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ESSENTIAL SAD KIT
 
 
 
OUR HELPSHEETS
 
 

THE BASICS
 
Our informative Handbook has everything
 
We help you to choose wisely and safely
 
All about light, how it works and why
 
Good Beginnings (eMail to me)
Our starter Helpsheet for SAD
 
Preparing yourself psychologically
Informing yourself and others
Medication
Using light effectively
The SAD kit
3 things to avoid
Learn to handle SAD
 
Summer Checklist (eMail to me)
Don't let SAD catch you out
Make the most of summer
 
Full Of Goodness (eMail to me)
From SADA's collection
A colourful look at the health benefits of seasonal foods

HELP YOURSELF
 
Our tried and tested recommendations
 
Are you a leaper or a sleeper? Our guide to waking up to Spring
 
For people who don't fit the classic seasonal pattern
 
Our new, age-appropriate guide to coping
 
"The SAD Man Plan" (eMail to me)
A fierce, practical guide to tackling your SAD
 
Clocks, cycles, symptoms and light
 
HELP OTHERS TO HELP YOU
 
An updated Information Sheet for your GP
 
A brief introduction to SAD and how to manage it in the workplace
 
Ideas for partners, friends and family
 

 
NEWSLETTERS
 
 
 
EXTRAS
 
 

SADA NEWSLETTERS
January, April and August
 
Our next issue will be available to download in late August
Future issues will be stored here for your reference
 
ICARUS
 
(Who first flew off in search of the sun)
The SAD year: musings, findings, tips and support from a "seasoned" sufferer
 
A Year of Icarus (eMail to me)
 
Another Year Of Icarus (eMail to me)
 

SAD SOLSTICE SYMPOSIUM
 
An exclusive opportunity to enjoy an audience with Dr Norman Rosenthal, the world-renowned researcher and psychiatrist who first diagnosed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and pioneered light therapy to treat it.
 
Friday 22nd September 2017
10:00 to 17:00
52-53 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HP
 
 
Beating Seasonal Affective Disorder and Light Therapy: Old, New, Borrowed and Therefore, Not Too Blue
Light Therapy Beyond SAD
Unconventional Ways to Feel Better: From Transcendental Meditation to Botox
Everything You've Always Wanted to Ask a Psychiatrist But Have Been Too Afraid To Do So
 
PRESS
 
3 Information Documents For Your Articles On SAD
 
SADA Press Information (eMail to me)
 
SADA Press FAQs (eMail to me)
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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