Friday's Progress Notes - April 3, 1998
Mental health information - Vol. 2 Issue 14
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1. Helping kids understand mood disorders.
2. Bipolar disorder.
3. Guidelines for treating bipolar Disorder.
4. Children and medication.
5. Suicide FAQs.
6. Medications for mental illness.
7. Understanding sibling issues.
8. Depression in children and youth.
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John L. Miller, MD
Counseling Children with Bipolar Disorder
Children who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder come to counseling for a variety of reasons.
INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
This publication provides an overview about bipolar disorder.
3. EXPERT CONSENSUS GUIDELINE SERIES
Bipolar Disorder Treatment Guidelines
The recommendations in the guidelines reflect the aggregate opinions of the experts.
4. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
Your Child and Medication
This site, hosted by Ivan Goldberg, M.D., publishes information about depressive
disorders. It also includes data about effective treatments for individuals suffering from
5. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
Suicide: Frequently Asked Questions
Risk factors for suicide include mental illness, substance abuse, previous suicide attempts, family history of suicide, history of being sexually abused, and impulsive or aggressive tendencies.
6. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
Medications for Mental Illness
This booklet is designed to help mental health patients and their families understand how and why medications can be used as part of the treatment of mental health problems.
7. NATIONAL INFORMATION CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES
Children with Disabilities: Understanding Sibling Issues
The birth of a child with a disability or chronic illness, or the discovery that a child has a disability, has a profound effect on a family.
8. ERIC DIGEST
Depression and Disability in Children and Adolescents
For many years, depression and other disorders of mood were thought to be afflictions of only adults. Within the past three decades, however, it has become evident that mood disorders are common among children and adolescents.
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