How can psychologists make a diagnosis of bipolar disorder?
A psychologist will conduct a physical examination, ask about your symptoms, and request blood tests to see if another ailment is causing your symptoms. A psychological evaluation is performed if the doctor cannot uncover an underlying cause for your symptoms.
How do psychologists deal with bipolar disorder?
Bipolar disorder is treated with a variety of psychotherapies, including:
Is therapeutic interventions by psychologists effective in treating bipolar?
There are studies that show that psychotherapeutic interventions play a great role in reducing relapses and effective management of symptoms during the treatment of bipolar when combined with pharmaceutical intervention when compared to the latter alone.
What are the qualifications of psychologists who treat bipolar?
A psychologist treating bipolar will be a masters, Mphil or Phd or PsyD holder with specialization in psychology in a clinical setting.