Mood Disorder Resources available at the Center for Disability Resources Library


To check out any of the materials listed, please contact:
Steven Wilson
Phone: 803-216-3206
Email: steve.wilson@uscmed.sc.edu
Web site: http://uscm.med.sc.edu/CDR



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Depression

Bipolar Disorder

 

Depression

How you can survive when they're depressed: Living and coping with depression fallout. Anne Sheffield. New York: Harmony Books, c1998. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 171 S542 1998.

Is it in your genes?: The influence of genes on common disorders and diseases that affect you and your family. Philip R. Reilly. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, c2004. Call number: Disabilities-FAM QZ 50 R362i 2004.

The mind (video). WNET/New York in association with BBC, Alexandria, Va.: PBS Video, c1988. Call number: Disabilities-AV WL 300 M663 1988 pt.6.

-Television series that explores the way science has looked into the mind throughout history - from psychoanalysis to neuroscience.  Part Six deals with depression.  1 VHS cassette, 60 minutes.

The mind/the brain (video). Producer, WNET/Thirteen, New York. 1988. Call number: Disabilities-AV BF 161 M663 1988 pt.9.

-Consists of selected and edited programs from two different television series, The Brain and The Mind, which examine various functions of the brain and explore the way science has attempted to answer questions about the mind.  Part Nine deals with depression.  1 VHS cassette, 30 minutes.

Raising a moody child: How to cope with depression and bipolar disorder . Mary A. Fristad, Jill S. Goldberg Arnold. New York: Guilford Press, c2004. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 F917r 2004.

Transforming madness: new lives for people living with mental illness . Jay Neugeboren. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001 printing. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 29 N484t 2001.

-A book for general readers and professionals alike, Transforming Madness is a critique, a message of hope and recovery, and a call to action. Filled with dramatic stories, it shows us the many ways in which people who have suffered the longterm ravages of psychiatric disorders have reclaimed full and viable lives.

Understanding and treating borderline personality disorder: A guide for professionals and families. ed. John G. Gunderson, Perry D. Hoffman; in collaboration with Penny Steiner-Grossman, Patricia Woodward. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Pub, 2005. Call number: Disabilities- FAM WM 190 U545 2005.

-Above all, this book is about the partnership between mental health professionals and families affected by borderline personality disorder, and about how such a partnership can advance our understanding and treatment for this disorder and provide hope for the future.

When someone you love has a mental illness : A handbook for family, friends, and caregivers. Rebecca Woolis; foreword by Agnes B. Hatfield. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, c2003.Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 40 W913w 2003.

-This revised and updated edition offers exciting and vital current information about recovery from mental illness and substance abuse while addressing short-term, daily problems of living with a person who has a mental illness, as well as long-term planning and care.

 

Bipolar Disorder

The bipolar child: The definitive and reassuring guide to childhood's most misunderstood disorder. Demitri F. Papolos and Janice Papolos. New York: Broadway Books, c2002. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 P218b 2002.

The bipolar child: The definitive and reassuring guide to childhood's most misunderstood disorder, 3rd Ed.. Demitri Papolos and Janice Papolos. New York: Broadway Books, 2006. Edition 3rd ed. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 P218b 2006

-Presents a comprehensive view of early-onset bipolar disorder, focusing on how this complicated illness evolves in children.

The bipolar disorder survival guide: What you and your family need to know. David J. Miklowitz. New York: Guilford Press, c2002. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 M636 2002.

The bipolar handbook: Real-life questions with up-to-date answers. Wes Burgess. New York, NY: Penguin Group, 2006. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 B955b 2006.                                     -This handbook answers real questions posed to Dr. Burgess by patients and families over the twenty years he has worked as a bipolar specialist.

Embracing the monster: Overcoming the Challenges of Hidden Disabilities. Veronica Crawford. Baltimore: P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., c2002. Call number: Disabilities- FAM LC 4818.5 C899e 2002.

-What's it like to live with hidden disabilities? Through the author's struggles in all aspects of her life, you'll gain insight into the emotional turmoil of living with hidden disabilities and be inspired by her abilities to confront and accept them.

Is it in your genes?: The influence of genes on common disorders and diseases that affect you and your family. Philip R. Reilly. Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, c2004. Call number: Disabilities-FAM QZ 50 R362i 2004.

Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger's, Tourette's, Bipolar, and More!: The One Stop Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Other Professionals. Martin L. Kutscher. London; Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley, 2005. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 350.8 .A8 K97k 2005.

-Dr. Kutscher provides information on causes, symptoms, interactions with other conditions, and treatments. He presents behavioral strategies for responding to children who display traits of these disorders along with case vignettes and practical tips.

Living with Bipolar Disorder: a guide for patients and their families.[Indianapolis, Indiana] Eli Lilly & Co., c2007. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 L585 2007.

Raising a moody child: How to cope with depression and bipolar disorder. Mary A. Fristad, Jill S. Goldberg Arnold. New York: Guilford Press, c2004. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 F917r 2004.

Surviving manic depression: a manual on bipolar disorder for patients, families, and providers . E. Fuller Torrey and Michael B. Knable. New York: Basic Books, c2002. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 207 T694 2002.

-A lucid, thorough guide to every aspect of living with bipolar disorder, this book covers symptoms, treatment and advocacy.

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