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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. The Food-Mood Solution: All-Natural Ways to Banish Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Stress, Overeating, and Alcohol and Drug Problems--and Feel Good Again by Jack Challem, 2008-01-18
  2. Borderline Personality Disorder For Dummies by Charles H. Elliott PhD, Laura L. Smith PhD, 2009-07-27
  3. New Hope for People with Bipolar Disorder: Your Friendly, Authoritative Guide to the Latest in Traditional and Complementary Solutions by Jan Fawcett, Bernard Golden, et all 2007-10-23
  4. Mental Health Information for Teens: Health Tips About Mental Wellness and Mental Illness : Including Facts About Mental and Emotional Health, Depression ... Mood Disorders, Self-in (Teen Health Series) by Karen Bellenir, 2006-07-06
  5. Bipolar Disorder: The Latest Assessment And Treatment Strategies by Trisha Suppes, Ellen B. Dennehy, 2005-06-01
  6. New Hope for People with Bipolar Disorder: Your Friendly, Authoritative Guide to the Latest in Traditional and Complementar y Solutions, Including: Proper ... of Depression & Manic-Depressive ... by Jan Fawcett, Bernard Golden, et all 2000-09-14
  7. The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Mood Disorders
  8. Borderline Personality Disorder: A Therapist's Guide to Taking Control by Arthur Freeman, Gina M. Fusco, 2003-11-01
  9. Integrated Treatment for Mood and Substance Use Disorders
  10. Living Well with Depression and Bipolar Disorder: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know by John Mcmanamy, 2006-10-01
  11. Bipolar Kids: Helping Your Child Find Calm in the Mood Storm by Rosalie Greenberg, 2008-06-03
  12. Bipolar Disorder: The Ultimate Guide by Sarah Owen, Amanda Saunders, 2008-07-25
  13. Bipolar Disorder: The Ultimate Guide by Sarah Owen, Amanda Saunders, 2008-07-25
  14. If Your Adolescent Has an Anxiety Disorder: An Essential Resource for Parents (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Edna B. Foa, Linda Wasmer Andrews, 2006-04-01

41. Welcome To Light Therapy Systems
Light therapy products for mood disorders and seasonal affective disorder.
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42. Mood Disorders Association (SA) Inc
mood disorders Association (SA) Inc. 1 Richmond Road, Keswick. mood disorders Association was incorporated in 1983 and is supported by SA Health Commission.
Mood Disorders Association (SA) Inc
1 Richmond Road, Keswick. Adelaide. South Australia
"To meet the needs of people with mood disorders, and their carers, in
South Australia through information, education, support and advocacy."
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Mood Disorders Association was incorporated in 1983 and is supported by
SA Health Commission.
Postal Address: PO Box 310, MARLESTON. SA. 5033. Telephone 08 8221 5170. Fax 08 8212 1135.
What is Bipolar Disorder?
What is Unipolar Disorder?
What To Do When You Are Getting Depressed What To Do When You Are Getting Manic
Therapies:- (for information only)
Therapies Thought Field Therapy Domestic Pet Stress Relief Treatment (No Outlay Required) Mood Disorders on the Nine TV Network "Good Medicine" series
Some useful links:-
Melbourne based "DepressioNet" Resources includes Chatroom and Message-boarding SA Dept of Human Services
Mental Health
unit National Depression Initiative:-
Post Natal
Depression DepNet Community Website
Informative and entertaining The Mental Health Encyclopaedia (US)
Illnesses, Diagnoses, Medications, etc.

