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Physical

  1. Sylvia, L.G., Friedman, E.S., Kocsis, J., et al. (2013). Association of exercise with quality of life and mood symptoms in a comparative effectiveness study of bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 151: 722-727.
  2. De Almeida, K.M., Moreira, C.L., & Lafer, B. (2012). Metabolic syndrome and bipolar disorder: What should psychiatrists know? CNS Neuroscience and Therapeutics, 18: 160–166.
  3. Harris, A.H., Cronkite, R., & Moos, R. (2006). Physical activity, exercise coping, and depression in a 10 year cohort study of depressed patients. Journal of Affective Disorders, 93: 79–85.
  4. Sylvia L.G., Peters A.T., Deckersbach T., et al. (2013). Nutrient-based therapies for bipolar disorder: A systematic review. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 82: 10-19.
  5. Hirschfeld R.M., & Vornik L.A. (2005). Bipolar disorder—costs and comorbidity. American Journal of Managed Care, 11: S85–S90.
  6. Salloum I.M., & Thase M.E. (2000). Impact of substance abuse on the course and treatment of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 2: 269–280.
  7. Cardoso B.M., Sant’Anna M.K., Dias V.V., et al. (2008). The impact of co-morbid alcohol use disorder in bipolar patients. Alcohol, 42, 451–457.
  8. Heffner J.L., Strawn J.R., DelBello M.P., Strakowski S.M., & Anthenelli R.M. (2011). The Co-occurrence of Cigarette Smoking and Bipolar Disorder: Phenomenology and Treatment Considerations. Bipolar Disorders, 13(0): 439–453.
  9. Dell'Osso L., Carmassi C., Carlini M., et al. (2009). Sexual dysfunctions and suicidality in patients with bipolar disorder and unipolar depression. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 6: 3063–3070
  10. Mazza M., Harnic D., Catalano V., et al. (2010). Sexual behavior in women with bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 131: 364-367. Page 364.
  11. McCandless F., & Sladen C. (2003). Sexual health and women with bipolar disorder. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 44: 42-48.
  12. Bossini L., Fagiolini A., Valdagno M., et al. (2007). Sexual disorders and subjects treated for mood and anxiety diseases. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 27: 310-312.
  13. Sylvia L.G., Friedman E.S., Kocsis J., et al. (2013). Association of exercise with quality of life and mood symptoms in a comparative effectiveness study of bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 151: 722-727.
  14. Vornik L.A., & Brown E.S. (2006). Management of comorbid  bipolar disorder and substance abuse. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 67 (suppl 7), 24-30.
  15. Weiss R.D. (2004) Treating patients with bipolar disorder and substance dependence: lessons learned. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 27: 307-312.
  16. Schmitz J.M., Averill P.M., Sayre S.L., et al. (2002). Cognitive-behavioral treatment of bipolar disorder and substance abuse: A preliminary randomized study. Addiction Disorders Treatment, 1: 17-24.
  17. Kaltenhaler E., Pandor A., & Wong R. (2014). The effectiveness of sexual health interventions for people with severe mental illness: A systematic review. Health Technology Assessment, 18 (1): 5.

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Sleep

  1. Chen, X., Gelaye, B., & Williams, M.A. (2014). Sleep characteristics and health-related quality of life among a national sample of American young adults: Assessment of possible health disparities. Quality of Life Research, 23(2): 613-625.
  2. Murray, G., & Harvey, A. (2010). Circadian rhythms and sleep in bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 12: 459-472.
  3. Morin, M.M., & Espie, C.A. (Eds.). (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Sleep and Sleep Disorders. New York: Oxford University Press.
  4. Harvey, A.G., Schmidt, D.A., Scarna, A., Semler, C.N., & Goodwin, G. M. (2005). Sleep-related functioning in euthymic patients with bipolar disorder, patients with insomnia, and subjects without sleep problems. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162(1): 50-57.
  5. Dautovich, N.D., McNamara, J., Williams, J.M., Cross, N.J., & McCrae, C.S. (2010). Tackling sleeplessness: Psychological treatment options for insomnia. Journal of Nature and Science of Sleep, 2: 23-37.
  6. Kaplan, K.A., & Harvey, A.G. (2013). Behavioral treatment of insomnia in bipolar disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 170(7): 716-720.
  7. Frank, E. (2005). Treating bipolar disorder: A clinician's guide to interpersonal and social rhythm therapy. NY: Guilford Press.
  8. Harvey, A.G., Talbot, L.S., & Gershon, A. (2009). Sleep Disturbance in Bipolar Disorder Across the Lifespan. Clinical Psychology Review (New York), 16(2): 256-277.
  9. Grandin, L.D., Alloy, L.B., & Abramson, L.Y. (2006). The social zeitgeber theory, circadian rhythms, and mood disorders: Review and evaluation. Clinical Psychology Review, 26(6): 679-694.
  10. Suto, M., Murray, G., Hale, S., Amari, E., & Michalak, E. E. (2010). What works for people with bipolar disorder? Tips from the experts. Journal of Affective Disorders, 124(1-2): 76-84.

