STABILISE: Study of Therapy for Bipolar Inter-episode Symptoms
This study looks at a talking therapy programme for people with bipolar or cyclothymic disorder who are currently experiencing ongoing low mood or mood swings outside of major episodes of depression or mania. The therapy programme involves up to around 20 individual therapy sessions of behavioural therapy that has been specially designed to support people experiencing these ongoing symptoms.
More details about the study and how to take part, can be found at STABILISE: Study of Therapy for Bipolar Inter-episode Symptoms.
Caffeine and Bipolar research
Caffeine and Bipolar: PhD student Samantha Eden has carried out research into how caffeine interacts with mood and with exercise in people with bipolar. To read more about some of her findings visit the Caffeine and Bipolar research page.