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New Diagnostic and Therapeutic Aspects of Bipolar Disorders

3rd Stanley Symposium, Andechs, November 2001 (Neuropsychobiology)

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Published by Not Avail .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacology,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Psychology,
  • Medical / Psychiatry,
  • Psychiatry - General,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJ. Walden (Editor), H. Grunze (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12931528M
    ISBN 103805575491
    ISBN 109783805575492

      As a parent to a child with pediatric bipolar disorder I am constantly in search of new resources that will help ease the day to day digressions, which occur with this roller coaster diagnosis. I am continuously learning new concepts, as I struggle to meet the demanding needs of my child/5.   Descriptive Aspects—issues ranging from how the concept of bipolar disorder has evolved over the years to new information about neurocognitive impairment, creativity and economic productivity, and to discussion of the deliberations of the DSM-V committee on changes in diagnostic categories and : Wiley.

    This book investigates the varied causes of bipolar mood disorders and the establishment of new It contains studies that explore pathophysiological and biological origins. It is for psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists, and others.   Circadian rhythms, our natural hour clocks, are disrupted in bipolar disorder. In addition, people with bipolar disorder seem to be more sensitive to light. One way of treating bipolar disorder is to manipulate the circadian rhythm. This can be achieved with bright light therapy, dark therapy, sleep deprivation, and certain types of.

    Volume 3 in the DSM-5 Diagnostic Interviewing Series provides viewers with clinical interviews of clients with major depressive, persistent depressive, bipolar I, and substance use disorders. These can be complicated diagnoses, sometimes requiring input from medical professionals or significant others in . A Bipolar Disorder story of recovery, remission and success through hard work, determination, lifestyle changes inspired from self-insight. Intensive journaling and writing therapy, exercise, positives changes in diet and nutrition, music, media habits also contributed to Dr. Miller's recovery.


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Descriptive Aspects—issues ranging from how the concept of bipolar disorder has evolved over the years to new information about neurocognitive impairment, creativity and economic productivity, and to discussion of the deliberations of the DSM-V committee on changes in diagnostic categories and criteria.

Handbook of Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorders emphasizes recent controlled studies and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)--approved indications and translates these data into the real world of clinical practice.

The contributions of the eleven chapter authors from Stanford University reflect more than a decade Cited by: The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bipolar Disorder: Using DBT to Regain Control of Your Emotions and Your Life (A New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) Sheri Van Dijk MSW.

Book description. Although the mainstay of bipolar therapy is drug treatment, psychoeducation is a technique that has proven to be very effective as an add-on to medication, helping to reduce the number of all types of bipolar recurrences and : Francesc Colom, Eduard Vieta, Jan Scott.

THROUGH the review of indexed scientific journals in the areas of psychology, psychiatry, neurology and neurosciences, this book describes a general analysis of Bipolar Disorder: its historical aspects, etiology, the course, the prevalence, the most common Comorbid Disorders, the diagnosis and the most commonly used forms of treatment.

The book comprises four sections: Descriptive Aspects—issues ranging from how the concept of bipolar disorder has evolved over the years to new information about neurocognitive impairment, creativity and economic productivity, and to discussion of the deliberations of the DSM-V committee on changes in diagnostic categories and criteria.

Comprehensively, concisely and up-to-date - this text reviews in detail all aspects of the diagnosis and pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorders, one of the most topical issues in psychiatry.

In this manual, rather than presenting treatment algorithms, the authors have chosen to present a synopsis of the literature and knowledge based on. The object is to improve patients’ understanding of the disorder and therefore their adherence to phar- macotherapy.

Based on the highly successful, evidence-based Barcelona Program, this book is a pragmatic, therapist’s guide for how to implement psychoeducation for bipolar patients.

Paul E. Jones is a stand-up comedian and motivational speaker who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in His book, with Andrea Thompson, uses. Which of the following statements regarding the prevalence of bipolar disorders is accurate.

Bipolar disorders are seen more frequently in women than in men. Bipolar disorders are much more common than unipolar depression. Research indicates that bipolar disorders affect about 20% of the population. The peak of vulnerability for. Some edited books on bipolar disorder organize treatment chapters around specific clinical situations, i.e., the treatment of mania, depression, etc.

while others choose to organize chapters by the different treatments used, i.e., lithium, anticonvulsants, etc. For many complex disorders, such as bipolar disorder, these hopes critically hinge on tangible successes in pharmacogenetics of treatment response or susceptibility to adverse events.

In this article, we review the current state of pharmacogenomics of bipolar disorder including latest results from candidate genes and genome-wide association Cited by: Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosedhelps readers process their diagnosis, decide who to tell, and discover the treatments and lifestyle changes that can help manage their symptoms.

This book offers hope and support for the newly diagnosed /5(25). Bipolar disorder is not only one of the most difficult mental health issues to treat, but also one of the most stigmatized and misunderstood. For these reasons, a diagnosis of bipolar is a major turning point in a person’s life.

Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed helps readers process their diagnosis, decide who to tell, and discover the treatments and lifestyle changes that 4/5(77). Psychotherapy, or "talk" therapy, is an important part of treatment for bipolar disorder. During therapy, you can discuss feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that cause you problems.

Talk therapy can help you understand and hopefully master any problems that hurt your ability to. The book comprises four sections: Descriptive Aspects—issues ranging from how the concept of bipolar disorder has evolved over the years to new information about neurocognitive impairment, creativity and economic productivity, and to discussion of the deliberations of the DSM-V committee on changes in diagnostic categories and criteria.

Handbook of Diagnosis and Treatment of Bipolar Disorders emphasizes recent controlled studies and FDA-approved indications and translates these data into the real world of clinical practice. The contributions of the eleven chapter authors from Stanford University reflect more than a decade of clinical research and treatment undertaken at that.

Diagnostic criteria for these types of mood episodes, and clinical probes for identifying key symptoms, are provided in Table 1. 12 With this information, specific bipolar syndromes can then be diagnosed, including the classic bipolar disorder subtypes, BP-I and BP-II, as well as cyclothymic disorder, intermediate bipolar disorder phenotypes Cited by: 9.

An open trial combining family-focused therapy with dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents with bipolar disorder observed pre- to post-treatment improvements in suicidality, nonsuicidal self-injurious behavior, emotional dysregulation, and depressive symptoms (Goldstein, Axelson, Birmaher, & Brent, ).Cited by:   Bipolar disorder is a serious mental disorder involving episodes of serious mania and depression and affects approximately one to three percent of the population.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health nearly two million individuals in the United States alone are diagnosed with this disorder. * This title aims to provide an overview of recent research progress * It explores the 1/5(2). To approach the state of the art in diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder requires a review of the current state of both research and practice.

There is no doubt that bipolar disorder has been an especially important and illustrative field of research in the evolution of psychiatry. Researchers around the world currently are exploring a wide range of possible new treatments for bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic-depression, involves episodes of Author: Jane Collingwood.

DBT therapy for bipolar disorder is all about “getting clear” on what you want by handling intense emotions and relationships that “invalidate” us. by Allison Strong I just finished a week semester, or “module” in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, DBT.