Talks and Trainings on Bipolar Disorder
Dr. Atkins provides a broad range of presentations on the topic of Bipolar Disorder. These include general education, as well as in-depth half day and day-long trainings for medical and mental-health professionals. Talks are geared to the needs of the attendees and hosting organization(s), and where appropriate CME, CEU and CU credits can be arranged.
Starting in Fall 2012 Dr. Atkins will provide day-long trainings entitled--"Bipolar Disorder: Early Diagnosis to Remission and Recovery" through Premier Education Solutions. Click to view the program brochure. Trainings are currently scheduled in CT, RI and OH.
The Bipolar Disorder Answer Book
--More than 275 Answers to your most-pressing questions--
A must-have shelf-reference from Sourcebooks that provides need-to-know facts on bipolar disorder
Approximately 5.7 million Americans have bipolar disorder, a brain disorder also known as manic-depressive illness. The Bipolar Answer Book is an authoritative reference for people with Bipolar Disorder and their loved ones, providing sound advice and immediate answers to their most pressing questions.
Written by an experienced psychiatrist, The Bipolar Answer Book covers such topics as:
The Bipolar Disorder Answer Book offers up clear, confident counsel in an easy-to-read Q&A format that explains confusing medical lingo and guides readers through the world of bipolar disorder.
Charles Atkins, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist working in Waterbury, Connecticut. He’s on the clinical faculty at Yale University, where he trained. He has published over a hundred articles and columns, as well as psychological thrillers, including one with a hero who has bipolar disorder. His website is www.charlesatkins.com.
Purchase THE BIPOLAR DISORDER ANSWER BOOK locally or by following the link below to:
Listed in the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) October book shelf
To hear a recent interview where I discuss Bipolar Disorder with Dr. Pat Bacilli on "The Dr. Pat Show" click on the following link. http://www.thedrpatshow.com/guests.php?guest=620
The following are some useful resources on Bipolar Disorder