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Symptoms and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder

Written by Emilie Head Monday, 16 January 2012. Posted in Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder can be a difficult illness to both diagnose and to understand as there are variations in the symptoms and treatment. The first step is to ensure a proper diagnosis so that other possible conditions can be ruled out and a bespoke treatment plan can be created.

Mindfulness and coping with emotional issues – Dr Tamara Russell

Written by Dr Tamara Russell Friday, 13 January 2012. Posted in Treatments & Therapy

Managing the symptoms of Bipolar with Mindfulness

Written by Dr Tamara Russell Friday, 13 January 2012. Posted in Bipolar Disorder, Treatments & Therapy

The symptoms of Bipolar Disorder are unique to the individual and so should the treatment of Bipolar. Research as shown that Mindfulness Training can alleviate anxiety symptoms and that both depressive and mania symptoms can be reduced by Mindfulness Training. At Clinical Partners, our Clinical Psychologist, Dr Tamara Russell specialises in Mindfulness-based approaches to help clients suffering from Bipolar.

Treatment for sleep issues in later life

Written by Emilie Head Thursday, 12 January 2012. Posted in Treatments & Therapy

Treating depression in later life

Written by Emilie Head Thursday, 12 January 2012. Posted in Treatments & Therapy

Late-life depression can sometime be thought of as normal or inevitable but it shouldn't be and it can be successfully treated. Depression in later life can increase other physical illnesses so it is important to seek help and a proper assessment to identify the root cause of the problem. At Clinical Partners we have a team of qualified and empathetic therapists and psychiatrists with experience and expertise in this area who can help you.

Seeking treatment for self-harm

Written by Emilie Head Wednesday, 11 January 2012. Posted in Depression, Self Harm

For many people self harm is an issue difficult to understand. For those who self-harm it may feel like an addiction. It brings a release of emotion but only in the short-term. You want to stop but you don't know how to and it's the only thing that makes you feel better. If this is how you feel then please seek help. You don't deserve to feel like this and you can deal with life without hurting yourself. There is help available to you.

Understanding depression - why treatment is important

Written by Emilie Head Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Depression

Adjusting to a cancer diagnosis

Written by Emilie Head Wednesday, 14 December 2011.

Understanding Bipolar

Written by Emilie Head Friday, 09 December 2011. Posted in Bipolar Disorder

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