Getting Help for Bipolar  Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder – known as manic depression, involves mood swings between high-energy mania and low-energy depression.

There are different types:

Bipolar I (BPI)

Consists of manic and depressive episodes, often resulting in hospitalization.

Bipolar II (BPII)

Symptoms include depression and milder manic episodes called hypomania, which do not disrupt daily life as much.

Cyclothymic Disorder

A milder form lasting over two years with both hypomanic and depressive symptoms.

Mood fluctuations are common to all forms of bipolar disorder.



Manic Phase

An increase in energy and mood. An excessive sense of confidence or being invincible. Sleep deprivation. Being more talkative than usual or talking rapidly. An easily distracted mind and racing thoughts.

Depressive Phase

Feeling sad, hopeless, or empty inside. Loss of interest in activities. Fatigue or low energy. Concentration or decision-making difficulties. Suicidal thoughts.

What Causes This Condition?


Family history of bipolar disorder


Stressful periods

Abuse of alcohol or drugs

Major life changes

How We Can Help


We work with you to form a personalized treatment plan for your condition and its severity.

Medication Support

We can provide medication to manage your symptoms and help you to feel better.


You can learn coping strategies through our supportive psychotherapy, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

We’re Here for You


Even though taking some steps alone can be beneficial, talking to a mental health expert is often the best way to grasp what you're experiencing.
Licensed professionals at Goodness Psychiatry provide expert care for managing bipolar disorder.
Consider reaching out to us for support.

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