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A growing body of evidence documents the value of structured psychotherapeutic interventions for the co-management of bipolar disorder in the context of ongoing medication treatment. This article reviews the rationale, elements, and outcomes for those psychosocial treatments for bipolar disorder that have been examined in randomized trials. The available evidence suggests that interventions delivered in individual, group, or family settings, can provide significant benefit to patients undergoing pharmacotherapy for bipolar disorder.


Journal article


CNS Spectr

Publication Date





27 - 32


Antipsychotic Agents, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Cognitive Therapy, Comorbidity, Family Therapy, Humans, Interpersonal Relations, Periodicity, Psychotherapy, Group