Bipolar Disorder Related Content
Actress Selena Gomez, a McLean Award winner, shares how she felt after her bipolar disorder diagnosis.
We all experience shifts in our moods at times. However, some people feel changes in mood differently. For people with bipolar disorder, experiencing heightened emotions and depressive states are often so intense that they interfere with everyday life. Bipolar disorder (BD) is both common and...
Dost Öngür, MD, PhD, and other experts examine the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of schizoaffective bipolar disorder.
Dr. Ann K. Shinn examines the impact of COVID-19 on individuals with serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
In the Media: Selena Gomez Reveals She’s Bipolar in Emotional Reunion With Miley Cyrus: ‘It Doesn’t Scare Me’
Selena Gomez, a McLean Award winner, talks about how McLean Hospital helped her understand her mental health diagnosis.
McLean OnTrack’s Kirsten Bolton, LICSW, on the best thing you can do for a friend with bipolar disorder.
In the Media: Can Early Symptoms Predict Bipolar Disorder? Evidence Shows Differing Patterns of Risk Factors
Dr. Ross Baldessarini and colleagues have published a new study that analyzes a pattern of psychiatric symptoms which may help identify the risk of developing bipolar disorder among young people.
In the Media: Revising the Results of Last Year’s Study, Posit Science Still Effectively Combats Dementia
Research from Dr. Kathryn Eve Lewandowski reveals that brain training can improve cognition for people with bipolar disorder.
“Improving these cognitive dysfunctions is crucial to helping patients with bipolar disorder improve their ability to thrive in the community.” – Dr. Katharyn Eve Lewandowski
New research from Dr. Katharyn Eve Lewandowski shows that cognitive remediation improves cognitive function in patients with bipolar disorder.
In the Media: Partners Connected Health Names a Team From McLean Hospital Winner of the 2017 Connected Health Innovation Challenge
McLean’s integrated group therapy (IGT) app will benefit individuals with both addiction and bipolar disorder.
Dr. Kathryn Eve Lewandowski’s recent study shows a connection between brain training and improvements for patients with bipolar disorder.
Dr. Kathryn Eve Lewandowski’s research shows bipolar disorder patients benefit from brain training.
Dr. Kathryn Eve Lewandowski’s new research shows that computerized brain training can result in improved cognitive skills in individuals with bipolar disorder.
Research conducted by Dr. Kathryn Eve Lewandowski finds computerized brain training can lead to improved cognitive skills in people with bipolar disorder.
Deconstructing Stigma participant Alan Scherer speaks out about his battle with bipolar disorder.
In postmortem studies of bipolar patients’ brains, McLean scientists found a link between the chemicals dependent on the body’s sleep cycle and parts of the brain that cause bipolar disorder.
Emily E. Carol, PhD, is the clinic director of the Support, Treatment, and Resilience (STAR) Program at McLean Hospital. In this role, she is involved in STAR’s clinical, outreach, research, and training initiatives. Her expertise is in early identification and intervention for emerging serious...
Allison Nelson-Eliot, MSW, LICSW, is the program director for McLean OnTrack, a first episode psychosis program for young adults. A licensed social worker since 1998, Ms. Nelson-Eliot joined the McLean staff in 2012. Prior to coming on board as a clinician at McLean OnTrack in 2017, Ms. Nelson-Eliot...
Since 2008, Kirsten W. Bolton, LICSW, has been working with patients and their families in the Division of Psychotic Disorders. A graduate of Simmons College, Ms. Bolton began her work at McLean as a clinical social worker in the Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Inpatient Program. She is now the...