Seasonal affective disorder: Part 2 – management

by Professor John M. Eagles and Dr Allen J. Shand

 

Last reviewed: February 2017

 

This module aims to give you an understanding of the management of seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

 

We will first revisit the symptoms and diagnosis of SAD, and then go on to look at:

 

  • management of SAD

 

  • light therapy

 

  • some clinical vignettes.

 

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If you like this module, you may also be interested in:

 

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 history, epidemiology, aetiology and diagnosis by Professor John M. Eagles and Dr Allen J. Shand

 

Managing stress and avoiding burnout: Part 1 and Part 2 by Dr Sunil Raheja

 

 

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Please note that whilst symptoms and diagnosis of SAD are briefly summarised in the first section of this module, the first module: Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): Part 1 covers these areas in more detail alongside the historical aspects of SAD, aetiology and epidemiology.

 

 

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