6 edition of Bipolar II disorder found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gordon Parker ; with the editorial assistance of Kerrie Eyers.|
|Contributions||Parker, Gordon, 1942-, Eyers, Kerrie.|
|LC Classifications||RC516 .B5225 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2008274187|
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At the age of 36, after decades of living with erratic and self-destructive behavior that tortured her family, Julie Kraft finally received a diagnosis—bipolar II disorder. Hear our revealing conversation about how she nearly destroyed her family and read an excerpt from her memoir.
Bipolar II disorder (pronounced " bipolar two") is a form of mental illness. Bipolar II is similar to bipolar I disorder, with moods cycling between high and low over time. However, in bipolar II. "The Bipolar Disorder Workbook describes practical, straightforward techniques to manage bipolar II disorder and cyclothymia.
It incorporates cutting-edge concepts from several different evidence-based modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy/5(39). Though this book is designed primarily for clinicians who care for patients with bipolar II disorder and researchers who study it, laypeople, such as patients and their families, may find the information useful as well.
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Bipolar II Disorder is a subset of bipolar disorder in which people experience depressive episodes shifting back and forth with hypomanic episodes, but never a “full” manic episode. Cyclothymic Disorder or Cyclothymia is a chronically unstable mood state in which people experience hypomania and mild depression for at least two years.
My Happy Sad Mummy is an engaging and sensitive picture book. It fills a major gap: explaining to a young child the impact on a parent of a major mental illness such as bipolar disorder.
Bipolar disorder affects between 1- 2% of the population and can affect young parents in particular as it usually begins in late adolescence. Next, the book focuses on the growing body of evidence that suggests that the underlying biology of bipolar II is distinct from that of other mood disorders and discusses the increasingly important role that neuroimaging plays in the diagnosis and understanding of bipolar II disorder as research progresses.
This bipolar II. This many-sided creature. This life of mine. This brain constantly in conference with the racing heart, reminding me to slow down, stay : Bassey Ikpi.
'The book provides a very good overview about what we know about bipolar II disorder and does not hesitate to make it clear to the reader and to discuss that most what we think we know about this disorder is based on what we know about bipolar I disorder.
I truly think that this book is a helpful resource for clinicians and provides a well. Bipolar depression is now known to exist as a spectrum of disorders rather than a single disease entity. Bipolar II Disorder exists on this spectrum as a condition where the depressive episodes are as severe as in Bipolar I Disorder, but where the mood elevation states are not as extreme/5.
In fact, a recent compilation of opinions of expert bipolar psychopharmacologists in a new book on Bipolar II disorder edited by Gordon Parker, as summarized by Dr. Chris Aiken, found a wide range. Bipolar II disorder (pronounced "bipolar two") is a form of mental illness. Bipolar II is similar to bipolar I disorder, with moods cycling between high and low over time.
However, in bipolar II disorder, the "up" moods never reach full-on mania. The less-intense elevated moods in bipolar II disorder are called hypomanic episodes, or hypomania.
This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Bipolar Disorder, Bipolar Depression, Bipolar I Disorder, Bipolar II Disorder, Mania, Manic Depression, Manic Disorder, Hypomania, Cyclothymia, Cyclothymic Disorder.
may be suffering from bipolar disorder. According to the criteria defined in DSM-IV-TR (1), patients with bipolar I disorder have experienced at least one episode of mania; they may have experienced mixed, hypomanic, and depressive episodes as well.
Patients with bipolar II disor-der have experienced hypomanic and depressive Size: 1MB. Written by an extremely accomplished team of bipolar experts, The Bipolar II Disorder Workbook is designed to help you manage the recurring depression, hypomania, and anxiety that can arise as a result of your condition.
The convenient workbook format combines evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and other mindfulness-based exercises to help /5(7). Numerous notable people have had some form of mood is a list of people accompanied by verifiable sources associating them with some form of bipolar disorder (formerly known as "manic depression"), including cyclothymia, based on their own public statements; this discussion is sometimes tied to the larger topic of creativity and mental illness.
Bipolar II disorder is a form of the psychiatric condition known as bipolar disorder. All forms of bipolar disorder cause unusual mood shifts and changes in energy and activity levels.
Bipolar disorder is one of the most highly investigated neurological disorders. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that it affects nearly percent of adults in the United Author: Brian Krans And Kristeen Cherney.
