Bipolar Disorder Treatment
SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR ANNUAL CLICK EVENT!
Our presenter for the evening will be David Miklowitz!
Our presenter for the evening will be Beth Cooper!
Our presenter for the evening will be Irwin Rosenfarb!
Our presenter for the evening will be John McManamy!
Please join us for our third lecture of the free lecture series. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Russ Federman.This lecture is essential for any college bound student who struggles with a mental illness.
Please join us for our second lecture of the free lecture series. Our guest speaker will be Maggie Reese, author of "Runaway Mind."
Bipolar Disorder Symptoms Improved With Diet
Published by: Gabrielle Beasley
With nearly 2 million Americans suffering from Bipolar disorder, it is definitely not uncommon. Previously known as Manic-depressive disorder, Bipolar disorder involves extreme mood swings ranging from feelings of bliss to severe depression. Experts explain that while there is no current cure, this disorder can be controlled by using medications, therapy, and even a proper diet.
Thanks to a supporter's recommendation, IBF is looking into offering a support group for children who have bipolar disorder.
If you and your child are interested, please contact Care & Support Committee Chair ,Lisa Weinreb, at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her your child's name, age and gender.
Muffy Walker, President
International Bipolar Foundation
We recently included in My Support an article about a young lady in Canada who uses a "therapy dog" to help her with her anxiety & other symptoms related to her bipolar disorder. (read the article here)
I then met with Southern California's Tender Loving Canines. They are an organization who trains and places canine companions. Unfortunately they do not have as many trainers as they'd like and therefore have a limited number of dogs to place.