A Depression Information and Treatment GuideTop Rated Our own guide to depression, featuring a wealth of articles detailing information about this disorder, the symptoms commonly associated with it, and the treatments currently available. We offer informative articles, a depression quiz, and a support forum where you can anonymously read and contribute in a caring community.
Depression affects millions of Americans each year, yet many people still do not recognize it as a treatable disorder. Depression can be treated with psychotherapy and pharmaceutical medications. You can learn more about depression by starting here. Preview Website -
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Alcohol and Depression Dr. Martin's article on alcoholism states how there are common signs between alcoholism and major depression. Alcohol, according to Dr. Martin, is a depression-causing drug.
Listed in this article are many things to know about how alcoholism and depression are comorbid, or related to each other. Preview Website -
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Centre for Emotional Well-BeingTop Rated “Resources for Emotional Well-being” is written by Health Psychologist Talia Mana. It is a collection of articles on a variety of topics from anxiety to professional writing. There is a real pop-psychology flavour to Talia’s blog and Talia has an easy-flowing writing style, suited particularly to casual and consumer readers, however professionals are likely to find inspiration in the scope of topics Talia covers in her blog. In blogging terms, “Resources for Emotional Well-being” is young, its archives stretching back only to July 2006. Preview Website -
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Coping with the Loss of a Spouse Having a spouse die is a horrible, and traumatic event in a person's life. While a person probably never can completely cope with the loss of a spouse, Dr. Martin shows some simple and easy to understand steps that can help. Preview Website -
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Dealing with the Depths of Depression How can a person deal with depression? Many claim that they have depression, however; the "depression" many have is usually just an occasional sadness.
Depression profoundly impairs a persons ability to concentrate, sleep, eat and feel happy. To find out more on how to deal with it, click on the link. Preview Website -
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Depression Boards - a Lighter BlueTop Rated A friendly and supportive community for the discussion of problems related to mental health issues. Not all forums are public or searchable. Registration is required for full access. Without registration, you can still see that Depression Boards is a good site to visit! Preview Website -
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Depression in Children and AdolescentsTop Rated Depression in children and adolescents is a huge issue for those who have children or are children themselves. The depression children and adolescents suffer from may not be properly diagnosed. In this article are ways to decide whether or not a person who is not an adult is depressed or not, and reasons why depression is so often misdiagnosed in younger populations. Preview Website -
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Efficacy of Psychotherapy for Depression The American Psychological Association's Division 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology) has compiled some excellent information about the efficacy of psychotherapy for depression. Most notably, users may click on three different types of psychotherapy (behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and interpersonal therapy) to find consumer-friendly summaries of clinical research findings about the relative efficacy of each type. Preview Website -
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Is Depression a Disease?Top Rated A lengthy transcript of an excellent debate between some of the thought leaders in the area of depression and depression theory. Debate participants included Thomas S. Szasz, M.D., Jeffrey A. Schaler, Ph.D., and Ron Leifer, M.D. (on the "No, it's not" side) and Donald F. Klein, M.D., Frederick K. Goodwin, M.D., and Peter Kramer, M.D. (on the "Yes, it is" side). A very interesting read. Preview Website -
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