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Mood

  1. Ekman, P., & Davidson, R.J. (1994). The nature of emotion: Fundamental questions. Series in affective science. Oxford University Press, NY, NY, p. 496.
  2. Savitz, J., van der Merwe, L., & Ramesar, R. (2008). Dysthymic and anxiety-related personality traits in bipolar spectrum illness. Journal of Affective Disorders, 109: 305-311.
  3. Judd, L.L., Akiskal, H.S., Schettler, P.J., Endicott, J., Maser, J., Solomon, D.A., Leon, A.C., Rice, J.A., & Keller, M.B. (2002). The long-term natural history of the weekly symptomatic status of bipolar I disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry, 59: 530-537.
  4. Suto, M., Murray, G., Hale, S., Amari, E., & Michalak, E.E. (2010). What works for people with bipolar disorder? Tips from the experts. Journal of Affective Disorders,124: 76-84.
  5. Nemours Centre for Children’s Health Media. “Assertiveness”. TeensHealth. December 8, 2014. http://teenshealth.org/teen/your_mind/friends/assertive.html
  6. Judd, L.L., Akiskal, H.S., Schettler, P.J., Endicott, J., Maser, J., Solomon, D.A., Leon, A.C., Rice, J.A., & Keller, M.B. (2002). The long-term natural history of the weekly symptomatic status of bipolar I disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry, 59: 530-537.
  7. Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI). “Resources”. Centre for Clinical Interventions: Psychotherapy, Research, Training. December 8, 2014. http://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/resources/infopax.cfm?Info_ID=38
  8. Gilman, S.E., Ni, M.Y., Dunn, E.C., Breslau, J., McLaughlin, K.A., Smoller, J.W., & Perlis, R.H. (2015). Contributions of the social environment to first-onset and recurrent mania. Molecular Psychiatry, 20(3): 329-336.
  9. Lam, D.H., Jones, S.H., & Hayward, P. (2010). Cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: A therapist's guide to concepts, methods and practice (2nd ed.) Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, UK.
  10. Diflorio, A., & Jones, I. (2010). Is sex important? Gender differences in bipolar disorder. International Review of Psychiatry, 22: 437-452.
  11. Tsuchiya, K.J., Byrne, M., & Mortensen, P.B. (2003). Risk factors in relation to an emergence of bipolar disorder: A systematic review. Bipolar Disorders, 5: 231-242.
  12. Lam, D.H., Jones, S.H., & Hayward, P. (2010). Cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: A therapist's guide to concepts, methods and practice (2nd ed.) Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, UK.
  13. Zeschel, E., Correll, C.U., Haussleiter, I.S., Kruger-Ozgurdal, S., Leopold, K., Pfennig, A., Bechdolf, A., Bauer, M., & Juckel, G. (2013). The bipolar disorder prodrome revisited: Is there a symptomatic pattern? Journal of Affective Disorders, 151: 551-560.
  14. Mansell, W., Morrison, A.P., Reid, G., Lowens, I., & Tai, S. (2007). The interpretation of, and responses to, changes in internal states: An integrative cognitive model of mood swings and bipolar disorders. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 35: 515-539.
  15. Lam, D., Wong, G., & Sham, P. (2001). Prodromes, coping strategies and course of illness in bipolar affective disorder--a naturalistic study. Psychological Medicine, 31: 1397-1402.
  16. Lam, D.H., Watkins, E.R., Hayward, P., Bright, J., Wright, K., Kerr, N., Parr-Davis, G., & Sham, P. (2003). A randomized controlled study of cognitive therapy for relapse prevention for bipolar affective disorder: Outcome of the first year. Archives of General Psychiatry, 60: 145-152.
  17. Akiskal, H.S. (2005). Searching for behavioral indicators of bipolar II in patients presenting with major depressive episodes: The "red sign," the "rule of three" and other biographic signs of temperamental extravagance, activation and hypomania. Journal of Affective Disorders, 84: 279-290.
  18. American Psychiatric Association, (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5 (5th ed.). American Psychiatric Publication.
  19. Mazza, M., Harnic, D., Catalano, V., Di Nicola, M., Bruschi, A., Bria, P., Daniele, A., & Mazza, S. (2011). Sexual behavior in women with bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 131: 364-367.
  20. Mason, L., O'Sullivan, N., Blackburn, M., Bentall, R., & El-Deredy, W. (2012). I want it now! Neural correlates of hypersensitivity to immediate reward in hypomania. Biological Psychiatry, 71: 530-537.
  21. Lam, D.H., Jones, S.H., & Hayward, P. (2010). Cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: A therapist's guide to concepts, methods and practice (2nd ed.). Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, UK.
  22. Hoyer, J., Gloster, A.T., & Herzberg, P.Y. (2009). Is worry different from rumination? Yes, it is more predictive of psychopathology! Psycho-Social Medicine, 6: Doc 06.
  23. McLaughlin, K.A., Borkovec, T.D., & Sibrava, N.J. (2007). The effects of worry and rumination on affect states and cognitive activity. Behavior Therapy, 38: 23-38.
  24. Roelofs, J., Huibers, M., Peeters, F., Arntz, A., & van Os, J. (2008). Rumination and worrying as possible mediators in the relation between neuroticism and symptoms of depression and anxiety in clinically depressed individuals. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46: 1283-1289.
  25. Yook, K., Kim, K.H., Suh, S.Y., & Lee, K.S. (2010). Intolerance of uncertainty, worry, and rumination in major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24: 623-628.
  26. Cook, J.A., Copeland, M.E., Hamilton, M.M., Jonikas, J.A., Razzano, L.A., Floyd, C.B., Hudson, W.B., Macfarlane, R.T., & Grey, D.D. (2009). Initial outcomes of a mental illness self-management program based on wellness recovery action planning. Psychiatric Services, 60: 246-249.
  27. Fukui, S., Starnino, V.R., Susana, M., Davidson, L.J., Cook, K., Rapp, C.A., & Gowdy, E.A. (2011). Effect of Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) participation on psychiatric symptoms, sense of hope, and recovery. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 34: 214-222.

