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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

1. The Mood Disorders Support Group Of New York City
A non profit, selfhelp organization serving both individuals with depression and manic-depression Category Health Mental Health Mood Depression Support Groups......mood disorders Support Group of New York City. founded in 1981 MDSG/NY sponsorsa series of authoritative lectures on various aspects of mood disorders.
Welcome to MDSG.ORG the web site of the
Mood Disorders Support Group of New York City
founded in 1981 About MDSG MDSG is a non profit, self-help organization serving both individuals with depression and manic-depression (bipolar disorder), as well as their families and friends. We help people to accept and manage their illness and improve the quality of their life. We are an independent affiliate of the National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association (Note: as of August 2002, the new name for NDMDA is the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
What's Here Top Of Page
This web page provides an overview of our services:

2. Drug Treatment For People With Mood Disorders
A compendium of information on psychopharmacology and the drug treatment of individuals with psychiatric Category Health Medicine Pharmacology Psychopharmacology......A authoritative compendium of information on aall aspects of psychopharmacologyand drug treatment for people with mood disorders.

3. Mood Disorders Association Of Manitoba
Provides support, information, and education to those afflicted. Lists facts, myths, disorders, services, Category Regional North America Manitoba Health Mental Health......Founded in 1983 by Gwen Finnen, the mood disorders Association of Manitoba is builton a selfhelp philosophy designed to provide a focal point of sensitivity
Home News Depression Bipolar Disorder ... Links Founded in 1983 by Gwen Finnen, the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba is built on a self-help philosophy designed to provide a focal point of sensitivity, self-help and self-reliance. Its purposes are to provide information, education and support to those affected by unipolar affective disorder (depression) and bipolar disorder (manic depression), their families and friends, health care professionals and the general public. We believe in the principle that self-help is a critical factor in recovery. About us Our Association is made up of those affected with a mood disorder, family members, friends, and the community at large. With ten full and part time employees, and a volunteer force of several score, we are able to sustain a wide variety of services and activities. We have a membership of several hundred across the province who play a vital role in our success. Without their membership, many of our services would not be possible. We have offices in Winnipeg (Provincial Office), Brandon, Flin Flon, The Pas, Portage la Prairie, Winnipeg Beach, Dauphin, and Steinbach. We also have offices at the PsycHealth Centre, and the Selkirk Mental Health Centre.

4. Dr. Ivan's Depression Central
A clearing house for information on all types of mood disorders and their most effective treatments, Category Health Mental Health Disorders Mood...... effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, ManicDepression(Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders.

5. UCLA Mood Disorder Research Program
An introduction to the various forms of depression with suggestions for the depressed person, family and friends. Begin Here to Read About mood disorders

About Us Mood Disorders Research ... Contact David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Mood Disorders Research Program
300 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 1544, Los Angeles, CA 90095 310-794-9913

6. Foundation For Mood Disorders
A research, educational, referral and information center, dedicated to mood disorders such as depression, Category Health Mental Health Disorders Mood......The Foundation is a research, educational, referral and information center, dedicatedto mood disorders such as depression, manic depression, panic and anxiety
The Foundation is a research, educational, referral and information center, dedicated to mood disorders such as depression, manic depression, panic and anxiety states and obsessive compulsive disorders. It is the philosophy of the Foundation that these disorders are, in most cases, biologically caused and can be, for the most part, effectively and safely treated with non-addictive, mood-stabilizing medications, and in some cases with adjunctive psychotherapy and other psychological techniques. Yet millions of Americans experience unrecognized symptoms and therefore are untreated for mood disturbances that cause enormous suffering and hardship. The Foundation, under the leadership of Dr. Ronald F. Fieve, the American pioneer in the development of lithium therapy for bipolar disorder, also Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia Presyterian Medical Center, endeavors to educate and inform the public to combat these problems. This can be done through the following programs: Aimed at biochemical, behavioral, and genetic understanding of the causes of depression and anxiety disorders and developing new drug treatments to alleviate them.

7. Mooddisorders.html
What are mood disorders, how are they diagnosed, treatments, and medications.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Mood......mood disorders I. What are mood disorders? mood disorders, predominantly Depressionand Bipolar syndromes, are said to strike one in seven of the population.
Mood Disorders I. What are Mood Disorders? "But when the melancholy fit shall fall
Sudden from heaven like a weeping cloud,
That fosters the droop-headed flowers all,
And hides the green hill in an April shroud;
Then glut thy sorrow on a morning rose." John Keats, Ode on Melancholy
We have all felt sad, or melancholy, from time to time. But there is a point where the ache of sadness becomes chronic and insufferable, a mountain of pain to its victim. Mood disorders, predominantly Depression and Bi-polar syndromes, are said to strike one in seven of the population. How Prevalent are Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents? 7-14% of children will experience an episode of major depression before the age of 15. 20-30% of adult bipolar patients report having their first episode before the age of 20. Out of 100,000 adolescents, two to three thousand will have mood disorders out of which 8-10 will commit suicide.

