Depression



  • BluePages
    BluePages provides information on treatments for depression based on the latest scientific evidence. BluePages also offers screening tests for depression and anxiety, a depression search engine, and links to other helpful resources.
    http://bluepages.anu.edu.au

  • Learning to Overcome Depression
    http://www.kpchr.org/feelbetter
    Thank you for your interest in our online program for overcoming depression. Unfortunately, this program -- written in 1999 -- is now too vulnerable to malicious internet security attacks. We do not currently have the resources to recreate it using modern programming standards. Therefore, we have unhappily had to shut it down. Please check back periodically. We hope to restore this website if we can find funding for a modern reprogramming. As an alternative, consider the MoodGym website:
    http://moodgym.anu.edu.au/welcome. This offers a similar CBT approach to overcoming depression. Thank you - Greg Clarke
    http://www.kpchr.org/feelbetter

  • Resource for those living with depressed males
    To Our Colleagues in Personnel. This monthly "resource tool" is on resources for those living with depressed males

    Attached File:
    1007_LinkCareTo_our_Colleagues_in_Personnel.htm

  • moodgym Training Program
    Learn cognitive behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with
    depression
    http://moodgym.anu.edu.au

  • Headaches and Migraines
    Find (and Avoid) Your Headache Triggers and identify common causes of tension headaches such as anger, anxiety, even poor posture. To find out more about what triggers headaches go to migranes and click on the forward arrow to read all six steps

  • What Do You Need To Know About Antidepressants?
    Can I stop taking my antidepression medicine when I start feeling better? How long does it take to feel better? What are the side effects?  To find the answers to these questions and more click on taking medications safely

  • Dry Mouth and Medication
    Taking medications for mental health issues can often result in dry mouth problems.  To read more about dealing with dry mouth problems and the reasons for it go to slide show.

  • Depression Returns After Stopping Treatment
    Say you stopped your depression treatment only to realize it was a bad decision?  Click on why people stop depression treatment.

  • Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk About God's Deliverance
    Are you buried in spirit-deadening anger, heartbreaking desperation, or mind-numbing confusion? Beth Moore understands because she's been there. In this personal book inspired by Psalm 40, she shares the lessons she learned as a former "pit-dweller" and encourages you to lift your eyes, voice, and hands to the only Power who can help! Includes chapter-by-chapter study guide for personal use or small group usage.
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  • What are You Worried About
    There are many uncertainties in the world and things that can result in worry in anxiety.  What does it mean to, “fear not” and “all things work together for good?”  Often these words are used indiscriminately and without sensitivity to the person at whom they are directed.  To deal with your own worries and how to help someone else request the study guide entitled, “The Worry Addiction,” by writing john.leverington(at)gmail.com

  • New Finding on Effective Anxiety Treatment
    Researchers have pinpointed the action of a particular brain chemical in a specific area of the brain as key in regulating anxiety.  “We hope our finding will help pave the way for developing more selective treatments for anxiety disorders,” says Dr. Janet Menard.  Dr. Menard’s new anxiety regulation findings were published in a recent issue of Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior.

  • Teenage Depression
    One in 20 teens suffer from depression. It is a serious disorder that deserves serious attention. The difficulty is that there is a lot of misinformation about what depression looks like in teens.  To read more go to Four Facts about teenage depression

  • Medication Lowers Suicide Risk
    Twenty-seven years of follow-up data from a typical patient population show that antidepressants reduce risk for suicide attempts and deaths.  New study by Leon AC et al. Antidepressants and risks of suicide and suicide attempts: A 27-year observational study. J Clin Psychiatry 2011 May; 72:580.   To read a summary of the research go to psychiatric news.

  • You Never Let Go
    Jeremy Camp sings a great rendition of this song on the new album entitled We Cry Out – The Worship Album. 

  • THE FREEDOM CLIMB - International
    God planted within the heart of OM's Cathey Anderson the idea to bring together ordinary women from all over the world to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. The women's goal would be to bring awareness and funding to combat oppression, exploitation and global trafficking.
    Cathey, who works with OM USA Donor Relations, says the climb is expected to take place during January 2012. "We have just begun the process of inviting women with influence and passion for the purpose to join us. We'd like to have no more than 35 do the actual climb, but we are encouraging more to hold what we call a 'Freedom Climb' event, and asking each woman who climbs to have a group of women at home doing their own Freedom Climb event.
    For more information contact the http://www.uk.om.org/contact-us.html

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