Mind Matters Institute is dedicated to improving lives by providing high quality psychological services, conducting innovative research, and offering training and education programs that help put new scientific knowledge into routine clinical practice.
There are a variety of medications and therapies available to those suffering from bipolar disorder. Medications can help reduce symptoms and are recommended as the first-line treatment for bipolar disorder. People can also learn to manage their symptoms and improve...
Bipolar Disorder is considered a medical disorder, similar to diabetes. There are a variety of medications and therapies available to those suffering from bipolar disorder. Medications can help reduce symptoms and are recommended as the first-line treatment. Three...
About one in every 160 people (0.6%) develop bipolar disorder at some point in their life. It affects men and women at equal rates, and it’s found among all ages, races, ethnic groups, and social classes. Bipolar Disorder can affect multiple members within families....
Caring for a family member with mental illness can be a difficult and frustrating experience.
You’re not alone, as 10% of the population in the United States struggles with depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Unfortunately, few services are available to help family members learn the significant role they can play in their loved-one’s recovery.
There are evidence-based family therapies for severe mental illness that have been shown to be highly effective. Our clinicians and researchers have decades of experience doing ground-breaking work to bring this form of therapy to the mainstream.
We’re currently developing online education programs that will provide families like yours specific ways they can help their loved one and reduce the chances of relapse. We’re also dedicated to encouraging self-care for family members whose struggles often take a back seat.
Helping families create strong bonds is what we do. Even if you don’t have a family member with mental illness, we provide you with tools to help improve your relationships, your communication skills, and your collective problem-solving and coping skills.
Mind Matters Institute,
A Psychological Corporation
655 North Central Avenue, Suite 1704
Glendale, CA 91203
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