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Depression

Challenges in Treating Late-Life Depression

Online article.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p960117.html

Clinical Depression in Children and Adolescents

"We often use the word "depression" to describe an occasional sad or blue mood. Clinical depression, however, is not a passing mood. It is an illness that can affect every aspect of a person's life. And although we may think of clinical depression as an adult's disease, it can also affect children and adolescents."
http://www.hchp.org/html/clinpubs/fs-615.htm

Cyclothymia

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md03.html

Depression

A very comprehensive guide to self-help resources from Mental Health Net.
http://www.cmhc.com/guide/depress.htm

Depression Alliance

Depression Alliance is the largest charity in Britain that is run by and for sufferers of depression and their carers. We have at present about 3000 members and 60 self-help groups in the UK, publish a quarterly newsletter, and run a penfriend scheme. Until April 1995 we were called `Depressives Associated'. We responded to 32,000 requests for information in 1995.
http://www.gn.apc.org/da/

Depression, Anxiety and Mental Health

Information on how to cope with the anxiety and depression associated with HIV and AIDS. As well as self-help techniques and advice on drugs the site also includes caregiver support.
http://www.thebody.com/mental.html

Depression: Effective Treatments Are Available

A leaflet from the US National Institute of Mental Health on the incidence, causes, and recognition of depression and mania and on available treatments.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/effect.htm

Depression and Mental Health Links

Compiled by Tina M. Wood.
http://drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu/~maire/depress.html

Depression and Mental Health Sources on the Internet

An extensive index of resources on depression including links to newsgroups and mailing lists. Incorporates an impressive list of personal home pages focusing on depression and other mood disorders, as well as general mental health.
http://stripe.colorado.edu/~judy/depression/

Depression Resources on the Web

This page is designed specifically for people who are depressed, are trying to deal with and understand their depressions, and are looking for information on how to overcome their depression.
http://www.cs.unc.edu./~bedi/guru.html

Documents Concerning Depression

Links to the main Newsgroups dealing with depression.
http://www.blarg.com/~charlatn/depression/resources.html

Dr. Ivan's DEPRESSION CENTRAL

"This site is Internet's central clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders."
http://www.psycom.net/depression.central.html

Dysthymia

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md04.html

Eclipse: Depression & Manic Depression Support

Index of links to resources on general mental health and depression; information about books on depression written by depressives and information on activities of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
http://www.bfree.on.ca/comdir/medical/eclipse/eclplink.htm

Epidemiology of Affective Disorders

http://psy.utmb.edu/disorder/mood/epidem/rmah1.htm

A Guide to Understanding Depression vs. Sadness

How do you know when what you are experiencing is just a bad day or something more serious? We all have our ups and downs depending on how our day or week is going. The transition from bad day to rut to clinical depression can be gradual and leave even the strongest person thinking, "What is wrong with me? I just have to try harder! Why am I so lazy? Why can't I get out of bed?"
http://www.dartmouth.edu./community/chd/DepVSad.html

Index of Depression Information

"Clinical depression is a very serious and often misunderstood illness that kills or incapacitates thousands of people every year. Like many others who suffer from it, it took me literally years to come to terms with the fact that it is a disease (as opposed to simple laziness or apathy on my part) and to unlearn all of the myths and misinformation floating around out there.I'm providing these links for those of you who are suffering from depression or know someone who is. Once you get the facts straight, the disease can be beaten with medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes (or a combination of these)."
http://malkuth.sephiroth.org/depression.html

An Informational Guide to Understanding Depression

Information provided by the DART Program of the National Institute of Mental Health. Prepared by SOUNDPRINT.
http://soundprint.org/~soundprt/more_info/depress_readlist.html

Infoseek's Depression Links

http://guide-p.infoseek.com/Health/Mental_health/Depression/

Let's Talk About Depression

Brochure from the National Institute of Mental Health.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/letstalk.htm

Major Depression

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md01.html

Neuropsychiatric Assessment and Treatment of Geriatric Depression

Online article.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p950529.html

New Treatments for Depression

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/meded/webupdate/ballinger/ballinger.htm#home

ODST

The Online Depression Screening Test - SUNY.
http://www.med.nyu.edu/Psych/screens/depres.html

Plain Talk About...Depression

Article from the National Institute of Mental Health that discusses the incidence and symptoms of depression and bipolar disorder, as well as the steps involved in diagnosing and treating depressive disorders. Includes list of organizations offering further information and assistance.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/ptdep.htm

