Tag archive: psychosocial treatments

Psychoeducation vs CBT for Bipolar Disorder

A study by researchers at the Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT) comparing the relative effectiveness of two psychosocial interventions in bipolar disorder has recently been published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Bipolar disorder is insufficiently controlled by medication, so several supplementary psychosocial interventions have been tested, all of which are lengthy,…

Circadian and Sleep/Wake Considerations in the Practical Management of Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Greg Murray’s chapter on circadian rhythms in bipolar disorder aims to provide a clinician-friendly overview of strategies for addressing the circadian and sleep/wake vulnerabilities in bipolar disorder.

Review article: The significance of creativity in bipolar disorder

The link between bipolar disorder and creativity is well documented; this review article by CREST.BD members Drs. Greg Murray and Sheri Johnson explores the clinical aspects of creativity within bipolar disorder.