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Bipolar Disorder

Improving Self-Regulation of Communication in Patients Experiencing Bipolar Episodes

Browse our live and on-demand CBT and CT-R (Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy) training opportunities in our training catalog. One of the […]

Upcoming Live CBT Trainings at Beck Institute

Beck Institute hosts on-demand and live virtual trainings in CBT and Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) throughout the year. Our expert […]

The Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis: Establishing A Sense of Care, Trust, and Understanding

By Cory Newman, PhDBeck Institute Faculty Part of establishing a constructive therapeutic relationship with an individual diagnosed with bipolar disorder […]

CBT and rapid-cycling Bipolar Disorder

People diagnosed with rapid-cycling bipolar disorder experience four or more separate episodes of depression and hypomania within the span of […]

Bipolar Disorder benefits from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as part of treatment protocol

A recent review in Annals of General Psychiatry focuses on the current status of treatment protocols for Bipolar Disorder, which […]

Mental Imagery in Bipolar Affective Disorder versus Unipolar Depression during Times of ‘Positive’ Mood

OBJECTIVE: Compared to unipolar depression (UD), depressed mood in bipolar disorder (BD) has been associated with amplified negative mental imagery […]

CBT Improves Memory Functioning in Patients with Bipolar I Disorder

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) improves […]

A Monthly Summary of Beck Institute Updates [June 2013]

In its efforts to encourage the growth and dissemination of CBT throughout the world, Beck Institute has expanded its online […]

Generic Cognitive Model

As a way of simplifying the cognitive model to facilitate a more rapid formulation of a case, Dr. Aaron Beck […]