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Cognition

  1. Medalia, A. & Revheim, N. (2002). Dealing with Cognitive Dysfunction Associated with Psychiatric Disabilities.  New York State Office of Mental Health.  Available at http://www.omh.state.ny.us/omhweb/resources
  2. Mackala, S.A., Torres, I.J., Kozicky, J., Michalak, E.E., & Yatham, L.N. (2014). Cognitive performance and quality of life early in the course of bipolar disorder.  Journal of Affective Disorders, 168C: 119-124.
  3. Sole, B., Bonnin, C.M., Torrent, C., et al. (2012). Neurocognitive impairment across the bipolar spectrum. CNC Neurosciences & Therapeutics, 18: 194-200.
  4. Osuji, I.J., & Cullum, C.M. (2005). Cognition in bipolar disorder. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 28(2): 427-41
  5. Torres, I.J., & Malhi, G.S. (2010). Neurocognition in bipolar disorder. In: Yatham, L.N. & Maj, M. (Eds.) (2011). Bipolar disorder: clinical and neurobiological foundations, pg.71. John Wiley & Sons. 
  6. Weisenbach, S.L., Marshall, D., Weldon, A.L., Ryan, K.A., Vederman, A.C., Kamali, M., Zubieta, J.K., McInnis M.G., & Langenecker, S.A. (2014).  The double burden of age and disease on cognition and quality of life in bipolar disorder. Internal Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29(9): 952-961.
  7. Bowie, C.R., Gupta, M., & Holshausen, K. (2013). Cognitive remediation therapy for mood disorders: Rationale, early evidence, and future directions. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58: 319-325.
  8. Owen, A., Hampshire, A., Grahn, J.A., Stenton, R., Dajani, S., Burns, A.S., Howard, R., & Ballard, C.G. (2010).  Putting Brain Training to the Test.  Nature,  465(7299): 775-778.  

