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Introduction I. Seasonal Syndromes1. Discovering SAD2. All about SAD3. How Seasonal Are You?4. What Causes SAD?5. SAD in Children and Adolescents6. Summer SAD and Other Seasonal AfflictionsII. Treatments7. Light Therapy8. Beyond Light Therapy: Other Ways to Help Yourself9. Psychotherapy and SAD10. Antidepressant Medications11. Meditation for SAD12. A Step-by-Step Guide through the Revolving Year13. How Can I Help? : Advice for Family and FriendsIII. Celebrating the Seasons14. A Brief History of Seasonal Time15. Polar Tales16. Creating with the Seasons17. Winter Light: Life beyond SADIV. ResourcesWebsites of InterestWhere to Obtain Light Fixtures and Other DevicesSupport GroupsFurther ReadingAppendix A. Daily Mood LogAppendix B. Core Belief Worksheet
Norman E. Rosenthal, MD, is internationally recognized for his pioneering contributions to understanding SAD and using light therapy to treat it. He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown Medical School, a therapist in private practice, and the author of six other books, including Winter Blues Survival Guide, the New York Times bestseller Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation, and The Gift of Adversity. Dr. Rosenthal conducted research at the National Institute of Mental Health for over 20 years and is a highly cited researcher.