Online Bipolar Disorder therapists in Massachusetts

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Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Jadis DeShong-Venay, counselor/therapist
Bipolar Disorder

Jadis DeShong-Venay

Counselor/Therapist, Counselor
Through therapy, you'll learn effective strategies for managing mood swings, regulating emotions, and preventing relapse. I will provide you with practical tools and coping skills to navigate the highs and lows of bipolar disorder with greater stability and resilience so you can work towards healing and building a more balanced and fulfilling life.  
3 Years Experience
Online in Massachusetts
 therapist: Sarah McGowan, licensed clinical social worker
Bipolar Disorder

Sarah McGowan

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Through therapy, you'll learn effective strategies for managing mood swings, regulating emotions, and preventing relapse. I will provide you with practical tools and coping skills to navigate the highs and lows of bipolar disorder with greater stability and resilience so you can work towards healing and building a more balanced and fulfilling life.  
5 Years Experience
Online in Massachusetts
Becket, Massachusetts therapist: Rachel W. Bush, Ph.D., psychologist
Bipolar Disorder

Rachel W. Bush, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor with 500 Hour Training, International bestselling author on Self-love and Creativity
I am an expert on Bipolar disorders and have presented on this topic internationally on numerous occasions. In addition to excellent psychopharmacology acquiring DBT skills can be very useful in helping people handle their mood dysregulation with more comfort. Radical Acceptance of the illness is essential for medication management.  
33 Years Experience
In-Person in Becket, MA 01223
In-Person in Katonah, NY 10536
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Chaya Bhuvaneswaran MD, psychiatrist
Bipolar Disorder

Chaya Bhuvaneswaran MD

Psychiatrist, MD MPH
Therapy and medication management as well as mood episode relapse prevention for affective disorders.  
20 Years Experience
In-Person in Boston, MA 02116
Online in Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Dr. Lisa C. Watson, psychologist
Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Lisa C. Watson

Psychologist, PsyD, MPH
I support clients with bipolar disorder by helping them understand their mood patterns and triggers. Together, we develop strategies to manage mood swings and build routines that promote stability. I teach skills for coping with stress and improving relationships, emphasizing the importance of medication adherence and healthy lifestyle choices. Through personalized therapy, I guide clients in recognizing early signs of mood changes, fostering self-awareness, and developing effective management plans to lead balanced and fulfilling lives.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Massachusetts, PSYPACT states
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, CNMI, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Bipolar Disorder

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
I work closely with clients with Bipolar as they tend to appreciate a longer support plan where I help lead them through their bipolar episodes. The tools I have in my practice compliment really nicely to help them feel better.  
9 Years Experience
Mansfield, Massachusetts therapist: Joy Mental Health and Psychiatry, psychiatric nurse/therapist
Bipolar Disorder

Joy Mental Health and Psychiatry

Psychiatric Nurse/Therapist, board-certified APRN, PMHNP-BC
Bipolar disorder is typically treated with a combination of medication management and psychiatric evaluation. Here's a breakdown: Medication Management: Mood stabilizers: These are the mainstay of treatment, aiming to regulate extreme mood swings. Examples include lithium, lamotrigine, and valproic acid. Antipsychotics: These might be used during manic episodes to control symptoms like racing thoughts and delusions, or for long-term mood stabilization. Antidepressants: Used cautiously, antidepressants can help with bipolar depression, but must be combined with mood stabilizers to avoid triggering mania. Psychiatric Evaluation: Diagnosis: A psychiatrist will assess your symptoms, medical history, and family history to diagnose bipolar disorder and determine the specific type (bipolar I, II, etc.). Treatment Plan: They will develop a personalized treatment plan, including medication selection, dosage adjustments, and monitoring side effects. Psychotherapy: Therapy can help you understand your condition, develop coping mechanisms, and manage stress, which can trigger episodes. Finding the right medication combination often takes time, so close collaboration with your psychiatrist is crucial.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Mansfield, MA 02048
In-Person in Braintree, MA 02184
Online in Massachusetts
Santa Fe, New Mexico therapist: Dr. Amanda Roberts, psychologist
Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Amanda Roberts

Psychologist, PhD Clinical Psychology, Masters in Marriage Family Therapy
Work with bipolar disorder requires a solid knowledge of the biological basis of this spectrum condition and the nuances involved with a cycling mood disorder. Dr Roberts affirms the conviction that bipolarity can become an asset rather than a liability; indeed a prerequisite for excellence when channelled correctly. She will work closely with your psychiatric prescriber for a coordinated integrated care plan.  
39 Years Experience
Online in United Kingdom, Massachusetts, New Mexico, PSYPACT states
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, CNMI, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

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