8. PsychoConsult
Information resource in clinical psychiatry. Covering areas such as organic mental disorders, schizophrenia, mood disorders, and neurosis.

9. Cognitive Brain Research Unit, University Of Helsinki Attention The Unit Has Mov
Offers educational and support services to sufferers from depression, including suggestions for selfhelp and advice on alternative therapies.

10. Adolescent Mood Disorders - Depression In Teenagers - Depressed Teens
Education, intervention and guidance for parents of teenagers with mood disorders.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Mood......mood disorders describe a range of behavioral issues that may occurin childhood, adolescence, or adulthood. We will focus on mood
What Is a Mood Disorder? How Are Mood Disorders Different in Teens?
Isn't My Teen Just Going Through a Phase?

Treatment and Intervention
... Consequences of Undiagnosed Mood Disorders
The information on this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a subsitute for medical treatment and professional diagnosis. If you suspect your adolescent suffers from a mood disorder, it is essential that you contact a mental health professional to assess your child's needs. Mood disorders describe a range of behavioral issues that may occur in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood. We will focus on mood disorders in teenagers, because in this unique population these behavioral problems may express themselves in ways that make diagnosis more difficult. Mood disorders affect as many as 7% of Americans in any given year. The most common types are depression or mania (or a combination, known as bipolar disorder). Major depressive disorder is the most common diagnosis, and occurs twice as often in women as in men. Mood disorders are considered one of the top ten causes of disability worldwide.

11. Mood Disorders Association Of Ontario
The mood disorders Association of Ontario is an inclusive, notfor-profit,self-help organization. The mood disorders Association of Ontario.
About MDAO

What is a Mood Disorder?

Types of Mood Disorders

Finding A Doctor
Donate to MDAO

We are a non-profit association controlled by our members. Our registered charitable number is 071-6860-11-13. The Equilink newsletter is in .pdf format which requires Adobe Acrobat reader. Download it for free
The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario is an inclusive, not-for-profit, self-help organization. We are dedicated:
  • to provide education and information for people with Mood Disorders,families, professionals and the public, concerning mood disorders; to foster self-help within a peer support model for people with Mood Disorders and their families; to eliminate discrimination and stigma; to work with community partners; to advocate on behalf of people with Mood Disorders and their families.
Learn more about the MDAO:
Who we are What our services are Contact Us MDAO F.A.Q.

12. Mood Disorders, National Mental Health Information Center
This fact sheet is intended only as a starting point for gaining an understanding about two of the most common mood disorders depression and bipolar disorder, also known as manicdepressive illness.
United States Department of Health and Human Services
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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Mood Disorders
Each year, almost 44 million Americans experience a mental disorder (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2002). In fact, mental illnesses are among the most common conditions affecting health today. Researchers believe most serious mental illnesses are caused by complex imbalances in the brain's chemical activity. They also believe environmental factors can play a part in triggering, or protecting against, the onset of mental illness.

13. GSDL Depression And Mood Disorders
Symptoms, along with reactions and combinations to and with bodily functions.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Mood...... Depression and mood disorders Feelings of hopelessness, chronic apathy, andlow energy levels are some of the crippling symptoms of depression.

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14. Lectures Of The Mood Disorders Support Group
The Lecture Series. of the mood disorders Support Group of New York City. TreatmentBreakthroughs in mood disorders. Monday, June 2, 2003 Michael Craig Miller MD.
The Lecture Series
of the Mood Disorders Support Group of New York City On this page: MDSG Schedule New Jersey Schedule About MDSG Lectures MDSG sponsors a series of authoritative lectures on various aspects of mood disorders. These lectures are designed to keep people with mood disorders, their families, and friends informed about recent developments in the understanding of mood disorders and in the treatment of people with such disorders. Anyone can attend our lectures . They are free for members of MDSG, there is a $4.00 suggested contribution for non-members. Occasionally there is a special lecture with a premium charge for both members and non-members. These special lectures will be clearly indicated here, in the newsletter and on the recorded message on our phone number. Fund raising lectures are $6 for members and $10 for non-members. When: Lectures are held once a month, on a Monday. They start at 7:30 PM , doors open at 7:00 PM. Typically, lectures end between 9:00 PM and 10:00 PM. There are ten lectures a year, with none in the summer. Where: Lecture are given at the Beth Israel Medical Center in the Dazian Pavilion in the Podell Auditorium. The main entrance of Beth Israel is on the northwest corner of First Ave and 16th Street, however the Dazian Pavilion is on 16 Street and Nathan Perlman Place. The entrance to the Dazian Pavilion on Nathan Perlman Place is unfortunately closed. The closest entrance is by the Emergency Room on 16th Street between First Avenue and Nathan Perlman Place. To get there, walk west on the North side of 16th Street from First Avenue towards the park. The entrance is behind the two parking spaces for the ambulances. That is, the entrance is not directly on 16th street, you have to walk through the ambulance parking spaces (or past an ambulance if one is parked there). There will be signs posted at the Emergency Room/Ambulance entrance directing you to the MDSG lecture. Additional

