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. http://psychcentral.com/disorders/depression/ -
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All About DepressionTop Rated A comprehensive site about depression, it's causes, diagnosis, treatment, and more. This site is newly updated with additional features including a discussion board, newsletter, news and research, online assessments and workshops, and book recommendations. http://www.allaboutdepression.com/ -
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Answers to DepressionTop Rated Information on all types of depressive disorders.
An online book entitled, "How to Feel Better" is devoted to people suffering from depression, offering indications on how to feel better, and is
written by a specialist in this illness, Celia Antonini. The site also offers a self test to find out whether you show signs of depression. http://www.answerstodepression.com/ -
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Anxiety, Addiction and Depression TreatmentsTop Rated Known as “Anxiety, Addiction and Depression Treatments”, this community blog accompanies the Treatmentonline website (worthy of its own post!). The purpose of the blog is “to report and comment on the most important news in medication, treatment, psychotherapy, clinical research and other areas of mental health”. The range of topics is diverse including parenting, healthy eating, therapy, mental health treatments in addition to the core anxiety, addiction and depression topics. One of most frequently updated and informative blogs I have come across in Psychology. http://treatmentonline.com/treatments.php -
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BluePages A new, large information site for consumers detailing everything you'd ever want to know about depression. Includes evidence-based information about medical, psychological & alternative treatments, symptoms, online quiz, resources and a very powerful depression-only multi-site search engine. Compiled by Centre for Mental Health Research, ANU. http://bluepages.anu.edu.au -
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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. http://www.emotionalwellbeingblog.com/ -
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Depressed Like MeTop Rated This thoughtful website provides in-depth articles and information on depression and related disorders (such as chronic depression and manic depression). The articles are well-written and easy to read.
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Shocked! is an informative, if biased, view of this treatment modality often (and once in a while, appropriately) used in the treatment of severe, chronic major depression. But, as this Web site correctly points out, there is a lot of misinformation being propegated by ECT proponents and people with an invested interest in the industry. Can be a slow-loading site because of its graphics, but it is very well-designed and a great site to browse and read. http://www.ect.org/ -
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McMan's Depression and Bipolar WebTop Rated More than 100 articles on all aspects of depression and bipolar, plus news, links, newsletter, forum, books, and message boards.
Knowledge is Necessity. Recovery starts with knowledge. I can't emphasize this enough,
In 2004, an editorial in the British Medical Journal cited two Stanford University studies that found that "expert patients" who took the trouble to learn about their illness and took active steps to manage it had much better outcomes than those who did not. "Long live [quite literally, one assumes] expert patients," concluded the editorial.
My name is John McManamy. I am an award-winning mental health journalist and author. I have dedicated the last nine years of my life to researching and writing on depression and bipolar disorder for people like yourself - patients and loved ones. I know where you are coming from. I am also a patient, as well as a loved one..
Here, you will find articles that will give you greater insight into your illness and behaviors and help you make your own choices in your treatment and recovery. Thanks for stopping by. Jump in wherever you like ... http://mcmanweb.com/ -
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The Depression Center The Depression Center is an interactive Web site dedicated to helping those who suffer from Major Depressive Disorder. Their goal is to promote interaction between depression sufferers and healthcare professionals. The site offers free tools such as an interactive depression test and an online support group. http://www.depressioncenter.net/ -
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Wing of Madness: A Depression GuideTop Rated The latest in a long line of excellent depression resources online, this one's focus is on presenting objective information from a woman who has experienced the depths of this disorder. Links, articles, resources, and the usual can be found here, with an emphasis on the biochemical model. http://www.wingofmadness.com/ -
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Autism Speaks Autism Speaks is dedicated to funding global biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and cure for autism; to raising public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families, and society.
The video library mini clips documents symptoms and behaviors associated with pervasive developmental disorders. http://www.autismspeaks.org/ -
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Depression in the Family Families for Depression Awareness helps families recognize and cope with depressive disorders to get people well and prevent suicides. We have resources, podcasts, family profiles and online communities available for helping a loved one with depression. http://www.familyaware.org/ -
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Depression-world.org.uk This site's motto states: "Committed to raising awareness and reducing the stigma of mental health."
Depression-World offers: forums, a user chat room, personal or public (whichever way you would want it) blogs/journals, and e-mail supports with either their professionals or volunteers from the site. http://www.depression-world.org.uk/ -
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Families for Depression AwarenessTop Rated This organization helps people in caregiver roles and people with depressive disorders understand the conditions, reduce stigma, and share issues. The site allows folks order free brochures, read family profiles, access resources, and sign up for free email alerts. http://www.familyaware.org/ -
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Genes to Cognition Online Genes to Cognition (G2C) Online is about modern neuroscience. It focuses on cognitive disorders, cognitive processes, and research approaches and includes 750+ unique items. Six disorders are covered including ADHD, Alzheimer's disease, autism, bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia. http://www.g2conline.org/ -
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iFred iFred, The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression, is an idea and an action plan based on the desire to find out more about why clinical depression happens. iFred's mission is to help support research dedicated to finding solution to the illness, and to support those dealing with depression and to combat the stigma associated with it. http://www.ifred.org/ -
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