Psychobiology of Affective Disorders

http://w3socpsy.med.rug.nl/@?docs/depress.htm

St.-John's-Wort Evaluated as Herbal Antidepressant

Online article from the Psychiatric Times.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p961058.html

Stop-Depression Center at the Institute of T-Analysis International

Here (the author claims) you can find lasting solutions for: depression, dysthymia, dysthymic disorder, mood disorders, deep sorrow, grief, bereavement, deep-seated pain, or any other name you wish to call your treatment requiring problems of emotional trauma, high le vels of stress, exhaustion, anxiety, fears, despair, or simply being low, blue, sad, insane, stressed out, panicky, anxious, fearful, tired, exhausted and/or depressed.
http://www.itai.com/stopdepression/

Teaching Primary Care Physicians About Depression

Online article from the Psychiatric Times.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p950528.html

The Tomatis Method

The Tomatis® Method is in no way a substitute for medical or psychiatric care but it can help to reduce the symptoms of depression and be a valuable aid to psychotherapy. Ron Minson, a psychiatrist and the director of The Center for InnerChange in Denver has used the Tomatis Method for several years and describes how it helps the process of psychotherapy. Several studies on anxiety and depression conducted in South Africa at the University of Potchefstroom back up his views.
http://tomatis.com/depression.html

Treatment Strategies for Depression

http://www.mhsource.com/advocacy/narsad/anti-d.html

The Uni/Bipolar Disorders Page

Annotated index of newsgroups and mailing lists that focus on depression and other mood disorders and general mental health sites.
http://www.duke.edu/~ntd/depression.html

An Update on Postpartum Mood Disorders

CME Credit.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p961028.html

What is Depression (and what is it not)?

A personal view.
http://members.aol.com/depress/whatis.htm

Why Don't I Feel Good? --Understanding Depression

Information resource with an online form for requesting help or further information from the Mental Health Association of Metropolitan Atlanta.
http://www.mhama.org/depress.htm

Yahoo's Mood Disorders Links

http://www.yahoo.com/Health/Mental_Health/Diseases_and_Conditions/
Mood_Disorders/

 


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Depression

Challenges in Treating Late-Life Depression

Online article.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p960117.html

Clinical Depression in Children and Adolescents

"We often use the word "depression" to describe an occasional sad or blue mood. Clinical depression, however, is not a passing mood. It is an illness that can affect every aspect of a person's life. And although we may think of clinical depression as an adult's disease, it can also affect children and adolescents."
http://www.hchp.org/html/clinpubs/fs-615.htm

Cyclothymia

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md03.html

Depression

A very comprehensive guide to self-help resources from Mental Health Net.
http://www.cmhc.com/guide/depress.htm

Depression Alliance

Depression Alliance is the largest charity in Britain that is run by and for sufferers of depression and their carers. We have at present about 3000 members and 60 self-help groups in the UK, publish a quarterly newsletter, and run a penfriend scheme. Until April 1995 we were called `Depressives Associated'. We responded to 32,000 requests for information in 1995.
http://www.gn.apc.org/da/

Depression, Anxiety and Mental Health

Information on how to cope with the anxiety and depression associated with HIV and AIDS. As well as self-help techniques and advice on drugs the site also includes caregiver support.
http://www.thebody.com/mental.html

Depression: Effective Treatments Are Available

A leaflet from the US National Institute of Mental Health on the incidence, causes, and recognition of depression and mania and on available treatments.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/effect.htm

Depression and Mental Health Links

Compiled by Tina M. Wood.
http://drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu/~maire/depress.html

Depression and Mental Health Sources on the Internet

An extensive index of resources on depression including links to newsgroups and mailing lists. Incorporates an impressive list of personal home pages focusing on depression and other mood disorders, as well as general mental health.
http://stripe.colorado.edu/~judy/depression/

Depression Resources on the Web

This page is designed specifically for people who are depressed, are trying to deal with and understand their depressions, and are looking for information on how to overcome their depression.
http://www.cs.unc.edu./~bedi/guru.html

Documents Concerning Depression

Links to the main Newsgroups dealing with depression.
http://www.blarg.com/~charlatn/depression/resources.html

Dr. Ivan's DEPRESSION CENTRAL

"This site is Internet's central clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders."
http://www.psycom.net/depression.central.html