15. Internet Links
Walkers in Darkness Information and support for mood disorders
Internet Links
Policy: We list only English-language sites providing more than 10 pages of free, scientifically sound mental health information. Whenever possible, sites are are rated by popularity using asterisks (**).
Anxiety Disorders
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder ... National Center for PTSD - Dartmouth (includes PILOTS database) *** Sidran Foundation - Trauma and PTSD *** Yahoo! Health - Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Gift From Within Posttraumatic Stress Disorder - Facts for Health * Social Phobia

16. About Mood Disorders - Depression And Bipolar Support Alliance
About mood disorders mood disorders are treatable The majority of peoplewith mood disorders are able to find treatments that work.

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About Depression

Learn More About Bipolar Disorder

(Manic Depression)

About Mood Disorders
Depression and bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) are both highly treatable medical illnesses. Unfortunately many people do not get the help they need because misunderstanding the issues surrounding the illnesses or the fear associated with stigma. The following are brief descriptions of depression and bipolar disorder. For more in depth information be sure to see our pages on depression and bipolar disorder
Depression: It's Not Just In Your Head
Everyone, at various times in life, feels sad or blue. It's normal to feel sad on occasion. Sometimes this sadness comes from things that happen in your life: you move to a different city and leave friends behind, you lose your job or a loved one dies. But what's the difference between "normal" feelings of sadness and the feelings caused by clinical depression?

17. The Center For Postpartum Health Welcomes You
Addresses the pregnancy and birth needs of women and their families, before and after delivery, particularly as it pertains to the development of depression and other mood disorders.
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The Center for Postpartum Health Welcomes You
Although the birth of a baby usually brings exhilaration and feelings of new beginnings, it can be a time of crisis. There is enormous change for the new mother and her family. It is not unusual for new motherhood to bring sadness, anxiety and despair during the early weeks after birth. For two out of 10 women, these feelings may develop into post-partum depression.
AT THE CENTER FOR POSTPARTUM HEALTH, we address the physical, mental, and emotional needs of pregnant and postpartum women and their families. We help facilitate the transition from pregnancy to parenthood.
ASSESSMENT and PREVENTION are key. The earlier the treatment and intervention, the less risk of onset or relapse of postnatal difficulties.
Would you know if you were suffering from postpartum depression?
1. Have you given birth within the last year?
2. Is there a history of depression in your family?
3. Are you crying throughout the day, feeling overwhelmed, anxious and unable to cope?
4. Are you unable to sleep despite extreme fatigue and/or losing weight without intentional dieting?

18. MDA - Mood Disorders Association Of British Columbia
People with a mood disorder Unipolar (Depression), Bipolar (ManicDepression) or Panic Disorder are invited to contact the MDA.
People with a mood disorder... Unipolar (Depression), Bipolar (Manic Depression) or Panic Disorder are invited to contact the MDA. We offer support and friendship for those with the illness and their support people. Increase your knowledge, gain information... the tools for managing your illness. Join one of our support groups.
Call for information.
Join our Association and receive our Newsletter.
Videos available, Special Lectures... Speakers. home vision and mission contact us MDA newsletter ... links
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19. The Mood Disorders Support Group Of Guelph
A public discussion forum devoted to the mood disorders Manic Depression (Bipolar Disorder) and Depression (Unipolar Disorder).
The Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph What's Here Top Of Page Information presented by this website is for general knowledge only. We do not provide medical advice or treatment for any specific medical condition. Our mission is to educate patients, families, professionals and the public about the nature of depressive and manic-depressive illnesses as treatable medical diseases; to foster self-help for patients and their families; to eliminate discrimination and stigma; to improve access to care; and to advocate for research toward the elimination of these illnesses. an overview of our services Announcements Top Of Page If you are considering suicide

20. OBAD's Bipolar Disorder And Depression Gateway - Descrition Of Bipolar Disorder,
Home Meetings OBAD's Book mood disorders Resources Ask an Expert LinksContacts Donations mood disorders. In an attempt to help people
MOOD DISORDERS In an attempt to help people better understand mental illness, OBAD has provided information regarding the following three mental illnesses we deal with on a regular basis.
Bipolar Disorder
Depression Schizoaffective Disorder
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