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Home

  1. Fagiolini, A., Kupfer, D.J., Masalehdan, A., Scott, J.A., Houck, P.R., & Frank, E. (2005). Functional impairment in the remission phase of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 7: 281–285.
  2. Steketee, G., & Frost, R. (2003). Compulsive hoarding: Current status of the research. Clinical Psychology Review, 23: 905-927.

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Self-esteem

  1. Smith, E. R., & Mackie, D. M. (2007). Social Psychology (3rd ed.). Hove: Psychology Press
  2. Harter, S. (1999). The construction of the self: A developmental perspective. New York: Guilford Press.
  3. Neff, K. (2003).  Self-Compassion: An Alternative Conceptualization of a Healthy Attitude Toward Oneself. Self and Identity, 2: 85–101.
  4. Barnard, L. K. & Curry, J. F. (2012). The relationship of clergy burn-out to self-compassion and other personality dimensions. Pastoral Psychology, 61(2): 149-163.
  5. MacBeth, A. & Gumley, A. (2012). Exploring compassion: A meta- analysis of the association between self-compassion and psycho- pathology. Clinical Psychology Review, 32(6): 545-552.
  6. Leary, M. R., Tate, E. B., Adams, C. E., Batts Allen, A., & Hancook, J. (2007). Self-Compassion and Reactions to Unpleasant Self-Relevant Events: The implications of treating oneself kindly. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(5): 887.
  7. Neff, K. D., & Costigan, A. P. (2014).  Self-compassion, wellbeing, and happiness. Psychologie in Österreich, 114-117.
  8. Nilsson, K.K., Jorgenson, C.R., Craig, T.K.J., et al. (2010). Self-esteem in remitted bipolar disorder patients: A meta-analysis. Bipolar Disorders, 12: 585-92.
  9. Suto, M., Livingston, J.D., Hole, R., et al. (2012). Stigma shrinks my bubble: A qualitative study of understandings and experiences of stigma and bipolar disorder. Stigma Research and Action, 2: 85-92.

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Money

  1. Kennedy, S.H., Welsh, B.R., & Fulton, K. et al. (2010), Frequency and correlates of gambling problems in outpatients with major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 55: 568-576. 
  2. McIntyre, R.S., McElroy, S.L., Konarski, J.Z., et al. (2007). Problem gambling in bipolar disorder: Results from the Canadian Community Health Survey. Journal of Affective Disorders, 102: 27-34.
  3. Michalak. E.E., Yatham. L.N., Maxwell. V., Hale S., & Lam R.W. (2007). The impact of bipolar disorder upon work functioning: A qualitative analysis. Bipolar Disorders, 9: 126-143
  4. Lobban. F., Taylor. K., Murray. C., & Jones. S. (2012). Bipolar Disorder is a two edged sword: a qualitative study to understand the positive edge. Journal of Affective Disorders, 141(2): 204-212.
  5. Elbogen. E.B., Wilder. C., Swartz. M.S., & Swanson. J.W. (2008) Caregivers as Money Managers for Adults with Severe Mental Illness: How Treatment Providers Can Help. Academic Psychiatry, 32: 2.

