Managing Bipolar Depression: An Evidence-Based Approach – Free Webcast

There's a lot to know about bipolar and bipolar depression. How do I know? Because I've written about bipolar depression so many times it would make your head spin. And what I try to do is either present the human side of bipolar depression or the evidence-based side. Here are a few of the articles I've written on bipolar depression:
  • Atypical Depression More Common in People with Bipolar Disorder
  • How to Handle Treatment-Resistant Bipolar Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder - When to Get Off Antidepressants
  • Five New Bipolar Depression Treatments You Don't Know About Part 1 (and Part 2)
  • What is Treatment-Resistant Bipolar Disorder?
  • Treatment and the Prevention of Bipolar Depression Part 1 (and Part 2)
  • And on and on...
Well now I, and you, have the (FREE) chance to get a genuine look into bipolar depression from an evidence-based approach through the words of a leading psychiatrist.

Free Webcast on Managing Bipolar Depression

Here is the information on a FREE webcast by doctors (technically, for doctors) on an evidence-based approach to treating bipolar depression. I believe there will be a lot to learn here.


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