Health Reference Series: Depression Source Book

Editor: Jones, Keith
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

ISBN: 978-0-7808-1498-1
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 10
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2017
Table of Contents

Depression Sourcebook, Fourth Edition, offers information about the prevalence, symptoms, and types of depressive mood disorders, including major depression, dysthymia, atypical depression, bipolar disorder, depression during and after pregnancy, depression with psychosis, and seasonal affective disorder.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Introduction to Mental Health Disorders and Depression
  • Chapter 1—What Are Mental Health Disorders?
  • Chapter 2—Brain Function and Mental Health
  • Chapter 3—Myths and Facts about Mental Health Disorders
  • Chapter 4—Depression: What You Need to Know
  • Chapter 5—Why Do People Get Depressed?
  • Chapter 6—Statistics on Depression and Related Mental Health Disorders
  • Section 6.1—Statistics on Depression
  • Section 6.2—Statistics on Other Common Mental Illnesses
  • Part II: Types of Depression
  • Chapter 7—Major Depression
  • Chapter 8—Dysthymia: Chronic Depression
  • Chapter 9—Atypical Depression
  • Chapter 10—Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depressive Illness)
  • Section 10.1—What Is Bipolar Disorder?
  • Section 10.2—Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens
  • Chapter 11—Premenstrual Syndrome
  • Chapter 12—Psychotic Depression
  • Section 12.1—Psychosis
  • Section 12.2—Schizophrenia
  • Chapter 13—Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Part III: Who Develops Depression?
  • Chapter 14—How Depression Affects People in Different Ways
  • Chapter 15—Women and Depression
  • Chapter 16—Men and Depression
  • Chapter 17—Depression in Children and Adolescents
  • Section 17.1—Understanding Depression in Children
  • Section 17.2—Depression among Teens
  • Chapter 18—Depression in College Students
  • Chapter 19—Depression in Older Adults
  • Chapter 20—Depression in Minority Populations
  • Chapter 21—Depression and Violence in LGBT Population
  • Chapter 22—Occupation-Related Depression
  • Chapter 23—Depression Related to Pregnancy
  • Chapter 24—Depression in Prison Inmates
  • Chapter 25—Caregivers and Depression
  • Part IV: Causes and Risk Factors for Depression
  • Chapter 26—What Causes Depression?
  • Section 26.1—Overview of the Causes of Depression
  • Section 26.2—Probing the Depression-Rumination Cycle
  • Chapter 27—Stress, Resilience, and the Risk of Depression
  • Section 27.1-Stress and Your Health
  • Section 27.2—Resilience Factors and the Risk of Developing Mental Health Problems
  • Chapter 28—Trauma as a Risk Factor for Depression
  • Section 28.1—Depression, Trauma, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Section 28.2—Child Abuse Leaves Epigenetic Marks
  • Section 28.3—Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Chapter 29—Unemployment, Poverty, and Depression
  • Chapter 30—Other Mental Health Disorders and the Relationship to Depression
  • Section 30.1—Anxiety Disorders and Depression among Children and Women
  • Section 30.2—Eating Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression
  • Chapter 31—Depression, Substance Use, and Addiction
  • Section 31.1—Addiction Can Lead to Depression and Other Mental Disorders
  • Section 31.2—Can Smoking Cause Depression?
  • Section 31.3—Alcohol Use and Depression among Older Adults
  • Chapter 32—Genetics and Depression
  • Part V: Depression and Chronic Illness
  • Chapter 33—Chronic Illness, Pain, and Depression
  • Section 33.1—Chronic Illness Related to Increased Symptoms of Depression
  • Section 33.2-Chronic Pain and PTSD
  • Chapter 34—Depression and Autoimmune Diseases
  • Section 34.1—Depression Often Coexists with Fibromyalgia
  • Section 34.2—Depression and Lupus
  • Section 34.3—Depression and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Chapter 35—Depression and Brain Injury
