How to Survive a Bipolar Disorder with a Glasses-Free Mind
Bipolar disorder is the most common mental illness in the U.S. The diagnosis has also made it difficult to attain a steady income, and the cost of treatment has been on the rise.
However, one mental health therapist is trying to change that by giving her patients glasses-free mindsets.
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Michelle McBride, a psychologist and director of the Center for Counseling, Empowerment and Recovery, is offering a free online class called Glasses Free Minds.
The course is being offered by the University of Southern California, where McBride teaches courses in a mental health setting.
Students can register through a site called GlassFreeMinds.com, and will receive access to the online training.
McBride says that she hopes the class will give students a sense of purpose and help them understand their condition better.
“I think for students that are diagnosed with bipolar disorder, there are many barriers to living a good life.
They have many challenges to overcome,” McBride said.
She added that the online course offers students the chance to gain insight into their condition, and to see the benefits of mental health interventions that help patients with bipolar disorders.
The course is free, and students will receive a packet of tools and materials, along with a referral to the California Mental Health Institute.
The institute, which has been providing mental health services to patients with mental health disorders for more than 50 years, said it hopes to expand the program to other universities in the future.
It also offers a discount for families that can afford the class.
McBride has been offering the course for two years and has been able to reach hundreds of students through the site.
In addition to the class, McBride also offers workshops and seminars to help students understand the importance of healthy living, as well as mental health support services.