Are You Struggling With Bipolar Disorder?

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Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a mood disorder that causes episodes of depression and mania at various points. It can be severely debilitating to a person’s work, social, and personal life. Manic episodes may also include risky behavior, such as spending large sums of money, sexual activity, and drug use.

Available Treatment Options

Therapist interventions for Bipolar Disorder aim to address problematic behaviors resulting from the disorder, either by behavioral or cognitive interventions or by examining past trauma or experiences that may have exacerbated the condition. Therapists often advise people with BD to get on a medical regimen that helps regulate mood swings.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can change behavior and alter unhelpful thought patterns. Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT) works to increase adherence to medication regimens, help people with BD handle stressful experiences, and improve relationships.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Bipolar Disorder

Lisa Curtain, PMHNP-BC



My treatment philosophy centers around providing personalized and compassionate care to individuals struggling with mental health challenges. I believe in taking a holistic approach that considers the unique needs and experiences of each client. By fostering a collaborative and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship, I aim to empower individuals to explore their strengths, overcome obstacles, a...
At One Behavioral, I treat a variety of patients that include ages 18 and up and all socioeconomic ranges. Between our five locations, I aim to provide our patients with whatever they may need through our outpatient programs.

Joshua Werblin, MD



I offer an evidence-based medical practice that considers contemporary research and recent study trends. I adhere to the strict standards of care outlined by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. While every effort is made to minimize polypharmacy, the goal of treatment is your well-being and mental health, not a number, a dose, or a ...