Treating Mood Disorders

Treating Mood Disorders using Wellness JournalsThis site is dedicated to treating mood disorders with the use of Wellness Journals.   Mood disorders include but are not limited to depression, dysthymia, unipolar depression, bipolar depression, and borderline personality disorder.   Wellness Journals contain tools which allow individuals with mental illness to proactively help themselves.   It helps those with disabilities achieve independence and self reliance.    This site is geared towards PSR or psychosocial rehabilitation workers and counselors, however can be used by anyone who suffers from a mood disorder, or has family members who suffer from depression.

I encourage anyone who uses wellness journals in treating either their client’s mood disorder, or their own to contact me so that we can include examples from your journals on this website.

Corey Richardson

Corey L. Richardson, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who resides in Pocatello Idaho.   He specializes in treating individuals with mood disorders.  He also has struggled personally in his life with mood disorders.

 

 

 

Michael RichardsonMichael Chaz is a writer and researcher that has worked in the Western United States, Norway, and Sweden.  He was diagnosed as ADHD at the age of 8, and was Diagnosed Bi-Polar at the age of 28. He currently lives in the small Arizona town of Snowflake

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22 thoughts on “Treating Mood Disorders

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  3. le0nids says:

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  5. drgsv says:

    This is a very informative blog. I like your style of presenting information. I also work with mood disorders and appreciate your mission. Best of luck!

  6. Shirley says:

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    • Andiko says:

      The answers by yeye and efx shulod help so I wont go into it to far as there onto it. There is one proses that I would like to add and that is the proses of thought. First of we get the thought, second we wrap the thought with emotion, then if we can get over our emotions our mind can move into seek and search, and then we can take action either say something or do something, and then we have created knowledge or knowing and that’s the 5 step proses of healthy thought. We can get stuck in a loop of think and emote and this is were we can become anxious . We also have Primary and secondary emotions like needs and wants they are two different emotions you may need a operation but I bet you don’t really want one. So learn to take control of your thoughts and don’t get caught in emotion it can stop us from seeing the clear picture. I hope this helps in understand how our mind works through understanding and acceptance we can move forward.

  9. sakuraandme says:

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    • I’m not exactly sure what that means, but thank you. Your comment means a lot to me.

      • sakuraandme says:

        So funny!
        Nor did I at first *smiles*

        The fact you have bipolar makes what you say…even more interesting to me…

        Life isn’t a txt book… Your blog is going to help so many people!

        I mucked up a little as they were 2 different awards…Whooops!!…
        trying to fix that.
        Just follow what my post did. xx

        • Ernie says:

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  10. waitleys says:

    So thankful to have found this site. I am a PSR worker and my case load does not contain a single person without a mood disorder. I am so excited to help my clients create wellness journals as I know it will lead to greater insight. I am also excited about sharing this site with my fellow PSR’s. Looking forward to reading the eBook. Thanks again!

  11. Lee LaCasse says:

    As a Former teacher I worked with kids who had mood disorders – like your info.

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  18. Great blog! Having experienced both manic and depressive episodes in the past, I’m very interested in exploring the origins of bipolar disorder. I’m currently taking a natural approach and have successfully avoided relapsing into a manic episode without medication for several months now, which leads me to wonder what has helped so much. I wish everyone here who struggles with mood disorders much success in overcoming this so that we all can live happy, rewarding lives without the fear that another episode could strike again.

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