43. Health Research Institute - Pfeiffer Treatment Center
An outpatient clinic dedicated to assisting children and adults with biochemical imbalances through nutrient therapy. Our emphasis is on ADD/ADHD, autism, depression, thought and mood disorders.
H ealth R esearch I nstitute and P feiffer T reatment C enter
are leaders in the research and treatment of biochemical imbalances.
Our Mission
To increase the individual's ability to lead a productive and rewarding life, with the focus on research, education, and nutritional treatment of biochemical imbalances.
Introducing the Health Research Institute Pfeiffer Treatment Center Pfeiffer Clinic Services: Evaluation and Treatment of Biochemical Imbalances HRI Pharmacy: A Licensed Compounding Pharmacy Research and Resources Educational Activities More Patient Information Miscellaneous

44. UBC Mood Disorders Centre Has Moved
UBC Hospital mood disorders Centre. has moved to Your browser will be redirected there in 5 seconds. Please

45. Psychology Psychiatry Counseling Therapy For Orlando And Central Florida.
Treatment for mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, stress/anxiety/anger management, couples counseling, family therapy, psychoeducational evaluations, and psychological testing.
Welcome to Pierre R. Lubold, Psy.D Richard Marcil, Jr., Ph.D. Maxine Minto, M.D. We are a multidisciplinary facility offering quality psychology (mental health counseling and therapy) and psychiatry (medication evaluation and management) by an association of professional, independent practitioners for the Orlando and Central Florida area. Adults, couples, children, and adolescents are welcome. Our practitioners work with various different mental health issues including mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, stress/anxiety/anger management, couples counseling, family therapy, psychoeducational evaluations, and psychological testing. We are located at: 716 N. Ferncreek Avenue Orlando, Florida 32803 To find out more about each of our providers and the services they offer, please click on a name below: Psychology Services (click blue hyperlink for more info) Pierre R. Lubold, Psy.D. - 407-228-1766 Richard R. Marcil, Jr., Ph.D. Psychiatric Services Maxine Minto, M.D. - 407-895-2964 Frequently Asked Questions Map Note: If you are a provider with an established practice looking for office space, please contact Dr. Marcil at 407-894-8507.

46. 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.
Walkers in Darkness. Since 1991, 12 years and counting....
03/08/04: Forums are up and chat is back!
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.
Walkers in Darkness featured in JAMA article about online support groups. Click here to read a reprint of the article.
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47. Clinical Trials: Reproductive-Related Mood Disorders
Clinical Trials ReproductiveRelated mood disorders. FEATURED STUDIES. Combined Hormone Replacement in Menstrually-Related mood disorders.
Working to improve mental health through biomedical
research on mind, brain, and behavior Text Size: A A A powered by Google Advanced Search Press Room NIMH Outreach Scientific Meetings Clinical Trials ... Publications Clinical Trials: Reproductive-Related Mood Disorders
Combined Hormone Replacement in Menstrually-Related Mood Disorders.
Treatment study, outpatient. The purpose of this 2-6 month study is to determine whether the maintenance of stable hormone levels will prevent mood disturbances in women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Ages 18-50. NIH Clinical Center, Bethesda, MD. Clinical Trial of Leuprolide Acetate for the Treatment of PMS.
Treatment study, outpatient. This study examines the influence of estrogen and progesterone on mood and behavior in women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Ages 18-40. NIH Clinical Center, Bethesda, MD. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Postpartum Depression.
Treatment study; outpatient. This 12-week study will evaluate the effectiveness of Clinician-Managed Interpersonal Psychotherapy (CM-IPT) in treating postpartum depression and will compare CM-IPT to standard IPT. Ages 18 and older. Iowa City, IA. Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).