  • Chapter 36—Depression and Cancer
  • Chapter 37—Depression and Diabetes
  • Chapter 38—Depression and Heart Disease
  • Chapter 39—Depression and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Chapter 40—Depression and Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chapter 41—Depression and Neurological Disorders
  • Section 41.1—Depression and Alzheimer Disease
  • Section 41.2—Depression and Parkinson Disease
  • Chapter 42—Depression and Stroke
  • Part VI: Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression
  • Chapter 43—Recognizing Signs of Depression in You and Your Loved Ones
  • Chapter 44—Diagnosing Depression
  • Chapter 45—Paying for Mental Healthcare
  • Section 45.1—Finding Low-Cost Mental Healthcare and Help Paying for Prescriptions
  • Section 45.2—Medicare and Your Mental Healthcare Benefits
  • Chapter 46—Finding and Choosing a Therapist
  • Section 46.1-Types of Therapist
  • Section 46.2-Finding a Therapist
  • Section 46.3—Choosing a Therapist
  • Chapter 47—Therapy for Depression
  • Section 47.1—Psychotherapy (Talk Therapy)
  • Section 47.2—Cognitive Processing Therapy
  • Chapter 48—Mental Health Medications
  • Section 48.1—Understanding Mental Health Medications
  • Section 48.2—Ketamine Lifts Depression via Metabolite
  • Section 48.3—Medications for Treating Depression in Women
  • Section 48.4—Medications for Treating Depression in Elders
  • Chapter 49—Combination Treatment
  • Chapter 50—Brain Stimulation Therapies for Severe Depression
  • Chapter 51—Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Chapter 52—Alternative and Complementary Therapies Used for Depression
  • Section 52.1—Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for Depression
  • Section 52.2—Meditation Can Help in Conquering Depression
  • Section 52.3-St. John's Wort and Depression
  • Section 52.4-Valerian
  • Chapter 53—Treating Depression in Children and Adolescents
  • Section 53.1—Don't Leave Childhood Depression Untreated
  • Section 53.2-Taking Your Child to a Therapist
  • Section 53.3-Therapy for Teens
  • Section 53.4—Antidepressant Medications for Children and Adolescents
  • Chapter 54—Treatment-Resistant and Relapsed Depression
  • Section 54.1—Treatment-Resistant Depression: An Overview
  • Section 54.2—Teens Who Recover from Hard-to-Treat Depression Still at Risk for Relapse
  • Section 54.3—Rapidly-Acting Treatments for Treatment-Resistant Depression (RAPID)
  • Part VII: Strategies for Managing Depression
  • Chapter 55—Understanding Mental Illness Stigma and Depression Triggers
  • Section 55.1—Stigmas about Mental Illness Contribute to Depression
  • Section 55.2—Depression Triggers: How to Prevent Them
  • Chapter 56-Well-Being Concepts
  • Chapter 57—Building Resilience
  • Section 57.1—Understanding Resilience
  • Section 57.2—Factors That Promote Resilience
  • Section 57.3—Building Resilience in Children and Youth Dealing with Trauma
  • Chapter 58—Building Self-Esteem and Body Image
  • Chapter 59—Dealing with the Effects of Trauma
  • Chapter 60—Grief, Bereavement, and Coping with Loss
  • Chapter 61—Coping with the Holiday Blues
  • Chapter 62—Peer Support and Social Inclusion
  • Part VIII: Suicide
  • Chapter 63—Understanding Suicide
  • Chapter 64—Suicide in the United States
  • Chapter 65—Suicidal Behavior, Risk, and Protective Factors
  • Chapter 66—Relationship between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Suicide
  • Chapter 67—Suicide among Youth and Older Adults
  • Section 67.1-Teen Suicide
  • Section 67.2—Suicide among Young Adults
  • Section 67.3—Older Adults: Depression and Suicide Facts
  • Chapter 68—Warning Signs of Suicide and How to Deal with It
  • Section 68.1—Warning Signs of Suicide
  • Section 68.2—Preventing Suicide
  • Section 68.3—Treating People with Suicidal Thoughts
  • Chapter 69—Recovering from a Suicide Attempt
  • Part IX: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 70—Glossary of Terms Related to Depression
  • Chapter 71—Directory of Organizations That Help People with Depression and Suicidal Thoughts