Bipolar I Disorder Worksheet

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What are the theories behind this worksheet?

Person-centered therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are two major psychological theories that provide the foundation for the Bipolar I Disorder Worksheet. 

Based on cognitive behavioral therapy, the worksheet integrates psychoeducational components by providing a definition of bipolar I disorder, highlighting salient features, and identifying risk factors and indicators.

How will this worksheet help you?

The Bipolar I Disorder Worksheet offers users several comprehensive benefits. First and foremost, it provides psychoeducation, assisting people in comprehending the nature of Bipolar I Disorder and its symptoms, hence cultivating a basis for knowledgeable introspection. 

The worksheet promotes increased self-awareness by asking users to recognize mood episodes’ influence on day-to-day living and triggers.

How should you use this worksheet?

The Bipolar I Disorder Worksheet is a useful and well-organized tool for therapists during clinical sessions.

 It allows therapists to dig into significant aspects of the client’s experience and provides a structure for talking about mood swings, triggers, and how they affect day-to-day functioning.

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