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  1. Understanding Sensory Dysfunction: Learning, Development and Sensory Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Bipolar Disorder by Liz McKendry Anderson, Polly Godwin Emmons, 2005-05-15
  2. Bipolar Disorders: A Guide to Helping Children & Adolescents by Mitzi Waltz, 2000-01-15
  3. The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Bipolar Disorder: Professional, Reassuring Advice to Help You Understand and Cope (Everything: Parenting and Family) by William Stillman, Jeffery Naser, 2005-10-01
  4. 100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's Depression or Bipolar Disorder by Linda Chokroverty, 2009-06-05
  5. If Your Adolescent Has Depression or Bipolar Disorder: An Essential Resource for Parents (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Dwight L. Evans M.D., Linda Wasmer Andrews, 2005-08-11
  6. Neurocognitive Correlates of Emotional Stimulus Processing in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: A Review (Postgraduate Medicine) by Heather Rosen, Brendan Rich, 2010-08-03
  7. Living With Bipolar Disorder by James L. Benson, 2008-11-13
  8. Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: A Handbook for Clinicians by Robert L. Findling, Robert A Kowatch, et all 2002-12
  9. Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: A Global Perspective
  10. The Real Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide - Bipolar Disorder Uncovered by Gary Hansen, 2010-09-04
  11. Bipolar Disorder, Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments by National Institute of Mental Health, US Department of Health and Human Services, et all 2008-10-27
  12. Bipolar Children: Cutting-Edge Controversy, Insights, and Research
  13. Bipolar: more severe, less obvious in children: longitudinal course study.(Children's Health): An article from: Family Practice News by Diana Mahoney, 2004-01-15
  14. Tool helps spot Bipolar Prodrome in children: questionnaire asks patients to rate 39 symptoms that can emerge before the first manic episode.(diagnosis ... An article from: Clinical Psychiatry News by Michele G. Sullivan, 2006-04-01

41. Is It Bipolar Disorder Or AD/HD?
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Enter the word or phrase to search for: Only match whole words The Bipolar Disorder-AD/HD Controversy Carol E. Watkins, M.D. There is a great deal of controversy about the diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder in Childhood. Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate AD/HD, irritable depression and Bipolar Disorder in children. Books such as The Bipolar Child have received popular attention and raised public consciousness about difficult to treat children with explosiveness and rapid mood swings. While the book gives excellent descriptions of individual children, it is not a research-based document. We have seen an increase in the use of antipsychotics (such as risperidone and haloperidol )and mood stabilizers (such as valproate and lithium) in younger children.

42. November 14, 2001 New MGH Center Will Study, Treat Bipolar
New MGH center will study, treat bipolar disorder in children StanleyCenter offers free evaluation and therapy. BOSTON — November
New MGH center will study, treat bipolar disorder in children
Stanley Center offers free evaluation and therapy
November 14, 2001 The Pediatric Psychopharmacology program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children has established a new center for research and treatment of pediatric bipolar disorder, one of the few such centers in the country. Designed to be as accessible as possible to those in need of its services, the Stanley Foundation Research Center will offer free evaluation and treatment of eligible children and adolescents with bipolar disorder and associated conditions. "While it has been recognized that some children show extreme fluctuations of mood beyond those often seen in healthy young people, the idea that these children could be considered manic or bipolar has been disputed," says Joseph Biederman, MD, chief of Pediatric Psychopharmacology at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. "We now understand that there are significant differences in the way this disorder is manifested in children." Biederman explains that mania in children does not usually include the feelings of euphoria, or extremely good mood, seen in adults with the disorder. Instead, children with mania exhibit aggressive, explosive, even threatening behavior. And while adults with bipolar disorder usually have periods in which their moods return to normal, children can have constantly disordered moods. When not extremely angry, they are despondent, and their mood swings can take place several times during a day.

43. Bipolar Disorder In Children And Adolescents
bipolar disorder in children and Adolescents. 4. Levin M. Clinical consulthow can we differentiate between ADHD, bipolar disorder in children?

