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A Picture Can Say 1,000 Words

After taking dozens of photos of trains at commuter rail stations, Susan Camuti finally captured the image she was seeking. Using a specialized app on her smartphone, she transformed the image of an approaching train to depict what her mania feels like. “When I feel manic, it feels like a train is...

Using Digital Imagery, MyMoments Program Helps Enable Powerful Expression

A screen saver depicting hands of support becomes a much-needed reminder that family and friends are nearby. A photo of tangled phone cords helps to communicate how a manic cycle of bipolar disorder is experienced. An image of a disorderly living room serves as a visual warning sign of an upcoming...

Nancy A. Huxley, PhD

Nancy A. Huxley, PhD, has 30 years of research and clinical experience with bipolar and psychotic disorders. She additionally has extensive experience developing and administering inpatient and outpatient group therapy programs. Dr. Huxley co-developed the McLean GetFit Together fitness program and...