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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Pharmacotherapy for Mood, Anxiety, and Cognitive Disorders by Stuart A. Montgomery, Halbreich Uriel, 2000-04
  2. Mood Disorders: Complete Series (DVD)

141. BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: Mood Disorder
to as affective disorders is persistent or episodic exaggeration of mood state. mood Episodes Major Depressive Episode
Mood Disorder
The essential feature of these mental disorders also referred to as affective disorders is persistent or episodic exaggeration of mood state. American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Association, 1994 Books and Other Media:
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142. I Moved!!!
Includes details on depression, social phobia, panic disorder, PTSD, OCD, GAD, new treatments and research from the Emory University.

143. Psychoneuroendocrinology
Describes current research studies for mood and dual diagnosis disorders at Southwestern Medical in Dallas, Texas.
Dual Diagnosis Research Helpful Definitions Participate In Our Studies Contact Us The Psychoneuroendocrine Research Program (PRP), under the direction of E. Sherwood Brown Ph.D., M.D., assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas at Dallas Southwestern Medical Center, is engaged in research in two main areas: corticosteroids and secondary mood disorders and dual diagnosis. Corticosteroids and secondary mood disorders: The first area of emphasis is corticosteroids and secondary mood disorders. Secondary mood disorders occur in people with medical illnesses who may be taking medications that affect mood or brain functioning. Dual Diagnosis: The second area of interest is dual diagnosis patients. These are persons with mood or other psychiatric disorders in addition to drug and/or alcohol abuse. Studies On these pages you will find information about the studies the PRP is currently working on, as well as instructions on how to contact us if you would like more information.

144. Understanding Childhood Disease
Pamphlet identifying common childhood disorders such as mood, anziety, ADD/ADHD, and autisim.
Understanding Childhood Disorders
types of childhood disorders
B ecause of the seemingly carefree nature of their lives, children have been thought not to suffer from mental and emotional disorders. However, studies have indicated that children do, in fact, suffer from disorders typically thought to occur only in adults. Learning and conduct disorders, substance abuse, conditions such as autism and depression, and suicide are common in our young population. When children develop mental or emotional disorders, parents often blame themselves. But childhood disorders are likely caused by a combination of many factors. It is important to recognize the problem and seek treatment as soon as possible. Often these conditions can be treated effectively, allowing our children to grow into happy, productive adults.
Types of childhood disorders.
    Recognizing and understanding some of the disorders common in children is the first step.
    Mood Disorders.
    Major depression, manic depressive disorder (also called bipolar disorder) and mania are disorders which cause change in a child's mood. Depression is considered to be the most common mental disorder. It is often mistaken for "the blues" and therefore goes untreated. Depression is caused by a number of factors, from chemical imbalances to environmental influences to genetics. Major depression causes people to feel hopeless, exhausted and useless. More than changes in mood, major depression can cause problems with sleep, appetite, self-esteem, daily activities and physical health.

145. Many Chronic Tension Headache Patients May Have Mood Or Anxiety Disorders
Doctor's Guide article reports on Ohio University headache study.
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Title: Many Chronic Tension Headache Patients May Have Mood Or Anxiety Disorders
Doctor's Guide
June 29, 1998
SAN FRANCISCO, CA June 29, 1998 A new Ohio University study of 245 chronic tension headache sufferers suggests that nearly half of the people who suffer from this illness also may have a mood or anxiety disorder, an important finding for physicians treating patients with the problem.
Researchers found that 45 percent of study participants reported they felt depressed, hopeless or anxious nearly every day, according to the study's lead author Gay Lipchik, an assistant research professor in psychology and a project manager for the National Institutes of Health study.
The research was presented Saturday at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Headache in San Francisco.
"Almost half of our participants meet criteria for a mood or anxiety disorder and often times this goes overlooked in treatment," Lipchik said. "Initially, this wasn't part of our grant, but research suggests many people with chronic pain often are depressed and it's certainly something you want to consider when prescribing treatment."
Researchers weren't able to determine if the psychological problems preceded the onset of the chronic tension headaches or if they were caused by the headaches, Lipchik said, adding that many of the patients have had headaches for so long, they couldn't recall which came first.