44. Bipolar Disorder In Children Appears More Severe Than In Most Adults
bipolar disorder in children Appears More Severe Than in Most Adults.Child psychiatry researchers from St. Louis Children’s Hospital

45. Bipolar In Children III
bipolar disorder in children Part I Symptoms and Diagnosis Part II Bipolardisorder in children part III bipolar disorder in children part IV .
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READ MORE ABOUT BIPOLAR DISORDERS IN CHILDREN PART III RESEARCH F indings from an NIMH-supported study suggest that the illness may be at least as common among youth as among adults. In this study, one percent of adolescents ages 14 to 18 were found to have met criteria for bipolar disorder or cyclothymia, a similar but milder illness, in their lifetime In addition, close to six percent of adolescents in the study had experienced a distinct period of abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood even though they never met full criteria for bipolar disorder or cyclothymia. Compared to adolescents with a history of major depressive disorder and to a never-mentally-ill group, both the teens with bipolar disorder and those with sub-clinical symptoms had greater functional impairment and higher rates of co-occurring illnesses (especially anxiety and disruptive behavior disorders), suicide attempts, and mental health services utilization. The study highlights the need for improved recognition, treatment, and prevention of even the milder and Sub-clinical cases of bipolar disorder in adolescence. PART I PART II PART III PART IV Go to Disorders in Children Main Page Bipolar Disorder in Children Part I Symptoms and Diagnosis Part II [ Bipolar disorder in children part III ] Bipolar disorder in children part IV Back Next H ...
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46. Bipolar In Children IV
READ MORE ABOUT. bipolar disorder in children PART IV Treatment.Once the diagnosis of bipolar disorder is made, the treatment of
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O nce the diagnosis of bipolar disorder is made, the treatment of children and adolescents is based mainly on experience with adults, since as yet there is very limited data on the efficacy and safety of mood stabilizing medications in youth. The essential treatment for this disorder in adults involves the use of appropriate doses of mood stabilizers, most typically lithium and/or valproate, which are often very effective for controlling mania and preventing recurrences of manic and depressive episodes. Research on the effectiveness of these and other medications in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder is ongoing. In addition, studies are investigating various forms of psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, to complement medication treatment for this illness in young people. PART I PART II PART III PART IV Go to Disorders in Children Main Page Bipolar Disorder in Children Part I Symptoms and Diagnosis Part II Bipolar disorder in children part III [ Bipolar disorder in children part IV ] Back H

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48. Bipolar Disorder In Children -- bipolar disorder in children. Selected Links George T. Lynn,MA, MPA, LMHC Differentiating AD/HD from bipolar disorder in children PDF.
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"An increasing body of research suggests the existence of early onset childhood bipolar disorder. The population of pediatric bipolar illness may be small, but current research points to early misdiagnosis of ADD/ADHD, and that attention deficit disorder may masquerade as a harbinger of the mania to come. Since ADD/ADHD estimates range up to 10% of the school population, the notion that ADD/ADHD precedes bipolar disorder leads to a significant increase in diagnosed depressives. This in turn produces an increase in information-seeking behaviors by parents, caregivers, and medical personnel. Variables hindering the information-seeking process include vocabulary, tool failure, co-morbidity, social prejudices, age issues, and environmental factors. This research provides reliable sources, Web sites, databases, key authors, electronic groups, and other accessible medical information in order to better serve the pediatric bipolar community."

49. Bipolar Disorder In Children Appears More Severe Than In Most Adults
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Bipolar disorder in children appears more severe than in most adults The findings were presented today at the Fourth International Conference on Bipolar Disorder. The conference, held in Pittsburgh every other year, is the only venue in the world devoted exclusively to highlighting new research into bipolar disorder. The average age of the bipolar children involved in this study was just over 10. More than half had not yet reached puberty and 43 percent were between the ages of 7 and 10 years old. Almost a quarter of the bipolar study participants were seriously suicidal. Geller believes this low use of anti-manic medications may be because gatekeeper physicians are not yet aware that children can have manic -depressive illness. Only about one-third of these children had recovered from their mania at the end of one year. Geller plans to continue following these children over time to see if their chronic, rapid cycling illness continues or if they will develop the episodic pattern with relatively well periods that is seen most commonly in adults. Her group also is conducting molecular genetic and neuroimaging studies to learn whether the genetic factors involved in the disorder are similar for children and adults and whether the brains of children with bipolar disorder differ from the brains of normal children. Contact: Jim Dryden

50. Bipolar Disorder In Children Divides Professionals Disorder Not
bipolar disorder in children Divides Professionals Disorder Not Formally Recognizedin Children. Albuquerque Journal By Jackie Jadrnak January 29, 2001.