48. Counselling4all Home
Free counselling on a number of psychological and personal issues such as anxiety, stress, loss and grieving, depression, mood disorders, and relationship conflicts.
home about us recommend FAQ ... articles Welcome to Counselling4all......"We help you so that you help yourself better" anxiety stress loss and grieving depression/ mood disorders ... coping with trauma/ crises We as counsellor give you the time, space and support to explore issues which are important to you. We listen to you carefully, with respect, confidentiality and concern for your well being . Our work is concerned with helping individuals find realistic and workable solutions to their problems by helping them gain an insight into themselves so that they are able to utilize their own potentialities and opportunities and thus become self-sufficient, self-directed and self-actualized .Our work also involve understanding and working with the individual to discover his unique needs and motivation and help appreciate them GET COUNSELLING NOW "IF AN INDIVIDUAL RECEIVES EDUCATION ALONG WITH PROPER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING HE/SHE IS ABLE TO DEVELOP HIS/HER PERSONALITY FULLY AND THUS IS ABLE SERVE HIS/HER SOCIETY IN TERMS OF HIS/HER ABILITIES AND TALENTS. You can place your ads here. contact:

49. NeLMH Mood Disorders
NeLMH Home Mental Health Topics mood disorders. NeLMH Homepage. Home AZ Topics News Interviews mood disorders. Depression is a mood state

50. The Scientist :: New Approach To Mood Disorders
New approach to mood disorders. Using gene chips and genotyping, EU project aims to get beyond serotonin By Stephen Pincock. BERLIN
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New approach to mood disorders
By Stephen Pincock
Human Genome Meeting here on Monday (April 5). Bill Deakin The project will begin by looking at the core features of depression in about 10 rodent models, including knockout mice, and by correlating depressive symptoms such as nonresponse to reward, anxiety, and helpless behavior, with mRNA extracted from brain samples. The research team will be using a gene chip provided by French firm Genescore with about 800 genes, such as neurotrophic factors and neurotransmitter receptors. The Scientist Findings will be tested by developing further knockout models and by treating those animals with antidepressants. The ultimate aims of the project are to refine the gene chip to allow researchers to study gene expression in animal models of depression and to eventually produce new targets for potential drug development in humans. Links for this article

University of Manchester Neuroscience and Psychology Unit

51. Mood Disorders
.......mood disorders. mood disorders are mental disorders characterized by periods of depression, sometimes alternating with periods of elevated mood.
Mood disorders
Mood disorders are mental disorders characterized by periods of depression, sometimes alternating with periods of elevated mood.
While many people go through sad or elated moods from time to time, people with mood disorders suffer from severe or prolonged mood states that disrupt their daily functioning. Among the general mood disorders classified in the fourth edition (1994) of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV ) are major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder , and dysthymia. In classifying and diagnosing mood disorders, doctors determine if the mood disorder is unipolar or bipolar. When only one extreme in mood (the depressed state) is experienced, this type of depression is called unipolar. Major depression refers to a single severe period of depression, marked by negative or hopeless thoughts and physical symptoms like fatigue . In major depressive disorder, some patients have isolated episodes of depression. In between these episodes, the patient does not feel depressed or have other symptoms associated with depression. Other patients have more frequent episodes. Bipolar depression or bipolar disorder (sometimes called manic depression) refers to a condition in which people experience two extremes in mood. They alternate between depression (the "low" mood) and

52. Mood Disorders
FREE Testing. mood disorders. Index. Definition experience. A mood disorder is characterized by a disturbance in this mood. mood disorders Types.

53. Jesup Depression And Bipolar Support Group
Nonprofit group for people suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders. Includes meeting and contact information, along with informational links.

54. Depression, Bipolar And Other Mood Disorders
Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Other mood disorders. This section provides ICD. How Prevalent are mood disorders? According to
Site Search ( Help Home Try Online Therapy Types of Counselling ... Other Web Resources Sections available:
Types of Distress
About Drug Therapy ADHD (additional sections) Anxiety Disorders (additional sections) Autistic Spectrum (additional sections) Eating Disorders (additional sections) Mood Disorders Disorders: Clinical Depression Symptoms General Information on Depression NIMH Information on Depression Cyclothymia Symptoms ... Additional NIMH Article on Bipolar Episode Types: Hypomanic Episode Symptoms Major Depressive Episode Symptoms Manic Episode Symptoms Mixed Episode Symptoms ... Personality Disorders (additional sections) Schizoaffective Disorders (additional sections) Schizophrenic Disorders (additional sections) Chronic Pain and Illnesses (additional sections) The Site Editor provides Counselling Services which may be of help to clients whose lives are affected either directly or through those they love by some of these types of distress.
Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Other Mood Disorders
This section provides general information on clinical depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders, and describes the symptoms employed by psychiatrists in their diagnosis.