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Leisure

  1. Rosa. A.R., Reinares. M., Michalak. E.E., et al. (2010). Functional impairment and disability across mood states in bipolar disorder. Value In Health, 13: 984-988.
  2. Iwasaki. Y., Coyle, C., Shank J., et al. (2013). Leisure-generated meanings and active living for persons with mental illness. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57: 46-56.
  3. Mansell, W., Powell, S., Pedley, R., et al. (2010). The process of recovery from bipolar I disorder: A qualitative analysis of personal accounts in relation to an integrative cognitive model. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 49: 193-215.
  4. Stebbins, R.A. (2008). Right leisure: serious, casual, or project based? NeuroRehabilitation, 23: 335-341.  

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Relationships

  1. Thoits, P.A. (1985). Social support processes and psychological well-being: theoretical possibilities. In: Sarason, I.G., Sarason, B.R. (Eds.). Social Support: Theory Research and Applications. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhof.
  2. Uchino, B. N., Cacioppo, J. T., & Kiecolt-Glaser, J. (1996). The relation- ship between social support and physiological processes: A review with emphasis on underlying mechanisms and implications for health. Psychological Bulletin, 119: 488-531.
  3. Townley, G., Miller, H., & Kloos, B. (2013). A little goes a long way: The impact of distal social support on community integration and recovery of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 52(1-2): 84-96.
  4. Blairy, S., Linotte, S., Souery, D., Papadimitriou, G.N., Dikeos, D., Lerer, B., Kaneva, R., Milanova, V., Serretti, A., Macciardi, F., & Mendlewicz, J. (2004) Social adjustment and self-esteem of bipolar patients: A multicentric study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 79: 97-103.
  5. Johnson, S.L., Winett, C.A., Meyer, B., & Greenhouse, W.J. (1999). Social Support and the Course of Bipolar Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 108(4): 558-566.
  6. O’Connell, R.A., Mayo, J.A., Flatow, L., Cuthbertson, B., & O’Brien, B.E. (1991) Outcome of bipolar disorder on long-term treatment with lithium. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 159: 123–129.
  7. Cohen, A.N., Hammen, C., Henry, R.M., & Daley, S.E. (2004) Effects of stress and social support on recurrence in bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 82: 143-147.
  8. Cecil, H., Stanley, M. A., Carrion, P. G., & Swann, A. (1995). Psycho- metric properties of the MSPSS and NOS in psychiatric outpatients. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 51: 593-602.
  9. Romans, S. E., & McPherson, H. M. (1992). The social networks of bipolar affective disorder patients. Journal of Affective Disorders, 25: 221-228.
  10. Bauwens, F., Tracy, A., Pardoen, D., Vander Elst, M., & Mendlewicz, J. (1991). Social adjustment of remitted bipolar and unipolar outpatients. A comparison with age- and sex-matched controls. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 159: 239-44.
  11. Ng, T. H., & Johnson, S. L. (2013). Rejection sensitivity is associated with quality of life, psychosocial outcome, and the course of depression in euthymic patients with bipolar I disorder. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37(6): 1169-1178.
  12. Miklowitz, D.J., George, E.L., Axelson, D.A., Kim, E.Y., Birmaher, B., Schneck, C., Beresford, C., Craighead, W.E., & Brent, D.A. (2004). Family focused treatment for adolescents with bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 82S: 113–128.
  13. Johnson, L., Lundstrom, O., Aberg-Wistedt, A., & Mathe, A.A. (2003). Social Support in bipolar disorder : Its relevance to remission and relapse. Bipolar Disorders, 5 (2): 129–137. 
  14. Proudfoot, J.G., Jayawant, A., Whitton, A.E., Parker, G., Manicavasaga, V., Smith, M., & Nicholas, J. (2012). Mechanisms underpinning effective peer support: A qualitative analysis of interactions between expert peers and patients newly-diagnosed with bipolar disorder. BioMed Central Psychiatry, 12: 196.

