Saturday, February 17, 2018

A Game Changer in the Treatment of Depression

Research increasingly supports a newer approach to mood disorders which is more effective than antidepressants. Find out more from the people who pioneered it.

Editorial: Why Do People Take Pills for Depression If Light Therapy is Better?

Research on light therapy shows that it is effective for different kinds of depression. For example, a 2016 meta-analysis of nine varied clinical trials...

When Depression Ignores the Seasons, but Light Therapy Works

Light Therapy Has Not Been an Option for Major Depression. Until Now. Posted on Psychology Today December 14, 2015 It's not news that antidepressants often don't work....

Depressed, Then Sleepless? Or Vice Versa?

New research addresses this classic chicken-and-egg problem by showing that direct attention to insomnia can speed up relief from depression. read more

Pregnant… And Depressed

With so many pregnant women faced with clinically severe depressions, we need to understand the causes and identify a non-drug treatment strategy—for the baby’s...