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Dep Res

Help for Depression

These are links to online resources for people experiencing or interested in clinical depression.

  • Alternativ Psychology self-help for emotions, biofeedback without instruments.

  • Depression Central, maintained by Dr. Ivan Goldberg, is a "clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders."

  • Dr. Bob's Psychopharmacology Tips has information on drugs for depression.

  • Internet Depression Resources List maintained by Dennis Taylor provides more links to relevant information and online resources. This site is an award winner and enhanced for non-graphical browsers.

  • Melissa's Therapy FAQ provides answers to frequently asked questions about therapy and therapists.

  • Out of the Darkness explains the biomedical model of depression. It is from a September 1995 newsletter article of the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research.

  • Thomas Ott's Depression Site is a refraction through a Dark Prism. Look for fine art scans and an excerpt from Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul.

  • Walkers in Darkness is a support email list for depression, bipolar disorder and related mental illness; their treatment, coping mechanisms and recovery techniques.

  • wing of madness: a depression guide is an elegant site containing information on depression. There are pointers to many newsgroups and chatlines, lots of fine art graphics and an online bookstore.

  • You mean I don't have to feel this way? is designed for friends, families, and individuals who are either suffering from depression or living with someone who is depressed.

    You can also search

    Free Medline Searchs at the National Library of Medicine, including Internet Grateful Med and PubMed.

    The National Mental Health Services Knowledge Exchange Network

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    Mental Health Net

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    See Also

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    Yellow Ribbon
    Light for Life Foundation.

    This page last updated: 12 December, 1997 by Bev Thornton,