Depression and Bipolar Blog Posts

 

Chronotherapy and Bipolar Disorder

Chronotherapy refers to treatments for depression, mania, or both, that focus on changing sleep and wakefulness patterns. This blog post ...
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CBASP Advanced Training and Certification for Gateway Therapists – Update

Gateway Psychiatric was established with the belief that in order to give our patients the best care possible, it is ...
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Predicting Lithium Response

Lithium is usually considered the most effective treatment for bipolar disorder. However, at least 30% of lithium-treated patients do not ...
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Lithium Associated Hypothyroidism May Be Reversible

People who develop hypothyroidism while using the mood stabilizer lithium may return to normal thyroid function after the drug is ...
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Ketamine Short Term Treatment Strategies

What are the best strategies for using ketamine to treat major depression in the short term? Although we know that ...
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Depression Resilience and Neural Connectivity

Much has been written about risk factors for depression but we know less about depression resilience factors. Why do some ...
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TMS Predictors of Outcome in Bipolar Depression and Unipolar Major Depression

What TMS predictors of outcome in bipolar depression and unipolar major depression can we use to identify those who are ...
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Shared Gene Expression in Mental Disorders

Four distinct psychiatric disorders – autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression – have shared gene expression, according to research published online Feb ...
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Specialty Care for Bipolar Matters

Bob Post (one of the most eminent psychiatrists of our time) published a passionate article in the March 2018 edition ...
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Brain Training for Bipolar

Cognitive problems are the rule rather than the exception for people with bipolar disorder and so the idea of brain ...
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