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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

161. Clinical Trial: Perimenopause-Related Mood And Behavioral Disorders
PerimenopauseRelated mood and Behavioral disorders. This study is currently recruiting patients. Verified by NIH Clinical Center (CC) July 15, 2005
Home Search Browse Resources ... About Perimenopause-Related Mood and Behavioral Disorders This study is currently recruiting patients.
Verified by National Institutes of Health Clinical Center (CC) July 15, 2005 Sponsored by: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Information provided by: National Institutes of Health Clinical Center (CC) Identifier: Purpose The purpose of this study is to investigate mood and behavior changes in the time period surrounding and including menopause. This is an observational study; volunteers who participate will not receive any new or experimental therapies. Controversy exists regarding the relationship between estrogen and progesterone (gonadal steroid) changes and midlife-onset depression. This study will examine the role of gonadal steroids in perimenopausal mood and behavioral disorders. Perimenopausal women with depression symptoms and a control group of healthy perimenopausal volunteers will be compared to identify correlates of the occurrence of depression. Participants with depressive symptoms may also participate in companion studies that will test the antidepressant efficacy of phytoestrogens and selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMS). A group of younger pre-perimenopausal women with normal menstrual cycle functioning will be followed through menopause in an effort to confirm the association of depression onset with changes in reproductive endocrine functioning.

162. Darkside...
A place for people with mood and/or personality disorders. Chat room and forums. For discussions, peer support, or hanging out.
Welcome to Darkside!
This place is for people with mood and/or personality disorders. We also welcome people with other mental illness, feelings of distress or on the autistic spectrum. We hope this can be a good spot for discussing mental health issues, for support and a place where you can hang out and just be yourself.
Important notice!
This site was updated in February 2004.
You can use either the direct URL to get here, or an easy to remember URL, which will redirect you here.
We don't do fundraising here, we use free servers and free message boards, that is why we have ads.
Chat with us! Click on the image below and chat with Java through the web page, or with your IRC client.
Visit our message board! Darkside... Message Board
Feel creative? Visit Expressions!!!
We like to keep the rules simple. We ask that you treat each other with respect. We all need to be treated nicely and we want this to be a friendly room. Talking behind peoples backs and mind games are not welcome. Keep the communication straight, take responsibility for what you say.
We will allow a certain amount of foul language, and we also allow discussing triggering subjects. Many chats don't allow these subjects, so we felt there should be a place that does. Triggering subjects are for example suicide, self injury and drug abuse. If you want to talk about upsetting issues in the chat room, it's fair to give the room a warning what you will talk about so those who don't feel stable enough can remove themselves from the conversation. This is not a rule though. It's also good to know leaving out graphic details makes a topic less likely to trigger. For the forums write *trigger* in the subject field.

163. DBSA - Bipolar Disorder Screening
THE mood DISORDER QUESTIONNAIRE. This questionnaire was developed to help you recognize the signs of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a complicated
THE MOOD DISORDER QUESTIONNAIRE This questionnaire was developed to help you recognize the signs of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a complicated illness and no single questionnaire or test can be used to accurately diagnose this illness. Accurate diagnosis is obtained only through a thorough evaluation with a physician. This questionnaire is a good first step in discovering if you might have this illness but it is not meant to take the place of an evaluation by a physician or a mental health professional.
A positive result from this questionnaire suggests that you could benefit from a comprehensive mental health screening. However, regardless of the results of this survey, if you have concerns, contact your physician and/or a mental health professional.
DBSA does not endorse or recommend the use of any specific treatment plan or medication. For advice about specific treatments or medications, you should consult your physician and/or a mental health professional.
This questionnaire has been developed with an unrestricted educational grant from Abbott Laboratories.

