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James R. Phelps

Director of the Mood Disorders Program

Samaritan Health Services

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Samaritan Health Services

3600 NW Samaritan Dr. Suite 407

Corvallis, Oregon,97330

United States

Company Description

Samaritan Health Plans, a division of Samaritan Health Services, is a member-driven, patient-centered health insurance plan provider that enables the delivery of both high quality and cost-effective health care. Through its development of informed and active h...more

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GSRMC - Medical Staff Directory

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James Phelps, MD
Samaritan Health Physician


Use of LowBlueLights Eyewear Shows True Promise Controlling Manic Bipolar Episodes, Mood & Improving Sleep | LowBlueLights.com

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A recent Newsweek article describing the study explains, 'These are "knock-your-socks-off results," says Dr. James Phelps, a researcher and psychiatrist with Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, Oregon, who wasn't involved in the study.' 1 It's conceivable these glasses may potentially prevent individuals with bipolar disorder from experiencing manic episodes in the future.


Can Sunglasses Help Manage Bipolar Disorder? | Brookhaven Hospital

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Dr. James Phelps, a researcher and psychiatrist with Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, Oregon and who was not involved in the study, told Newsweek that the findings are "knock-your-socks-off results."


Blue Blocking Glasses for Better Sleep and Less Depression | Daily Health Alerts

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These are "knock-your-socks off results," - James Phelps, researcher and psychiatrist with Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, Oregon


Bipolar Depression: Letting the Light In | bpHope - bp Magazine Community

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"I can't emphasize too much that it's a very difficult thing to do," Jim says of resisting the pervasive lethargy, "but I can feel the mood lifting.
By the time I'm finished, the depression is not nearly as deep or dark. ... It's not a cure, but it does reduce the suffering." The Indiana resident taps into a list of coping skills he first learned in therapy during a five-month depressive episode in 2001-an episode that eventually led to his bipolar I diagnosis. Jim takes pride in what he is able to accomplish in the face of bipolar depressions marked by lassitude and trouble concentrating. After being on disability for years, the 53-year-old has decided to return to school and work toward a new career as a certified medical assistant. (One of the draws: The job should be much less stressful than his former position as a computer system administrator.) Jim expects the two-year degree will take at least six years to complete as he manages his bipolar along with his studies, and he's fine with that. "Having a purpose in life will get you up in the morning," says Jim, who is also active in the National Alliance on Mental Illness and facilitates support groups on occasion. Psychotic symptoms are another strong marker, says James Phelps, M.D., a national expert on bipolar disorder and a staff psychiatrist at Samaritan Mental Health-Corvallis in Oregon.


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