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The constant bombardment of news and social media updates on the coronavirus is upsetting and unsettling. Learn how to “switch off” with mindfulness.
The outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is stressful for everyone. Managing your bipolar disorder symptoms during these chaotic times is vital to your stability and well-being.
Jennifer F., one of our research participants, chronicles her time of self-isolation because of the Coronavirus and the things that helped her get through the illness
In these turbulent times, the risk of suicide is amplified. Here’s how to keep yourself and loved ones safe from this very real, but preventable, threat.
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The "Ask The Doctor" column is written for BP magazine by Melvin McInnis, M.D., the Prechter Program's research director.
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The Difference between Depression & Bipolar Depression
Video now available of the live presentation and Q&A
This award is the top international award for bipolar disorder; only 13 people have won it for research, and 11 for education, since the award was initiated in 2001.
Navigating Troubled Waters with Bipolar
Daniella is is one of the talented poets the Prechter Program is collaborating with.