This program is perfect for you if...

if you're dealing with bipolar disorder and seeking effective ways to manage your symptoms.

Whether you experience manic episodes characterized by elevated moods, grandiosity, and impulsive behavior, or depressive episodes marked by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and fatigue, this program can provide you with the support and strategies you need to stabilize your mood and improve your quality of life. Through a combination of medication management, psychotherapy, and lifestyle adjustments, you'll learn how to recognize and manage your symptoms, develop healthy coping strategies, and maintain a stable, balanced mood over time. With the support of experienced professionals and a community of peers who understand what you're going through, you'll be able to achieve meaningful progress towards managing your bipolar disorder and living a more fulfilling, productive life.

What are the signs Bipolar disorder?

These extreme highs are typically called mania or hypomania and typically are associated with intense energy and irritability. You may be unusually talkative, wired, or carry a magnified sense of self-confidence or satisfaction. Your thoughts typically race and your energy increases. You may even feel like you don’t need sleep and typically cause poor decision making.
The extreme emotion lows are called a called a depressive episode. These are almost the complete opposite spectrum of emotions from mania. It comes with a deep sadness, emptiness or hopelessness. You typically feel like you sleep constantly or can’t fall sleep accompanied by exhaustion. During this episode, you typically isolate yourself and carry feelings of worthlessness. It can make your mind feel cloudy or make it hard to make decisions. These episodes can even carry suicidial ideations (Hyperlink to this page).
The manic or depression episode can each last a varied amount of time and can vary in severity.

How can I get help for it?

This condition can affect you in a variety of ways. It often affects your relationships, work, and overall health. Often times people with bipolar don’t even see the emotional instability that they deal with and how it causes disarry in their lives. Others may even enjoy the euphoria or productivity during the times of mania. Getting professional counseling for bipolar, can bring balance to your life and help get your symptoms under control to live a more productive and fullfilling life. At Hope Restored, we would love to help you in your journey!