The lifetime risk of developing bipolar II disorder is %, yet the condition is often poorly detected. Mood elevation states are less extreme than in bipolar I disorder although the depressive episodes are usually severe.
When correctly treated, the outcome is positive, but bipolar II is often poorly managed, resulting in a high suicide rate. Bipolar II Disorder might be more common than you realize. Bipolar II is diagnosed when a person experiences episodes of hypomania and depression.
Since the “highs” are not a full manic episode it is also referred to as “soft bipolar”, though this term is a little misleading. Bipolar Type II Awareness.
Bipolar depression is now known to exist as a spectrum of disorders rather than a single disease entity. Bipolar II Disorder exists on this spectrum as a condition where the depressive episodes are as severe as in Bipolar I Disorder, but where the mood elevation states are not as extreme.
This unexpected combination can lead to a failure to detect a condition thought to affect up to 6% of the. bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder usually begins in early adulthood, with the average age of onset around years, although it can sometimes start in childhood or as late as the 40s or 50s.
The younger a person is when they develop bipolar disorder, the more likely itFile Size: 1MB. A friend who shares my bipolar II diagnosis said something recently that really resonated with me. He commented that “nobody understands people with bipolar II because there’s no high, there Author: Candy Czernicki.
Bipolar 2 disorder, is a type of mental illness that is very similar to bipolar 1 disorder. Typically, people suffering from bipolar 2 will experience severe mood swings and changes, alternating from periods of extreme lows, to highs over time. A person may have bipolar disorder even if their symptoms are less extreme.
For example, some people with bipolar disorder (Bipolar II) experience hypomania, a less severe form of mania. During a hypomanic episode, a person may feel very good, be able to.
Though this book is designed primarily for clinicians who care for patients with bipolar II disorder and researchers who study it, laypeople, such as patients and their families, may find the information useful as well.
Bipolar II Disorder: Recognition, Understanding, and Treatment is authoritative, instructive, and long overdue. show more3/5(1). Bipolar 1 disorder and bipolar 2 disorder cause your feelings to hit unusual highs and lows. These emotional peaks and valleys can last for weeks Author: James Roland.
Bipolar disorder wears many masks. It can be happy, sad, fearful, confident, sexy, or furious. It can seduce strangers, intimidate bank tellers, throw extravagant parties, and steal your joy late into the night. However, based on research, psychiatrists have managed to bring order to the disorder by grouping the many manifestations of bipolar into categories [ ].
Bipolar II disorder (BP-II; pronounced "type two bipolar disorder") is a bipolar spectrum disorder (see also Bipolar disorder) characterized by at least one episode of hypomania and at least one episode of major depression.
  Diagnosis for bipolar II disorder requires that the individual must never have experienced a full manic episode (unless it was caused by an antidepressant. Reading the description of bipolar II in Dr. Fieve’s book, a lightning-bolt of recognition hit me. I began ruminating over my past through this lens, trying to determine if the bipolar II Author: Michael Ellsberg.
Bipolar Disorder Vulnerability: Perspectives from Pediatric and High-Risk Populations synthesizes our current understanding of high-risk and pediatric populations to aid readers in identifying markers of vulnerability for the development of bipolar disorder, with an ultimate goal of the development of drug targets and other therapies for early.
Bipolar disorder not otherwise specified Does not meet criteria for major depression, bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, or cyclothymia (e.g., less than one week of manic symptoms without File Size: KB. The Bipolar II Disorder Workbook is designed to help readers manage recurring depression, hypomania, and anxiety associated with bipolar II disorder.
This user-friendly self-help workbook draws on evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and other mindfulness-based approaches to help those. Bipolar Disorder, My Biggest Competitor is the heart-wrenching story of an Olympian’s struggle with and eventual triumph over the terrifying highs and lows of the bipolar disorder.
A small-town childhood, a close-knit family, a successful career, and an Olympic athlete–this was Amy’s life until it. Bipolar II disorder is a less severe version of bipolar I disorder. That’s likely an assumption you’ve already come across.
Maybe you read it in an article. Maybe you heard it. Disorder Class: Mood Disorders: Disorder Class: Bipolar and Related Disorders: A. Presence (or history) of one or more major depressive episodes. Criteria have been met for at least one hypomanic episode (see Table ) and at least one major depressive episode (see Table ).
Presence (or history) of at least one hypomanic Episode. Bipolar Disorder For Dummies, 3rd Edition is a reassuring guide that sorts out the differences between bipolar I, bipolar II, and cyclothymic disorder; explains the .