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Mental Health and Behavior

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Mental Disorders: Anxiety Disorders | Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | Autism Spectrum Disorders | Bipolar Disorder | Child Behavior Disorders | Depression | Dissociative Disorders | Eating Disorders | Factitious Disorders | Impulse Control Disorders | Intellectual Disablities | Personality Disorders | Reactive Attachment Disorder | Schizophrenia | Somatoform Disorders

Substance Abuse: General Substance Abuse | Substance Abuse by Juveniles |Treatment of Substance Abuse | Specific Abused Substances

Other Topics: General Mental Health | Treatment of Mental Disorders | Grief | Stress | Suicide | Co-Dependency and Dysfunctional Families

Bipolar Disorder

(Jump to: Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents | General Information | Organizations | Treatment )

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
The Balanced Mind Foundation

General Information
Bipolar Disorder:NIMH
Bipolar Disorder:NAMI
Bipolar Disorder:DBSA
Bipolar Disorder:UpToDate Patient Information
Science News About Bipolar Disorder:NIMH
Bipolar Disorder:MedlinePlus

Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
Recovery Steps:DBSA
Finding Peace of Mind:Treatment Strategies for Depression and Bipolar Disorder:DBSA
What Medications Are Used to Treat Bipolar Disorder?:NIMH
Antipsychotic Drugs:Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs
Anticonvulsant Drugs:Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs
Using Technology for Alternative Treatments:DBSA
Management of Bipolar Disorder:American Association of Family Physicians
See also Treatment of Depression

Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents
Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens:NIMH
The Storm in my Brain: Kids and Mood Disorders:DBSA
Bipolar Disorder:Nemours Foundation [for Teens]

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