51. Survival Strategies For Parenting Children With Bipolar Disorder
I’m so sad! . The inner experience of the child with Bipolar Disorder vii. I.bipolar disorder in children. the presence of bipolar disorder in children 1.
Back to main page for this book. Survival Strategies for Parenting Children With Bipolar Disorder Contents Introduction: "I’m so sad. I’m so sad!" I. Bipolar Disorder in children Dealing with sudden rage, aggressive depression, oppositionality, and crazy thinking
  • Enter the Warrior: how to identify The brain chemistry of Bipolar Disorder and Martha’s story: understanding and managing Tom’s Story: charting a change strategy Compassion makes a big difference: Innovative non-pharmacological treatment
  • approaches for Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, and Depression in children. II. Asperger’s Syndrome and Bipolar Disorder in teenagers Managing inertia, school resistance, stimulus craving, and lack of common sense
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  • the brilliant, anxious and oppositional child
  • Sean’s Case: Helping a child with the dual
  • III. Soothing the hurt of Tourette Syndrome and Bipolar Disorder
  • Tourette Syndrome: The wild heart A shoulder to scream on how to help
  • children living with the fiery extremes of comorbid IV. ADHD At Its Extremes
  • A matter of degree: how to know the
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    Introduction, cautionary note, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.Category Health Mental Health Bipolar Disorder Children and Teens...... A Cautionary Note Effective treatment depends on appropriate diagnosisof bipolar disorder in children and adolescents. There is
    ADHD ANXIETY DISORDERS DEPRESSION SCHIZOPHRENIA ... THE INVISIBLE DISEASE: DEPRESSION Child and Adolescent Bipolar Disorder Menu Introduction Research findings, clinical experience, and family accounts provide substantial evidence that bipolar disorder, also called manic-depressive illness, can occur in children and adolescents. Bipolar disorder is difficult to recognize and diagnose in youth, however, because it does not fit precisely the symptom criteria established for adults, and because its symptoms can resemble or co-occur with those of other common childhood-onset mental disorders. In addition, symptoms of bipolar disorder may be initially mistaken for normal emotions and behaviors of children and adolescents. But unlike normal mood changes, bipolar disorder significantly impairs functioning in school, with peers, and at home with family. Better understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in youth is urgently needed. In pursuit of this goal, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is conducting and supporting research on child and adolescent bipolar disorder. A Cautionary Note
    Effective treatment depends on appropriate diagnosis of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents. There is some evidence that 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 attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (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.

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    Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder Types of Bipolar Disorder Treatments Bipolar Disorder in Children ... Support Groups Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) is a treatable illness marked by extreme changes in mood, thought, energy and behavior. It is not a character flaw or a sign of personal weakness. Bipolar disorder is also known as manic depression because a person’s mood can alternate between the "poles" mania (highs) and depression (lows). This change in mood or "mood swing" can last for hours, days weeks or months. Bipolar disorder affects more than two million adult Americans. It usually begins in late adolescence (often appearing as depression during teen years) although it can start in early childhood or later in life. An equal number of men and women develop this illness (men tend to begin with a manic episode, women with a depressive episode) and it is found among all ages, races, ethnic groups and social classes. The illness tends to run in families and appears to have a genetic link. Like depression and other serious illnesses, bipolar disorder can also negatively affect spouses and partners, family members, friends and coworkers.

    58. Washington University Medical News bipolar disorder in children Appears More SevereThan in Most Adults. Embargoed for release until 1 PM ET, Thursday, June 14.
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    Bipolar Disorder in Children Appears More Severe Than in Most Adults Embargoed for release until 1 P.M. ET, Thursday, June 14 "Typically adults with bipolar disorder have episodes of either mania or depression that last a few months and have relatively normal functioning between episodes," said Barbara Geller, M.D., the study’s principal investigator. "But in manic children we have found a more severe, chronic course of illness. Many children will be both manic and depressed at the same time, will often stay ill for years without intervening well periods and will frequently have multiple daily cycles of highs and lows. These findings are counterintuitive to the common notion that children would be less ill than their adult counterparts." Geller and colleagues are studying 93 children with bipolar disorder and comparing them to 81 children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and another 94 healthy children from the community.

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