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(viewing 11 - 15 of 24)Depression and Bipolar Disorder Information
Black Dog Institute is a clinical, research and educational institute based in New South Wales, Australia. BDI is dedicated to improving understanding, diagnosis and treatment of depression and bipolar disorder. This site contains thorough but accessible material about depression and bipolar disorder including symptoms, treatments, frequently asked questions, fact sheets and how to help. The site also includes recent news and research and a section for clinicians.Overcome Depression
This site contains over 80 helpful articles on Depression, including symptoms, causes and treatments (medication, therapy, self-management, and more). The articles are well written and comprehensive, yet easy to understand and digest. The material covers all types of depression and bipolar disorder (manic depression) and also provides tips for family/friends of someone with one of the disorders. Users can sign up to receive a free monthly newsletter as well.Genes to Cognition Online
Genes to Cognition (G2C) Online is about modern neuroscience. It focuses on cognitive disorders, cognitive processes, and research approaches. Readers can use the dynamic network maps to explore the library of 750+ unique items. They can also use the linear Selected Items menu on top of each map to tour selected content. Disorders covered include ADHD, Alzheimer's Disease, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Schizophrenia. Topics within each area include genes, biochemicals, cells, brain anatomy, cognition, and environment and include research articles, videos, glossary terms, and more. A very in-depth and thorough resource that is definitely worth checking out!MoodGYM
MoodGYM is a web program designed to prevent depression. It consists of five modules, an interactive game, anxiety and depression assessments, downloadable relaxation audio, a workbook and feedback assessment. MoodGYM was designed and developed by staff at the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University. The program and site is free to the public. Definitely worth checking out!Major Depressive Disorder
This page of the Mayo Clinic website provides an overview of Major Depressive Disorder including symptoms, causes, risk factors, treatment methods, prevention, and coping and support tools. They provide questions and answers, videos, resources, and more on the topic. The material is well-written and thorough, yet easy to read and understand.