Mood Anxiety & Disorders
Resources for those with depression, bipolar disorders and anxiety
There is now very good evidence that mindfulness can be an important tool in the recovery toolbox for those with depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety. You can use the free resources on this website to start your mindfulness practice today.
Help if you are in crisis
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. A free, 24-hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Finding help and support organizations
- Call 2-1-1. If available in your area, dial 2-1-1 for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.
- Department of Veterans Affairs. Healthcare information for eligible veterans.
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. Go to the DBSA “Find a Pro” page for peer recommended mental health resources.
- Mental Health America An advocacy organization that aims to inform, advocate and enable access to quality behavioral health services for all Americans.
- National Alliance on Mental Illness The National Alliance on Mental Illness(NAMI) is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
Additional resources for sale
Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Your Guide to Recovery is a comprehensive guide to recovery for individuals (and their loved ones) with mood disorders. It stresses the value of using mindfulness interventions as one component of the healing process. It also provides detailed information about pharmacological and psychotherapy interventions and how to work most effectively with treating clinicians.
Solving the Bipolar Puzzle: Discover How Mindfulness Is the Powerful Missing Piece in Managing Your Bipolar Disorder Symptoms is Dr. Marchand’s forthcoming book that will help those with bipolar disorder use mindfulness as a key component of their recovery toolkit.