146. NIMH - DIRP Mood & Anxiety Disorders Programs Homepage
Treatment trials for outpatients and inpatients for depression, bipolar, panic, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD for children and adults.
Mission Statement
Program Director Clinical Research Opportunities Program Faculty ... Information for Clinicians The staff of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (MAP) would like to extend a warm welcome to you. We are excited about our clinical research program and look forward to interfacing with the public, mental health professionals, and fellow researchers from around the world. Our mission is to combine vigorous scientific standards with a multi-perspective approach so that we can move forward in the search for the underlying causes of mood and anxiety disorders and develop new treatments. Our website will inform you about our current research projects and provide information about our mission and our staff. We hope you find our website informative and helpful. If while browsing you find any problems, please contact our webmaster at
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147. Sleep And Health
A resource dedicated to advancing the public's knowledge of sleep disorders, alertness, mood, performance and other health related issues.

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148. Mood Shifts ...a Mental Health Book Store And Library
Books on mental health issues, stories, resources and workbooks. Manic depression, bipolar disorder, depression, ECT, panic attacks, eating disorders, and other mental health subjects.
M ood Shifts is a album of some of the highest regarded and most popular books on mental health
for patients, family and friends, students, medial specialists and anyone truly concerned in the mental health field. Education is power... the power to dim stigma and to change our world from ourselves outward...
To keep inform is to never give up... to keep fighting until the answers are more clear
...the miracle of a cure is found, the understanding of a loved one better....
quickie poll *If you would like to see more information on any of these books,
or, you would like to purchase one,
simply click onto the book or the title of the book, (whichever is shown) Touched With Fire , Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament. Kay Redfield Jamison. This book informs it's readers of the biological foundations of manic depression and then relates it to artists who have the illness as well. Just a few of the artists in this book include, Byron, Van Gogh, Schumann and Woolf. It is 400 pages long and it is published by Macmillian Publishing 20% off!
Everything You Need to Know about Anger
Renora Licata. Synopsis Discusses the causes of anger and its ill effects on people, as well as ways to control it.

149. Website Of The Advanced Center For Intervention And Services Research (ACISR)
Supports treatment and research aimed at improving the lives of youth with earlyonset mood and anxiety disorders. Information for families, clinicians, and researchers. A NIMH Funded Center Website Of The Advanced Center for Intervention and Services Research (ACISR) FOR FAMILIES

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Click here if this is an emergency. Welcome to! In the News... Boris Birmaher, M.D. and David Axelson, M.D. , two researchers at the Center will be receiving the 2004 Esprit Ellen Frank Psychiatric Research Award at the Mental Health Association of Allegheny County's Award Luncheon on Friday, April 30th.
The award is named after Dr. Ellen Frank, who is the first person who received it, and is being given to Drs. Birmaher and Axelson on behalf of the work they've done with children and adolescents in the field of mental health.
Dr. David Brent named to 1st suicide studies endowed chair at the University of Pittsburgh. Click here for the article.
Dr. David Brent says that awareness of an increased risk can be a "a wake-up call" for the family members of suicide victims. For more on this story that recently appeared in the New York Times, click here Recent Center Events Treating Children, Helping Families -

150. Sleep And Health Newspaper
Dedicated to advancing the public's knowledge of sleep disorders, alertness, mood, performance and other health related issues.
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151. -- Online Catalog: Bipolar Disorders
Covers diagnosis, family life, medications, talk therapies, other interventions (improving sleep patterns, diet, preventing seasonal mood swings), insurance, and school.

