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The Mood Changes in MS Education Program discusses the complex issues of Mood Disorder. Despite greater awareness, mood changes continue to be under-diagnosed and under-treated.  Fortunately, they are among the most treatable symptoms of MS.  This program is designed to help educate and promote awareness of mood disorders in MS through stories from several amazing people living with MS and expert interviews.
Dave Rosen, diagnosed in 2016

Dave Rosen

diagnosed with MS in 2016
(Since Dave started treatment) “Honestly I think the relationship with my wife has gotten a lot stronger.  I am capable of doing a lot of things now, I can be a Dad to my kids and a husband to my wife and actually be here.”  Now I can refocus my passion on my family.”
Anne Marie Johnson

Anne Marie Johnson

diagnosed with MS in 2002
“I noticed (after starting medication treatment), in time, things I liked to do, I wanted to do again.  Then it got to a place where you couldn’t keep me in the house, all I wanted to do was be out in the world again”
Maria Reyes-Velarde

Maria Reyes-Velarde

diagnosed with MS in 2000
(Bon-Bon her adopted therapy dog) "Bon-Bon helped me a lot.  I have company, I don’t feel that alone, I don’t feel that depressed anymore.  Another good thing about the dog is that he makes me move again, he makes me get up.  Bon-Bon is a rescue, but he rescued me.”

Book

Mood Changes in Multiple Sclerosis
This book and the accompanying video explore why and how people with MS experience changes in mood, and provide the latest information on how these symptoms can be addressed—from physical activity, medications and counseling to self-management strategies.

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Cambios Anímicos en Personas con Esclerosis Múltiple
Version en español.

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Video

Mood Changes in Multiple Sclerosis
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Mood Changes in Multiple Sclerosis

This video explores why and how people with MS experience changes in mood, and provides the latest information on how these symptoms can be addressed—from physical activity, medications and counseling to self-management strategies.

You will hear from clinicians at the forefront of MS research and treatment discussing the latest advances and recommendations, as well as from individuals who have experienced these symptoms and have lessons to share.

Find a program near you

To register, click on the links for each corresponding dates or call 800-344-4867 to speak to a MS Navigator.
  1. Mood Changes in MS

    Charleston, SC
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  2. Mood Changes in MS

    Las Vegas, NV
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  3. Mood Changes in MS

    Palm Desert, CA
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