charles L. Bowden MD Confronting the Realities of Clinical Practice* William M. Glazer MD

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134. Depression And Mood Disorders - Mental Health
Depression and mood disorders Bipolar Disorder Brochure from the National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH. Coping with Depression
Depression and Mood Disorders:
Sharing in the Journey
a stupid depression poem By sine nomine. The Depressed Child Children under stress, who experience loss, or who have attentional, learning or conduct disorders are at a higher risk for depression. Plain Talk About Depression Informative and helpful ideas for coping with depression. You are not Alone... Where to start in dealing with various mental illnesses, including depression.
Web Resources
Bipolar Disorder Brochure from the National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH. Coping with Depression Depression Central Internet's central clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders. Depression Primer Have a Heart's Home Self-help on depression, suicide and emotion. Effective Treatments are Available Information on treatment options on depression from NIHM. Major Depression IMH PENDULUM Resources on manic depression or bi-polar disorder. Be aware they have various support services coordinated by people who have been there for bipolars and their families. Psychotherapy for Depression.

135. Where Can I Get More Information About Mental Health And Mental Illness?
The site provides online diagnosis of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, schizophrenia, mood disorders Association of Manitoba (204) 7860987

136. The University Of Exeter - Mood Disorders
Information about the University of Exeter mood disorders department, part of psychology.
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137. Mood Disorders Center - Resources
Every year, 710 percent of Americans suffer from mood disorders, mood disorders have symptoms outside the bounds of normal fluctuations from sadness to
Home Back About Us Contact ... Resources Every year, 7-10 percent of Americans suffer from mood disorders , a cluster of mental illnesses best recognized by depression or mania. Mood disorders have symptoms outside the bounds of normal fluctuations from sadness to happiness. They have potentially severe consequences for morbidity and mortality. Mood disorders often coexist, or are "comorbid," with other mental and physical disorders. For example, anxiety disorder is frequently 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). Below is a list of websites that can help you learn more about mood disorders. We cannot vouch for all of the content on all of these sites, but simply offer them as a starting point in your search for information. Please keep in mind that no website can ever replace a visit with your doctor or mental health provider. Mood Disorders in General Bipolar Depression Schizophrenia ... Drug Information Contact us at

138. Mood Disorders At ALLPSYCH Online
mood disorders, symptoms and treatment. To be diagnosed with a mood disorder, your feelings must be to the extreme. In other words, crying,
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139. Cancer Patients With Past Mood Disorders Most At Risk For Post-Traumatic Stress
and they can be best identified by screening for mood disorders. Our results suggest screening for mood disorders will capture threequarters of the
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140. I Moved!!!
Includes details on depression, social phobia, panic disorder, PTSD, OCD, GAD, new treatments and research from the Emory University.

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