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Spiritual

  1. Koenig, H.G. (2000) Religion, spirituality and medicine: Application to clinical practice. Journal of the American Medical Association, 284: 1708.
  2. The Royal College of Psychiatrists. Spirituality and Mental Health. http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mentalhealthinformation/therapies/spiritualityandmentalhealth.aspx, accessed June, 2006.
  3. Ellison, C.G., & Levin, J.S. (1998) The religion-health connection: Evidence, theory, and future directions. Health Education and Behavior, 25: 700-720.
  4. Taylor, S.E. (1989) Positive Illusions: Creative Self-Deception and the Healthy Mind. New York: Basic Books.
  5. Fabricatore, A. N. Handal, P. J, Rubio, D. M., &. Gilner, F. H. (2004) Stress, Religion, and Mental Health: Religious Coping in Mediating and Moderating Roles: I. Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 14(2): 91-108.
  6. Koenig, H.G., King, D.E., & Carson, V.B. (2012). Handbook of Religion and Health (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
  7. Stroppa, A., & Moreira-Almeida, A. (2013). Religiosity, mood symptoms, and quality of life in bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 15: 385–393.
  8. King, M., Speck, P., & Thomas, A. (1994). Spiritual and religious beliefs in acute illness—is this a feasible area for study? Social Science & Medicine, 38: 631–636.
  9. Mitchell, L., & Romans, S. (2003). Spiritual beliefs in bipolar disorder: Their relevance for illness management. Journal of Affective Disorders, 75: 247–257.
  10. Pargament, K.I. (2007). Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy. New York: Guildford Press.
  11. Michalak, E.E., Yatham, L.N., Kolesar, S., & Lam, R.W. (2006). Bipolar disorder and quality of life: A patient-centered perspective. Quality of Life Research, 15(1): 25-37.
  12. American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed., text rev.). Author: Washington, DC. 

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Independence

  1. Ryff, C.D. & Keyes, C.L.M. (1995) The structure of psychological well-being revisited. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69(4): 719.
  2. Michalak, E. E., Yatham, L. N., Kolesar, S., & Lam, R. W. (2006). Bipolar disorder and quality of life: A patient centered perspective. Quality of Life Research, 15(1): 25-37.
  3. World Health Organization. (2010) User empowerment in mental health: a statement by the WHO Regional Office for Europe. Copenhagen: World Health Organization. 
  4. Scanlan, J.N., & Still, M. (2013). Functional profile of mental health consumers assessed by occupational therapists: Level of independence and associations with functional cognition. Psychiatry Research, 208: 29–32.
  5. Fernandez, M.E., Breen, L.J., & Simpson, T.A. (2014). Renegotiating Identities: Experiences of Loss and Recovery for Women With Bipolar Disorder. Quality of Health Research, 24: 890.

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Identity

  1. Michalak, E.E., Livingston, J.D., Hole, R., Suto, M., Hale, S., & Haddock, C. (2011) 'It’s something that I manage but it is not who I am’: Reflections on internalized stigma in individuals with bipolar disorder. Chronic Illness, 7: 209-24.
  2. Lally, S.J. (1989) “Does being here mean there is something wrong with me?” Schizophrenia Bulletin, 15: 253-265.
  3. Inder, M.L., Crowe, M.T., Moor, S., et al. (2008). "I actually don't know who I am": The impact of bipolar disorder on the development of self. Psychiatry, 71: 123-133.
  4. Yanos, P.T., Roe, D., & Lysaker, P.H. (2010). The impact of illness identity on recovery from severe mental illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 13: 73-93.
  5. Michalak, E.E., Livingston, J.D., Hole, R., Suto, M., Hale, S., & Haddock, C. (2011) 'It’s something that I manage but it is not who I am’: Reflections on internalized stigma in individuals with bipolar disorder. Chronic Illness, 7: 209-24.
  6. Yanos, P.T., Roe, D., & Lysaker, P.H. (2011). Narrative enhancement and cognitive therapy: A new group-based treatment for internalized stigma among persons with severe mental illness. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61: 576-595.

