Bipolar Disorder Training

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For Adults with Bipolar Disorder, their Family Caregivers, and the General Public

Our webinar aired on June 10, 2015.

Presented by Gary Sachs, M.D.

Recorded version now available!

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The goals of the webinar were to guide families in
  • recognizing bipolar disorder
  • seeking treatment for themselves or their loved ones
  • effectively managing bipolar disorder, once diagnosed.

The training also covered the role of family members in helping someone with bipolar disorder and what to do if your loved one is manic or refusing treatment.

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About the Presenter:

Gary Sachs, MD, presents Bipolar Disorder in Adults webinar on June 10Gary Sachs, M.D., is Associate Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Founding Director of the MGH Bipolar Clinic and Research Program. He is Clinical Vice President at Bracket, LLC.

Dr. Sachs served as Principal Investigator of the NIMH Systematic Treatment Enhancement Program for Bipolar Disorder (STEP-BD). He has authored over 200 articles.

Dr. Sachs has received many awards, among them the Thouron Scholarship, Laughlin Fellowship, Dunlop Award, Dupont-Warren Fellowship and the Massachusetts Psychiatric Association Research Award. He is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.

He holds patents for methods to improve endpoint reliability in clinical trials and focuses his academic work on patient centered research and clinical trial methodology.

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Special thanks to the funders of our Bipolar Disorder Webinar:

Rebecca's Dream

 

 

 

 

 

Rebecca's Dream

Sunovion

Actavis + Allergan

and Lindner Center of HOPE

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