Health Reference Series: Depression Sourcebook

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $95.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $142.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1735-7
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 27
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Depression Sourcebook, Fifth Edition, offers basic information about the prevalence, symptoms, and strategies to manage depression.

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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
  • Part II: Types of Depression
  • Chapter 7—Major Depression
  • Chapter 8—Persistent Depressive Disorder
  • Chapter 9—Atypical Depression
  • Chapter 10—Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depressive Illness)
  • Chapter 11—Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
  • Chapter 12—Premenstrual Syndrome and Dysphoric Disorder
  • Chapter 13—Psychotic Depression
  • Chapter 14—Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Part III: Who Develops Depression
  • Chapter 15—People and Depression
  • Chapter 16—Women and Depression
  • Chapter 17—Depression in Children and Adolescents
  • Chapter 18—Depression in College Students
  • Chapter 19—Men and Depression
  • Chapter 20—Depression in Older Adults
  • Chapter 21—Depression in Minority Populations
  • Chapter 22—Depression and Violence in LGBT Population
  • Chapter 23—Depression Related to Occupation
  • Chapter 24—Reproductive Health and Mental Health in Women
  • Chapter 25—Postpartum Depression
  • Chapter 26—Caregivers and Depression
  • Chapter 27—Depression in Prison Inmates
  • Part IV: Causes and Risk Factors of Depression
  • Chapter 28—What Causes Depression
  • Chapter 29—Stress, Resilience, and the Risk of Depression
  • Chapter 30—Trauma as a Risk Factor for Depression
  • Chapter 31—Unemployment, Poverty, and Depression
  • Chapter 32—Depression, Substance Use, and Addiction
  • Chapter 33—Other Mental-Health Disorders and the Relationship to Depression
  • Chapter 34—Parental Depression
  • Chapter 35—Isolation and Depression
  • Chapter 36—Climate Change and Depression
  • Part V: Chronic Illness and Depression
  • Chapter 37—Chronic Illness, Pain, and Depression
  • Chapter 38—Autoimmune Diseases and Depression
  • Chapter 39—Brain Injury and Depression
  • Chapter 40—Cancer and Depression
  • Chapter 41—Diabetes and Depression
  • Chapter 42—Heart Disease and Depression
  • Chapter 43—Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Depression
  • Chapter 44—Multiple Sclerosis and Depression
  • Chapter 45—Depression in Parkinson and Alzheimer Diseases
  • Chapter 46—Stroke and Depression
  • Part VI: Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression
  • Chapter 47—Recognizing Signs of Depression in You and Your Loved Ones
  • Chapter 48—Diagnosing Depression
  • Chapter 49—Psychotherapy For Depression
  • Chapter 50—Mental-Health Medications
  • Chapter 51—Combined Interventions for Depression
  • Chapter 52—Brain Stimulation Therapies for Severe Depression
  • Chapter 53—Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Chapter 54—Alternative and Complementary Therapies Used for Depression
  • Chapter 55—Treating Depression in Children and Adolescents
  • Chapter 56—Treatment-Resistant and Relapsed Depression
  • Chapter 57—Finding and Choosing a Therapist
  • Chapter 58—Paying for Mental-Healthcare
  • Part VII: Strategies for Managing Depression
  • Chapter 59—Understanding Mental Illness Stigma and Depression Triggers
  • Chapter 60—Well-Being Concepts
  • Chapter 61—Building Resilience
  • Chapter 62—Building a Healthy Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • Chapter 63—Dealing with the Effects of Trauma
  • Chapter 64—Stress in Disaster Responders and Recovery Workers
  • Chapter 65—Grief, Bereavement, and Coping with Loss
  • Chapter 66—Coping with the Holiday Blues
  • Chapter 67—Social Inclusion and Peer Support
  • Chapter 68—Helping a Family Member or Friend with Depression
  • Part VIII: Suicide
  • Chapter 69—Understanding Suicide
  • Chapter 70—Suicide in the United States
  • Chapter 71—Suicidal Behavior, Risk, and Protective Factors
  • Chapter 72—Relationship between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicide
  • Chapter 73—Suicide among Teens and Young Adults
  • Chapter 74—Older Adults: Depression and Suicide Facts
  • Chapter 75—Warning Signs of Suicide and How to Deal with It
  • Chapter 76—Recovering from a Suicide Attempt
  • Chapter 77—Coping with Trauma after Someone Attempts Suicide
  • Part IX: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 78—Glossary of Terms Related to Depression
  • Chapter 79—Directory of Organizations That Help People with Depression and Suicidal Thoughts