CU Anschutz turns in high-profile research on children, bipolar disorderDepartment of Psychiatry Jan 24, 2020
Researchers found two treatments were more effective at delaying new and recurring bipolar symptoms: 12 sessions of teaching families better communication skills or six sessions of traditional psychoeducation to help patients understand and cope with their symptoms.
The treatments in the study took place at UCLA, two Colorado campuses and Stanford University."
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The Gazette, Jan 24, 2020