164. Early-Onset Mood Disorder
EarlyOnset mood Disorder. David Brent, MD, Neal Ryan, MD, Ronald Dahl, MD, and Boris Birmaher, MD. INTRODUCTION. During the past decade,
Additional related information may be found at: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Fifth Generation of Progress Back to Psychopharmacology - The Fourth Generation of Progress Early-Onset Mood Disorder David Brent, M.D. , Neal Ryan, M.D., Ronald Dahl, M.D., and Boris Birmaher, M.D INTRODUCTION EPIDEMIOLOGY Affective illness is less common in prepubertal children than in adolescents. In prepuberty, the point prevalence of major depression has been estimated to range from 1.8 to 2.5%, "minor" forms of depression, including dysthymia, as 2.5%, and bipolar illness as 0.2–0.4% ( ). For adolescents, the point prevalence of depression has been estimated at 2.9–4.7%, dysthymic disorder, 1.6–8.0%, and bipolar disorder, 1%. Depressive illness is equally common in males and females prior to puberty, but it more common in females than males post-pubertally ( ). On the other hand, bipolar disorder is equally prevalent in both genders. Early-onset affective illness has become a much more significant public health problem in recent years. There is evidence of a secular trend for depression and suicide. Successive cohorts born after 1950 have an increased risk for depression and suicide relative to earlier birth cohorts, based on retrospectively and prospectively gathered data ( ), with evidence of a secular trend for depression affecting even prepubertal and adolescent children (

165. Booklets
Sleep disorders. External Links. Sleep Problems Royal College of Other Mental disorders in Older Adults (Anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia,
Impulse Control Disorders

166. New Web

167. EMedicine - Mood Disorder: Bipolar Disorder : Article By Himanshu P Upadhyaya, M
mood Disorder Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder in which feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and perceptions are altered within the context
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Mood Disorder: Bipolar Disorder
Last Updated: May 20, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: BPD, BPAD, manic depression, mania, depression, hypomania, bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, type I bipolar disorder, type II bipolar disorder, manic episode AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Himanshu P Upadhyaya, MBBS, MS , Director, Adolescent Substance Abuse Training/Education, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina Coauthor(s): Mary C Fields, MD , Fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina Himanshu P Upadhyaya, MBBS, MS, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry , and American Psychiatric Association Editor(s): Carol Diane Berkowitz, MD

168. EMedicine - Mood Disorder: Dysthymic Disorder : Article By Edwin S Rogers, PhD,
mood Disorder Dysthymic Disorder Dysthymic disorder may be diagnosed in children and adolescents when a pervasive depressed or irritable mood is present
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Mood Disorder: Dysthymic Disorder
Last Updated: May 20, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: dysthymia, depressive neurosis, neurotic depression, depressive personality, depression, irritable mood, diminished appetite, increased appetite, insomnia, hypersomnia, low energy, fatigue, poor self-esteem, concentration difficulties, decision-making difficulties, feelings of hopelessness AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Edwin S Rogers, PhD, ABPP , Assistant Director Behavioral Medicine Fellowship, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville Coauthor(s): Steven L Spalding, MD , Behavioral Medicine Fellowship Director, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Practice, University of Tennessee Medical Center Edwin S Rogers, PhD, ABPP, is a member of the following medical societies:

169., depression and mood disorder support. Features forums, chat rooms, articles, news, peer support and other resources. ,
Main Menu Home About Us Mental Health News Peer Support 1on1 Peer Support Peer Chat Room Messenger Lists Express Yourself Journals Self Expression -Disorders Info- About Depression Types of Depression Elderly and Depression Self Harm (SI) ... User Articles -Recovery- [USA] Getting Help [UK] Getting Help Treatement Options -Resources Web Links Know Your Rights Medication Database Interviews ... Ask - A - Therapist
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Welcome to Trapped Minds is website dedicated to providing vital connection between sufferers of mood disorders. The connection we provide, ensures our members can share, understand and support each other in a peer to peer level. Our site is designed to help our users understand that this site should only been used in ADDITION to real life professional help, as our site cannot provide the important help and support offline that everyone with mood disorders should be seeking to get through their illness. is a resource to connect those with mood disorders to provide a vital understanding that sufferers need. We look into most aspects of the potential causes of depression and mood disorders and possible ways to help those who use our site through the journey of recovery We help our users to find the vital connection between sufferers via our large Support Resources including

170. Mood Disorder Diagnosis Program
Internet Mental Health s mood Disorder Diagnosis program diagnoses the following Click here to download the mood Disorder program (dxmood.exe)
Mood Disorder Diagnosis Program
Table of Contents
Internet Mental Health's Mood Disorder Diagnosis program diagnoses the following:
  • Bipolar Disorder, Mixed
  • Bipolar Disorder, Manic
  • Bipolar Disorder, Depressed
  • Cyclothymia
  • Major Depression
  • Dysthymia
  • Organic Mood Disorder, Mixed
  • Organic Mood Disorder, Manic
  • Organic Mood Disorder, Depressed
Each disorder is diagnosed in strict accordance with the diagnostic rules laid down by the American Psychiatric Association (in the DSM-III-R). The diagnosis can be made by a therapist, a patient, or an informant. Currently, this program is only available for MS-DOS
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There are many additional software programs and mental health services that we would like to offer free of charge over the Internet. Unfortunately, our own financial resources are limited. Could you help us? If you would like to support Internet Mental Health, please send your donation to: Phillip Long, M.D.