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Work

  1. Marwaha, S., Durrani, A. & Singh, S. (2013) Employment outcomes in people with bipolar disorder: A systematic review. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 128: 179-193.
  2. Tse, S., Chan, S., Ng, K. L. & Yatham, L. N. (2013). Meta-analysis of predictors of favorable employment outcomes among individuals with bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 16(3): 217-229.
  3. Michalak, E.E., Yatham, L.N., Maxwell, V., Hale, S. & Lam, R.W. (2007). The impact of bipolar disorder upon work functioning: A qualitative analysis. Bipolar Disorders, 9: 126-143.
  4. Tse, S. & Yeats, M. (2002). What helps people with bipolar affective disorder succeed in employment: A grounded theory approach. Work (Reading, Mass.) 19, 47-62.
  5. Cross, W. & Walsh, K. (2012). Star Shots: Stigma, self-disclosure and celebrity in bipolar disorder. In: Barnhill, J. (Ed.). Bipolar Disorder - A Portrait of a Complex Mood Disorder. In: Tech, http://www.intechopen.com/books/bipolar-disorder-a-portrait-of-a-complex-mood-disorder
  6. Corrigan, P. W., Kosyluk, K. A. & Ruesch, N. (2013). Reducing Self-Stigma by Coming Out Proud. American Journal of Public Health, 103: 794-800.
  7. Campbell, K., Bond, G. R. & Drake, R. E. (2011). Who Benefits From Supported Employment: A Meta-analytic Study. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 37: 370-380.
  8. Heslin, M., et al. (2011). Randomized controlled trial of supported employment in England: 2 year follow-up of the Supported Work and Needs (SWAN) study. World Psychiatry, 10: 132-137.
  9. Howard, L. M., et al. (2010). Supported employment: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 196: 404-411.
  10. Tse, S. (2002). Practice guidelines: Therapeutic interventions aimed at assisting people with bipolar affective disorder achieve their vocational goals. Work (Reading, Mass.), 19: 167-179.
  11. Woodside, H., Schell, L., & Allison-Hedges, J. (2006). Listening for recovery: The vocational success of people living with mental illness. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73(1): 36-43.

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Study

  1. Schoeyen, H.K., Birkenaes, A.B., Vaaler, A.E., et al. (2011). Bipolar disorder patients have similar levels of education but lower socioeconomic status than the general population. Journal of Affective Disorders, 129: 68-74.
  2. Ellison M. L, Rogers, E.S., & Costa, A. (2013). Supporting the education goals of young adults with psychiatric disabilities. In M. Davis (ed.), Tools for system transformation for young adults with psychiatric disabilities: State of the science papers. Worcester, MA.
  3. Ellison, M.L., Russinova, Z., Lyass, A., & Rogers, E.S. (2008). Professionals and managers with severe mental illnesses: Findings from a national survey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196(3): 179-189.
  4. Knis-Matthews, L., Bokara, J., DeMeo, L., Lepore, N., & Mavus, L. (2007). The meaning of higher education for people diagnosed with a mental illness: Four students share their experiences. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 31(2): 107-114.
  5. Demery R., Thirlaway, K., & Mercer, J. (2012). The experiences of university students with a mood disorder. Disability & Society, 27(4): 519-533.
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Healthcare Providers

  1. Michalak, E.E., & Murray, G. (2010). A clinician's guide to psychosocial functioning and quality of life in bipolar disorder. In: Young, A., Ferrier, N., &  Michalak, E.E. (Eds.), Practical Management of Bipolar Disorder, pp. 163-174. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Colom, F., Vieta, E., & Scott, J. (2006). Psychoeducation Manual for Bipolar Disorder. NY, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Frank, E. (2005). Treating bipolar disorder: A clinician's guide to interpersonal and social rhythm therapy. NY, NY: Guilford Press.
  4. Jones, S. H., Barrowclough, C., Allott, R., Day, C., Earnshaw, P., & Wilson, I. (2011). Integrated motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioural therapy for bipolar disorder with comorbid substance use. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 18(5): 426-437.
  5. Lam, D. H., Jones, S. H., & Hayward, P. (2010). Cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: A therapist's guide to concepts, methods and practice (2nd ed.). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
  6. Miklowitz, D. (2008). Bipolar Disorder: A Family-focused Treatment Approach (2nd ed.). NY, NY: Guilford Press.
  7. Murray, G. (2012). Bipolar disorder: An update for psychologists. InPsych: The bulletin of The Australian Psychological Society Limited, 34: 11-13.
  8. Reiser, R. P., & Thompson, L. W. (2005). Bipolar disorder: Advances in psychotherapy: Evidence-based practice. Cambridge, MA: Hogrefe & Huber Publishers.

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