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What is MoodSurfing? It is the notion that moods are perfectly natural – sometimes they can be wild, like the surf, but often what determines our experience of moods is how we approach them. Do we actively try to “ride” them, do we panic and hope we don’t get swamped by them, or do we seek out the extremes well before we are able to handle them?

This site is devoted to those who want to find healthy and creative ways of incorporating mood into our lives.

Those of us working on the site are clinicians with a special interest in moods or people who themselves are wrestling with the challenges of living creatively with moods. .

Please send us comments and suggestions.

 

Suzanne Black, PhD
Joanne Chan, PsyD
Peter Forster, MD
MoodSurfing_small Jasmine Teleki, PsyD
Lyndsey

info@moodsurfing.com

 

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  1. bpnurse

    Hi there……I wanted to stop by and say Thanks for the follow. I like what I see here! 🙂

    1. PeterForster

      Thank you. I I’m really impressed with your site and encourage readers of this one to visit you

  2. Laura

    I would love to see dual diagnosis covered as one of the topics.

    1. PeterForster

      Thank you very much for this suggestion. Do you have some particular questions that you would like to have addressed? I would be more than happy to come up with some additional content based on a set of questions.

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