|Depressive and Bipolar Disorder Resources
Bipolar Disorder in Children
||Why is it so Difficult to Diagnose Bipolar
Disorder in Children?
the Bipolar Child Newsletter, this article highlights why it is so
difficult to diagnose bipolar disorder in children, along with how the
diagnosis is established.
||24: A Day in the Life of Bipolar Children
and Their Families
Papolos Productions, filmed live at the University of the Pacific in
Stockton, CA at the dbh Neuroscience Seminars' Juvenile-Onset Bipolar
Disorder symposium. Delivered with the compassion and humor
audiences have come to expect, Janice Papolos (co-author of the
international bestseller, "The Bipolar Child," now in its 3rd edition)
paints a revealing picture of a day in the life of children and
adolescents suffering with bipolar disorder, and of those who love
them. DVD and CD formats available.
Mood charts are a self-tracking tool for monitoring your moods and other important health aspects. Printable versions.
||The Balanced Mind Parent Network
Minds by Tracy Anglada
Minds is a stunning picture of the internal experience of young people
with bipolar disorder as relayed in their own words.
Disorders: A Guide To Helping Children and Adolescents
by Mitzi Waltz
the range of topics parents need to know in order to help their
children, such as: diagnosis and common misdiagnoses, family life,
support, safety and how to recognize and prevent mood swings,
medications, therapeutic interventions, insurance issues, and
education, including how to work with school systems.
mission is to help the bipolar child and people in his/her world to
understand more about bipolar disorder. Our books and booklets provide
knowledge to the mind, courage to the heart and hope to the spirit.
Please join us in erasing the stigma and easing the burden one child at
What to do and Why - Gianni Faedda
||Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation
The leading charitable group of researchers involved in advancing professional knowledge of juvenile bipolar disorder.
Bipolar Child by Demitri &
The definitive work on childhood bipolar disorder, authored by Demitri
& Janice Papolos, who have gained national attention by
this condition to the public's awareness.
Child: Coping with a Bipolar Youth
The Wild Child, a one-hour WFCR radio documentary produced by Karen Brown,
follows Erin, Eric, and Athena, along with their parents, doctors,
teachers, and advocates, as they navigate puberty and adolescence with
a serious mood disorder. An audio link is provided on the