171. Bipolar Archives - Chat Transcripts
THE mood DISORDER QUESTIONNAIRE. Instructions Please answer each question as best you can. Upon completing this form, print your completed form and take it
Select One Contact CME? Order? Register? Place an Ad? Print Pages? More... ADD/ADHD Alcoholism Alzheimer's Anorexia Anxiety Bipolar Disorder Borderline Bulimia Children Compulsive Dementia Depression Dissociation Drug Abuse Eating Disorders Fear Forgetfulness Hyperactivity Mania Manic-Dep Mood Disorder Narcissistic Neurology Obsessive OCD Panic Paraphilias Phobia Personality Psychosis PTSD Schizophrenia Seasonal Mood Sexual Issues Social Phobia Suicidal Tic Disorders Violence
Instructions: Please answer each question as best you can. Upon completing this form, print your completed form and take it to your health care practitioner. This screening instrument is not a substitute for a full medical and psychiatric evaluation. If you or your family are concerned about your mental condition, please contact a healthcare professional immediately. 1. Has there ever been a period of time when you were not your usual self and... felt so good or so hyper that other people thought you were not your normal self or you were so hyper that you got into trouble?
No were so irritable that you shouted at people or started fights or arguments?

172. Bipolar Disorder (Mood Disorder) - EMedicine Health
Information on bipolar disorder (BD), also known as manic depression or mood disorder. Learn about bipolar disorder causes, symptoms and treatment.
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Bipolar Disorder Overview
Bipolar disorder (BD) is a type of mood disorder. Bipolar disorder was called manic depression in the past, and that term is still used by some people. It is a psychiatric illness that causes major disruptions in lifestyle and health. Everyone has occasional highs and lows in their moods. But people with bipolar disorder have extreme mood swings. They can go from feeling very sad, despairing, helpless, worthless, and hopeless ( depression ) to feeling as if they are on top of the world, hyperactive, creative, and grandiose (mania).
  • This disease is called bipolar disorder because the mood of a person with bipolar disorder can alternate between 2 completely opposite poles, euphoric happiness and extreme sadness.
  • Symptoms of both mania and depression sometimes occur together, in what is called "mixed state."
  • The extremes of mood usually occur in cycles. In between these mood swings, people with bipolar disorder are able to function normally, hold a job, and have a normal family life. The episodes of mood swings tend to become closer together with age.
  • When a person is in the grip of this disease, chaos can occur. Bipolar disorder can cause major disruption of family and finances, loss of job, and marital problems.

173. Bipolar Disorder Questions And Answers - & Manic Depression
InDepth Bipolar Disorder and Manic Depression news, information, on-line support groups(discussions and chat) and educational materials.
Bipolar Focus
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Note: For all the latest news and events relevant to bipolar disorder, visit the homepage of Bipolar Focus
  • Bipolar Disorder Introduction - what is bipolar disorder, and more Bipolar Disorder Symptoms/Diagnosis
    Bipolar Disorder Causes
    Bipolar Personal Stories Internet Videos on Bipolar Disorder ...
    Preventing Suicide

  • Bipolar Disorder Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
    1.0 Introduction and Acknowledgments to Contributors

    2.0 Revision history and archive locations

    3.0 Definitions (DSM-IV and "Extended")
    What is Bipolar Disorder? ... How can I assess my own mental status? (Includes: The Goldberg Depression and Mania Self-Rating Scales) What medications are commonly used in treatment? Resource organizations 5.0 How do I help a friend or loved one? What to do (and what not to do) when someone you care about is diagnosed ... needs help, but resists seeking it for themselves. 6.0 Resources for education and support Books 6.3 Magazine and Journal Articles

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