Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists
Everyone who needs the most accurate and comprehensive information about psychopharmacological medicines must have this book on his or her shelf. It covers every significant medical aspect of the use of these drugs, including indications based on diagnosis, physiological functions, side effects, and criteria for evaluating client response and recommending further treatment.
44 pages matching mood disorders in this book
Results 1-3 of 44
What people are saying - Write a review
Other editions - View all
abnormalities activity acute ADHD agitation alcohol antianxiety anticonvulsants antidepressants antipsychotic medications anxiety disorders anxiety symptoms associated atypical antipsychotics Axis I disorders behavior benzodiazepines biological bipolar disorder borderline brain Bupropion buspirone carbamazepine cause chapter chronic clinical depression clinician cognitive decreased diagnosis disease divalproex dopamine dosage dose drug interactions DSM-IV-TR dysfunction emotional enzymes especially etiology experience factors Figure functioning hypomania illness impaired increased inhibitors insomnia levels limbic system lithium major depression mania medical condition medication treatment mental metabolism molecules mood disorders mood stabilizers nerve cells nervous system neurons neurotransmitters norepinephrine obsessive-compulsive obsessive-compulsive disorder onset panic attacks panic disorder patients percent personality disorder pharmacologic phobias psychiatric disorders psychiatric symptoms psychological psychosis psychotherapy psychotic disorders psychotic symptoms psychotropic medications PTSD receptors reduce response result reuptake schizophrenia sedation serotonin severe side effects significant sleep SSRIs stimulants stress stressors studies syndrome theory therapist therapy tion toxicity traumatic treat venlafaxine withdrawal