Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Bipolar Disorder
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Primary Changes: Updated for readability and clarity. Reviewed and added relevant resources. Added “Are There Any Drawbacks to Using CBT for Bipolar Disorder?”. New material written by Eric Patterson, LPC and reviewed by Kristen Fuller, MD.
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Reviewer: Maria Simbra, MD, MPH