55. Black Dog Institute * Home
Black Dog Institute is an educational, research and clinical facility offering specialist expertise in mood disorders.
  • Depression explained Causes of depression How to tell Treatments ... Definitions Search
    Black Dog Institute
    Welcome to our new website. We are dedicated to advancing understanding of mood disorders so as to improve the lives of those affected and, in turn, the lives of their families and friends. We have many years of research experience and clinical expertise in these fields, and it's our aim to share our expertise with you on this site. We welcome your feedback Please note that the information on this site is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, so please see a qualified health provider if you have any health concerns. Read our full terms and conditions Professor Gordon Parker
    Executive Director
    Black Dog Institute Neuroimaging Study We need volunteers for several studies on Bipolar Disorder using magnetic resonance imaging. Find out more. International award The Institute's research credentials have been honoured in an international award.

56. Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance Of Northwest Connecticut, A Support Group
Weekly support group for those affected by mood disorders. Speaker schedule, online forum and information on manic depression.
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Have a Web site of your own? Want to link to ours? Here's how! You should have heard a little music play, when this page loaded. If not, you may not have a MIDI-sound enabled system, or your browser isn't get up to handle background sounds; play it manually, if you wish Who We Are We are an anonymous support group for people with mood disorders , and their families and friends, in the northwest corner of Connecticut, USA. The DBSA of NW CT Support Group meets every Thursday night (rain or shine, holidays included!), in the Small Dining Room (next to the Cafeteria) at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (Need directions?) Everyone whose life is affected by depression or bipolar disorder (manic-depression) is invited! Special Information Once a month, usually on the 3rd Thursday, we invite a speaker . Generally, these are professionals in the field of psychiatry, medicine, or counseling, such as neuropsychopharmacologists (whew!), social workers, authors, grief counselors, nutrition experts, etc. Questions?

57. EMedicine - Mood Disorder: Bipolar Disorder : Article By Himanshu P Upadhyaya, M
Despite clinically important differences in the way mood disorders may present in a child or adolescent, particularly behavioral differences, no diagnostic
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Last Updated: December 30, 2003 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

58. Collected Resources : Mood Disorders (including Depression)
mood disorders (including depression). Citations 110 of 152 total displayed. Show mood disorders (including depression) collections from other journals.

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Citations 1-10 of 152 total displayed. Most recent content (17 Apr 2004):
Clinical review
Treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders in patients with cardiovascular disease
Simon J C Davies, Peter R Jackson, John Potokar, and David J Nutt
BMJ 2004;328:939-943 , doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7445.939 [Full text] [PDF]
Past content (since Jan 1998):
Clinical review
Efficacy and safety of antidepressants for children and adolescents
Jon N Jureidini, Christopher J Doecke, Peter R Mansfield, Michelle M Haby, David B Menkes, and Anne L Tonkin
BMJ 2004;328:879-883 , doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7444.879 [Full text] [PDF]
Risk factors, prevalence, and treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders in Pakistan: systematic review
Ilyas Mirza and Rachel Jenkins
BMJ 2004;328:794 , doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7443.794 [Abstract] [Abridged text] [Abridged PDF] [Full text] ... [PDF]
Education and debate
Effect of maternal mental health on infant growth in low income countries: new evidence from South Asia
Vikram Patel, Atif Rahman, K S Jacob, and Marcus Hughes

59. Mindy M. Brookshire, MS, LCPC
Counseling services including EMDR for trauma survivors and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy for individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder, as well as mood disorders.

60. 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)

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