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Bipolar Treatment In Denver

Living with Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder takes a toll on your relationships, work, school, and your emotions.

Our Bipolar Disorder treatment in Denver, Colorado will help you understand how to manage your life so you can continue to thrive.

There is hope when living with Bipolar Disorder! It means learning how to adapt your lifestyle to manage your moods and emotions.

You’re not alone. Many people have found a way to lead successful lives when living with this mood disorder.

 

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Deal with the emotional highs and lows

Coping with your moods and emotions will require some planning, support, and understanding.

Learn HOw To Manage your lifestyle

Living with Bipolar Disorder means learning how to manage your lifestyle to help you thrive and be successful.

You can live a successful life with Bipolar Disorder!

You might feel like you won’t be able to live your life the way you had hoped. Many people lead successful lives with Bipolar Disorder.

Denver Bipolar Disorder Counseling

Understanding Bipolar Disorder

Have you been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder or suspect you might be experiencing this mood disorder? It can be a difficult mental health issue if left untreated and may require some support from a Denver Bipolar Disorder therapist.

Major changes in your mood and energy levels are the hallmark of Bipolar Disorder. The severe ups and downs in your emotions are more extreme than the typical changes most people experience.

Some of the common signs that you’re experiencing Bipolar Disorder include:

    • Extreme changes in your mood
    • Mania – an increase in energy and loss of sleep
    • Depression – a loss of energy and motivation
    • Mood swings that last hours, days, weeks, months
    • Reckless or impulsive behavior
    • Easily distracted or difficulty focusing
    • Prolonged sadness or crying spells
    • Persistent loss of energy or feeling lethargic

    If you’re experiencing this problem our Bipolar Disorder counselor in Denver can give you the guidance you need.

    Counseling Can Help You Manage Medication for Bipolar Disorder

     

    Treatment for Bipolar Disorder often requires  maintaining medication. The doctor that prescribes your medication might only see you for 15 minutes every few months. Working with a Denver Bipolar Disorder counselor will help you understand why medication is a part of your life and how to manage it effectively. 

    Your counselor can also help you communicate with your psychiatrist or doctor about  your medication for any symptoms or side effects they might not be able to see. 

    Denver Bipolar Disorder Therapist

    Meet Karyn Resch A Bipolar Disorder Counselor in Denver

    Do you need support to live with Bipolar Disorder?

    I’m a counselor in Denver that specializes in bipolar treatment.

    Many people lead successful lives with this challenge.

    Call or e-mail to meet me!

     

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    Bipolar Disorder Treatment Options

    Individual Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

    Individual anger counseling gives you the time and personal attention to address your specific challenges.

    Adolescent and Family Counseling

    Early diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder can help your child and family learn how to adjust to a new lifestyle.

    Bipolar Disorder Therapy in Denver

    Support for Adolescents and Young Adults

     Bipolar Disorder Can Be Diagnosed Early

    The symptoms of bipolar disorder often begin to emerge in the adolescent and young adult years of life. Recognizing this mood disorder early can help to manage the problem before it causes other significant issues in life.

    We specialize in treating bipolar disorder for teens and young adults in Denver, Colorado. Working with a therapist that understands these unique challenges can make a big difference.

    Parents of Children with Bipolar Disorder

    Has your son or daughter recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder? You might be worried about what this means for your child’s future. With the right support your child can lead a successful life with Bipolar disorder.

     

    Teens & Young Adults with Bipolar Disorder

     

    >  Understanding medication

    >  Managing your lifestyle

    >  Hope for leading a successful life

    >  Support & understanding

     

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is Bipolar Disorder?

    Bipolar Disorder is a mood disorder with severe changes in your mood and energy levels. The two changes in your moods are known as manic or depressive. These changes can last several hours, days, weeks, or months.

    Can Bipolar disorder Be Cured?

    There is no known cure for Bipolar Disorder. It’s a chronic mental health issue which means you’ll probably have to take steps to manage your mental health throughout your entire life. There are many ways to improve and manage your life after being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.

    How is Bipolar Disorder Treated?

    Bipolar Disorder can be managed successfully with psychotherapy, medication, and lifestyle changes. Counseling provides guidance and education such as sleep habits, building a support network, and a wellness plan that allows you to manage your moods effectively.

    What's The difference between Bipolar I and Bipolar II?

    Bipolar I is characterized by episodes of depression and mania. Bipolar II will have longer periods of depression and shorter periods of mania known as hypomania. Bipolar II is a different type of the disorder, not a less severe diagnosis and should be treated seriously.

    How Do you diagnose Bipolar Disorder?

    A doctor, psychiatrist, or licensed mental health professional may diagnose Bipolar Disorder. A diagnosis is based on your symptoms, the patterns of your mood changes, and your family history. The four types of diagnoses are Bipolar 1 Disorder, Bipolar 2 Disorder, Bipolar Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, and Cyclothymia.

    Why do I need medication for Bipolar Disorder?

    Bipolar Disorder is a biologically based mental illness caused by the imbalance of chemicals in your brain called neurotransmitters. This chemical imbalance is treated with medication that needs to be properly managed. Medication can create a foundation for you to gain control of your life. 

    What's the difference between Bipolar Disorder and Depression?

    The main difference between Bipolar Disorder and Depression is having an experience called mania. Mania is a period of an elevated mood with symptoms like a decreased need for sleep, inflated self-esteem, talking too much or too fast, or impulsive behavior. 

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