Dr. Sara Tai is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester and a Consultant Clinical Psychologist whose research focuses on the science and practice of psychological interventions including Cognitive Theory and Perceptual Control Theory.
She is the co-author of a number of books including “A Transdiagnostic Approach to CBT using Method of Levels Therapy”, and is currently involved in clinical trials and experimental research developing psychological interventions for psychosis and bipolar disorders in Texas, Philadelphia, Illinois, Beijing, Europe and the UK.
Today’s episode is an oft requested, and long overdue, delve into how people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder can take control of their own recovery.
Based on the recent paper “Living the Life You Want Following a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder“, we explore the ten most important aspects of recovery as reported by people previously diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
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