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Bipolar Disorders
By  Mitzi Waltz
January 2000
Series: Patient-Centered Guide
ISBN: 1-56592-656-0 458 pages, $24.95 US, $36.95 CA Buy from O'Reilly: Buy Online at: select a store O'Reilly Bookpool Borders Digital Guru Foyles PC Bookshop (UK) Powell's Quantum Readme.doc Reiter's San Diego Technical Books Softpro Stacey's A million children and adolescents in the United States may have childhood-onset bipolar disorder, including an estimated 23 percent of those currently diagnosed with ADHD.

152. PsychCanada
Information about mood and anxiety disorders.

153. Psychiatric Uses Of Lamotrigine
Information on the use of lamotrigine as a treatment for mood and other psychiatric disorders. Includes a reference list.

154. Bipolar II, Mood Swings Without Mania; Brain Tours; Stress And
This doesn t look at all like manicdepression , just big mood and energy swings. Bipolar II is an official diagnosis in the Bipolar disorders group.

155. Carl Young, M.D.
Psychiatrist with an expertise in the psychopharmacologic treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in Dallas, Texas offer patient handouts and clinic information.

156. Home Page
Treatment for adults and senior adults mood, anxiety, addiction disorders. Naples, FL
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Individualized and Confidential care using a variety of medical and psychotherapeutic modalities
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Specialties *Adult and Senior Adult Psychiatry
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157. The Laboratory For Developmental Neuroscience
Dedicated to studying the molecular basis of pediatric onset neuropsychiatric disorders. Now working with collaborators on the molecular genetics of autism, attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder, childhood onset obsessive-compulsive disorder, stuttering, adolescent depression, and pediatric and early onset bipolar mood disorder.
The Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience
  • Edwin H. Cook, Jr., M.D., Lab Director, Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Human Genetics; Committees on Genetics, Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics, Molecular Medicine Bennett L. Leventhal, M.D., Irving B. Harris Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics
The Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience is dedicated to studying the molecular genetics of pediatric onset neuropsychiatric disorders. We use neurochemical and molecular genetic research tools to develop new knowledge that may lead to improvement in clinical pharmacology. We began as an HPLC lab studying the relationship between hyperserotonemia and autistic disorder. We are now working with collaborators on molecular genetic studies of autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, childhood onset obsessive-compulsive disorder, stuttering, adolescent depression, and pediatric and early onset bipolar mood disorder. New Laboratory protocols

158. EMedicine - Substance-Induced Mood Disorder, Depressed Type : Article By Maureen
One study used the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental disorders, Third Edition (DSMIII) category of organic mood disorder, depressed type
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Last Updated: April 14, 2004 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: drug-induced depression, substance-induced depression, drug-related depression, organic depression, major depressive disorder, MDD, minor depression, depressive spectrum disorder, organic mood syndrome, chemically induced depression, depressive illnesses, dysthymia, suicide AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 9 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: Maureen C Nash, MD , Physician, Instructor, Departments of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School Coauthor(s): Bradley V Watts, MD , Program Director of Combined Medicine and Psychiatry Residency, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School Maureen C Nash, MD, is a member of the following medical societies:

159. Home Page
Offers counseling and psychotherapy treatment, consultation and training. Specializes in grief, trauma, CISM/CISD, mood, anxiety, adjustment disorders, and premarital and Christian counseling.
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160. Welcome To CANMAT
Information about anxiety, depression and bipolar disorders for the health professional and the general public.
Members affiliated with: University of Alberta Laval University University of Sherbrooke University of British Columbia University of Manitoba University of Toronto University of Calgary University of Ottawa University of Western Ontario Dalhousie University University of Saskatchewan
Please note that the information contained in this website is provided for educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical care. Please consult your physician if you have any concerns about your mental health. While great effort has been taken to assure the accuracy of the information featured on this website, the Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments and others contributing to the preparation of this website cannot accept liability for errors, omissions or any consequences arising from the use of the information. Since this document is not intended to replace other prescribing information, physicians are urged to consult the manufacturers' and other available drug information literature before prescribing. You are visitor number:
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