What is Depression/Bipolar Therapy?

Category: Psychotherapy

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Through a combination of therapies and lifestyle changes, bipolar patients can manage their disorder.

Side effects

Side effects as an overall problem

side_effects of Depression/Bipolar Therapy"

Severe
0
Moderate
1
Mild
1
None
18

Dosages

Most common dosages (by patients currently going to Depression/Bipolar Therapy)
Dosage Patients
weekly 9
60 min weekly 6
monthly 4
weekly 3
daily 3
monthly 3
weekly 3
weekly 3
50 min monthly 2
60 min monthly 2
Why Patients Stopped Depression/bipolar therapy (multiple reasons could be selected)
Reason Patients
Other 8
Felt finished with this treatment 4
This type of therapy or counseling didn't seem to help 3
Expense 3
This particular therapist or program didn't seem to help 3
Completed the number of sessions covered by my insurance 3
Found another therapist or program I preferred 2
Change in health plan coverage 2
I didn't have enough time 1
Course of treatment ended 1
Doctor's advice 1
See all 14 patients who’ve stopped going to Depression/Bipolar Therapy

Duration

How Long Current Patients Have Been In Depression/Bipolar Therapy
Duration Patients
0-1 month 0
1-3 months 0
3-6 months 0
6 months-1 year 0
1-2 years 1
2 years or more 13
Stopped Going to Depression/Bipolar Therapy
Duration Patients
0-1 month 2
1-3 months 1
3-6 months 1
6 months-1 year 6
1-2 years 2
2 years or more 3
Adherence
Always
12 60%
Usually
4 20%
Sometimes
1 5%
Never
3 15%
Burden
Very
1 5%
Somewhat
4 20%
A little
6 30%
Not at all
9 45%
Cost per month
$200+
2 18%
$100-199
2 18%
$50-99
1 9%
$25-49
0 0%
< $25
6 55%
Last updated:
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