The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mood Disorders
The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mood Disorders, 2/e reflects the important and fast-changing advancements that have occurred in theory and practice in unipolar and bipolar mood disorders. There is no other current reference that gathers all of these developments together in a single book Every chapter is updated to reflect the very latest developments in theory and practice in unipolar and bipolar mood disorders Includes additional chapters which cover marital and family therapy, medical disorders and depression, and cross-cultural issues Contributions are from the world's leading authorities, and include psychiatrists and clinical psychologists with experience in both research and in practice Focuses on innovations in science and clinical practice, and considers new pharmacological treatments as well as psychological therapies
About the Editor vii List of Contributors ix Foreword to First Edition by Kay Redfield Jamison xi Part I Unipolar Depression 1 1 The Classification and Epidemiology of Unipolar Depression 3 Paul Bebbington 2 Biological Models of Unipolar Depression 39 Anthony J. Cleare and Lena J. Rane 3 Cognitive Models and Issues 69 David A. Grant, Peter J. Bieling, Zindel V. Segal, and Melanie M. Cochrane 4 Psychosocial Models and Issues in Major Depression 87 Antonia Bifulco 5 The Developmental Psychopathology of Depression 107 Katie A. McLaughlin, Louisa C. Michl, and Kate L. Herts 6 Biological Treatment of Mood Disorders 143 Charlotte L. Allan, Anya Topiwala, Klaus P. Ebmeier, David Semple, and Douglas Steele 7 CBT for Depression 173 Mick Power 8 Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression 193 John C. Markowitz 9 Marital Therapy for Dealing with Depression 215 Guy Bodenmann and Ashley Randall 10 Depression: The Challenges of an Integrative, Biopsychosocial Evolutionary Approach 229 Paul Gilbert Part II Bipolar Depression 289 11 Classification and Epidemiology of Bipolar Disorder 291 Sameer Jauhar and Jonathan Cavanagh 12 Neurobiological Theories of Bipolar Disorder 311 Karine Macritchie and Douglas Blackwood 13 Psychological Theories of and Therapies for Bipolar Disorder 325 Kim Wright 14 Further Integration of Patient, Provider, and Systems Treatment Approaches in Bipolar Disorder: Where New Evidence Meets Practice Reality 343 Sagar V. Parikh and Sidney H. Kennedy 15 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Bipolar Affective Disorders 361 Matthias Schwannauer 16 Self-Management and the “Expert Patient in Bipolar Disorders” 383 Anne Palmer Part III General Issues 397 17 Current Approaches to the Assessment of Depression 399 Dave Peck 18 Suicide and Attempted Suicide 413 Andrew K. MacLeod 19 Vulnerability to Depression in Culture, Mind, and Brain 433 Yulia E. Chentsova-Dutton and Andrew G. Ryder 20 Mood Disorders and Chronic Physical Illness 451 Somnath Chatterji and Nicole Bergen 21 Depression in Older People: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Evidence and Practice 463 Ken Laidlaw 22 Summary and New Directions 485 Mick Power Author Index 495 Subject Index 523
Mick Power is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Universities of Edinburgh and Tromsø in Norway. For many years he has worked with the World Health Organization to develop a measure of quality of life, the WHOQOL that is now in widespread use. He is also the author of, amongst others, Handbook of Evidence-based Psychotherapies (Wiley, 2007), Cognition and Emotion: From Order to Disorder, 2/e (with Tim Dalgleish, 2008) and Adieu to God - Why Psychology Leads to Atheism (Wiley, 2012). He is a founding editor of the journal Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.
This new edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mood Disorders reflects the numerous, important and fast-changing developments that have occurred in both theory and practice in unipolar and bipolar mood disorders, providing an up-to-date summary of these advancements. Areas of expertise have been updated by original contributors, highlighting key new developments and offering suggestions for the field's future. In addition, this edition includes new sections covering family therapy, medical disorders and depression, and cross-cultural issues. This volume's broad coverage includes innovations in science and clinical practice, with consideration of new pharmacological treatments as well as psychological therapies. In contrast to the usual approach of presenting unipolar and bipolar disorders separately, the Handbook highlights the considerable scientific and clinical advantages of considering issues that are common to both. The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mood Disorders is the only current reference that gathers all of these developments together in a single volume. It will be an invaluable reverence tool for all mental health professionals.
This is an outstanding book that provides an excellent, up-to-date survey of some of the key issues in research on Mood Disorders from a variety of perspectives. It will be a valuable resource for all who are interested in this topic. —Professor Jutta Joorman, Northwestern University.