Table of contents for Winter blues : everything you need to know to beat seasonal affective disorder / Norman E. Rosenthal.

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Part 1: Seasonal Syndromes
1. Introduction: Discovering SAD
2. All About SAD
3. How Seasonal Are You?
4. What Causes SAD?
5. SAD in Children and Adolescents
6. Summer SAD and Other Seasonal Afflictions
Part 2: Treatments
7. Light Therapy
8. Beyond Light Therapy: Other Ways to Help Yourself
9. Psychotherapy and SAD
10. Antidepressant Medications
11. A Step-by-Step Guide Through the Revolving Year
12. How Can I Help?: Advice for Family and Friends
Part 3: Celebrating the Seasons
13. A Brief History of Seasonal Time
14. Polar Tales
15. SAD Through the Ages
16. Creating with the Seasons
17. Words for All Seasons
18. Winter Light: Life Beyond SAD
Afterword [Judy: Is this the place for this? Part 4 may be given a part number, but it's really a bunch of appendices, ie, back matter, which makes me think this afterword belongs here, but you know best.]
Part 4: Resources
Where to Get further Help for Seasonal Problems
Dietary Advice, Menus, and Recipes
Further Reading
Appendix A : Self-Assessment Mood Scale for SAD (SAM SAD) [to be replaced by new mood log TK]
Appendix B: Core Beliefs Worksheet
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Seasonal affective disorder -- Popular works.