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