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Taking back the reins – the experience of self-management in bipolar disorder

on March 29, 2018   |    No Comments

  Hi everyone! I’m Emma, a CREST.BD trainee and PhD Candidate. I’ve been collaborating with CREST.BD for almost 4 years now. Much of this time has been spent helping with understanding peoples’ experiences of the Bipolar Wellness Centre (our online portal sharing evidence-based strategies for living well with bipolar disorder) … Read more

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CREST.BD: Top 4 Mental Health Movies Released in 2017

on January 25, 2018   |    1 Comment

In our second blog of 2018, we’re casting our eyes back to some of the highlights of the 2017 movie year for you. Where to watch our top movies of 2017: You can purchase these movies online, or in store if you can find them. Other options include renting them … Read more

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What to do? What to do?

on January 10, 2018   |    3 Comments

A few weeks ago, I was faced with a personal crisis. Given its confidential nature, I do not feel comfortable in publicly sharing the specific details of the problem that unfortunately threatened my peace of mind. However, now that the dust has somewhat settled, I feel sufficiently at ease with … Read more

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Quoi faire? Quoi faire?

on January 10, 2018   |    No Comments

Quelques semaines passées, j’ai dû affronter une crise personnelle assez bouleversante. Compte tenu de sa nature confidentielle, je ne me sens pas à l’aise d’en révéler les détails qui malheureusement menaçaient ma tranquillité d’esprit. Par contre, maintenant que les choses se sont un peu calmées, je me sens suffisamment confortable … Read more

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