Join the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program for a dialogue about wellness and bipolar disorder. Our team of researchers, clinicians, and Prechter Program participants will discuss what wellness means when living with bipolar disorder, how individual lived experiences shape wellness, and how research plays a role in establishing wellness.
Dr. Sperry, a researcher in the Prechter Program and Clinical Psychologist in the Bipolar Clinic at Michigan Medicine, will speak about the importance of measuring well-being as an outcome in clinical care and research studies. She will discuss current research that highlights the need to re-define well-being, or, what it means to be living well with bipolar disorder. Dr. Sperry will end by introducing an important new initiative of the Prechter Program, the development of new tools to measure well-being, incorporating the perspective and voices of those with lived experience.
Prechter Program research participants will share their perspectives on wellness and how to sustain wellness with bipolar disorder in a roundtable discussion.
Join the Living Well with Bipolar Disorder webinar via Zoom. Register here!