Dysthymia

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md04.html

Eclipse: Depression & Manic Depression Support

Index of links to resources on general mental health and depression; information about books on depression written by depressives and information on activities of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
http://www.bfree.on.ca/comdir/medical/eclipse/eclplink.htm

Epidemiology of Affective Disorders

http://psy.utmb.edu/disorder/mood/epidem/rmah1.htm

A Guide to Understanding Depression vs. Sadness

How do you know when what you are experiencing is just a bad day or something more serious? We all have our ups and downs depending on how our day or week is going. The transition from bad day to rut to clinical depression can be gradual and leave even the strongest person thinking, "What is wrong with me? I just have to try harder! Why am I so lazy? Why can't I get out of bed?"
http://www.dartmouth.edu./community/chd/DepVSad.html

Index of Depression Information

"Clinical depression is a very serious and often misunderstood illness that kills or incapacitates thousands of people every year. Like many others who suffer from it, it took me literally years to come to terms with the fact that it is a disease (as opposed to simple laziness or apathy on my part) and to unlearn all of the myths and misinformation floating around out there.I'm providing these links for those of you who are suffering from depression or know someone who is. Once you get the facts straight, the disease can be beaten with medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes (or a combination of these)."
http://malkuth.sephiroth.org/depression.html

An Informational Guide to Understanding Depression

Information provided by the DART Program of the National Institute of Mental Health. Prepared by SOUNDPRINT.
http://soundprint.org/~soundprt/more_info/depress_readlist.html

Infoseek's Depression Links

http://guide-p.infoseek.com/Health/Mental_health/Depression/

Let's Talk About Depression

Brochure from the National Institute of Mental Health.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/letstalk.htm

Major Depression

http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-md01.html

Neuropsychiatric Assessment and Treatment of Geriatric Depression

Online article.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p950529.html

New Treatments for Depression

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/meded/webupdate/ballinger/ballinger.htm#home

ODST

The Online Depression Screening Test - SUNY.
http://www.med.nyu.edu/Psych/screens/depres.html

Plain Talk About...Depression

Article from the National Institute of Mental Health that discusses the incidence and symptoms of depression and bipolar disorder, as well as the steps involved in diagnosing and treating depressive disorders. Includes list of organizations offering further information and assistance.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/ptdep.htm

Psychobiology of Affective Disorders

http://w3socpsy.med.rug.nl/@?docs/depress.htm

St.-John's-Wort Evaluated as Herbal Antidepressant

Online article from the Psychiatric Times.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p961058.html

Stop-Depression Center at the Institute of T-Analysis International

Here (the author claims) you can find lasting solutions for: depression, dysthymia, dysthymic disorder, mood disorders, deep sorrow, grief, bereavement, deep-seated pain, or any other name you wish to call your treatment requiring problems of emotional trauma, high le vels of stress, exhaustion, anxiety, fears, despair, or simply being low, blue, sad, insane, stressed out, panicky, anxious, fearful, tired, exhausted and/or depressed.
http://www.itai.com/stopdepression/

Teaching Primary Care Physicians About Depression

Online article from the Psychiatric Times.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p950528.html

The Tomatis Method

The Tomatis® Method is in no way a substitute for medical or psychiatric care but it can help to reduce the symptoms of depression and be a valuable aid to psychotherapy. Ron Minson, a psychiatrist and the director of The Center for InnerChange in Denver has used the Tomatis Method for several years and describes how it helps the process of psychotherapy. Several studies on anxiety and depression conducted in South Africa at the University of Potchefstroom back up his views.
http://tomatis.com/depression.html

Treatment Strategies for Depression

http://www.mhsource.com/advocacy/narsad/anti-d.html

The Uni/Bipolar Disorders Page

Annotated index of newsgroups and mailing lists that focus on depression and other mood disorders and general mental health sites.
http://www.duke.edu/~ntd/depression.html

An Update on Postpartum Mood Disorders

CME Credit.
http://www.mhsource.com/edu/psytimes/p961028.html

What is Depression (and what is it not)?

A personal view.
http://members.aol.com/depress/whatis.htm

Why Don't I Feel Good? --Understanding Depression

Information resource with an online form for requesting help or further information from the Mental Health Association of Metropolitan Atlanta.
http://www.mhama.org/depress.htm

Yahoo's Mood Disorders Links

http://www.yahoo.com/Health/Mental_Health/Diseases_and_Conditions/
Mood_Disorders/

 


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