Resources

These resources are available for those attending our meetings to borrow upon request.

Books:

Andy Shea. Petria Thomas, Swimming Against the Tide. 2005.

Ballarat Health Services. Coping with Manic Symptoms. 2008.

Bev Aisbett. Taming The Black Dog. 2000.

Bob Olsen & Melissa Olsen. Win the Battle, The 3-Step Lifesaving Formula to Conquer Depression and Bipolar Disorder. 1999.

Craig Hamilton. Broken Open. 2004.

Department of Human Services. Because Mental Health Matters. Victorian Mental Health Reform Strategy 2009-2019. 2009.

E. Fuller Torrey & Michael B. Knable. Surviving Manic Depression. 2005.

Kerrie Eyers & Gordon Parker. Mastering Bipolar Disorder. 2008.

Kerrie Eyers. Tracking The Black Dog. 2006.

Mark Longton. Healthy Food, Healthy Mind. 2006.

Matthew Johnstone. I Had A Black Dog. 2005.

Michael D. Yapko. Breaking the Patterns of Depression. 1998.

Michael D. Yapko. Hand-Me-Down Blues, How to Stop Depression from Spreading. 1999.

Michael W. Otto, et al. Living with Bipolar Disorder. 2008.

Monica Ramirez Bascoe. The Bipolar Workbook, Tools for Controlling Your Mood Swings. 2006.

Rebekah Beddoe. Dying for a Cure, A Memoir of Antidepressants, Misdiagnosis and Madness. 2007.

Sandy Jeffs. Flying with Paper Wings, Reflections on Living with Madness. 2009.

Sane Australia. Joes Diary, A SANE Guide for Young People. 2001.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Depression. 2009.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Drugs. 2004

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide for Families. 2009.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Healthy Living. 2008.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Medication and other Treatments. 2008

Sane Australia. A Sane Guide to Mental Illness for Children. 2003.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Schizophrenia. 2009.

Sane Australia. The SANE Guide to Staying Alive. 2010.

Sarah Russell.  A Lifelong Journey, Staying Well with Manic Depression/Bipolar, 2005.

Susan Tanner & Jillian Ball. Beating the Blues, A Self-Help Approach to Overcoming Depression. 1991.

DVDs:

Sane Australia. Healthy Living.

Sane Australia. Speaking from Experience, Personal Stories of Living with Illness.

 

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