Weekly blogs explore psychosocial interventions, quality of life, stigma, and community engagement through the eyes of diverse CREST.BD network members.
So, you likely don’t need me to tell you that self-management strategies (the things that people do for themselves in order to cope with a health condition, or improve their health) are important for living well with bipolar disorder. There’s been lots of research into self-management strategies for conditions like diabetes, and … Read more
I am an academic and clinical psychologist with a research interest in bipolar disorder. This post is about the challenge of measuring outcomes when we treat bipolar disorder. I think it’s an important topic, because what we measure largely determines what we try to achieve in treatment. How do we measure … Read more
The best time to protect yourself from bipolar disorder-driven financial decisions is when you are feeling stable! When your judgment is balanced, your mood is fairly level and your energy is appropriate, you’re in the best position to plan ahead, in some cases with your family or someone you trust … Read more