Mental Health

NIMH » One Year of Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics, and Anticipating New Challenges

This piece was authored in collaboration with leadership across NIH and represents a unified effort to meet the testing-related challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic with...

Why Don’t Doctors Listen to People with Bipolar Disorder? | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

Doctors often don’t listen to people with bipolar disorder or other mental illnesses. In fact, most people with bipolar disorder know, the instant a doctor sees “bipolar disorder” on your chart, you’re screwed. Now, don’t get me wrong, not...

Let’s Build Bipolar Pride Instead of Ending Bipolar Stigma | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

Today’s guest post is by Curtis Hier. He is a 34-year public school teacher with bipolar I disorder. Today, Curtis discusses how we should strive for bipolar pride over just ending bipolar stigma. Literature calling for an end to mental...

Weekly CEO Update: Outreach and connecting the community to the NDIS is a must

In amongst the ongoing debate and discussion around Independent Assessments in the NDIS, as well as a change in Minister, the silent success of the National Community Connectors Program (NCCP) and its huge potential nationally, seems to have gone...

Mental Health Privilege — What Is It? Do You Have It? | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

There is such a thing as mental health privilege. Most people, by now, know what racial privilege is — it’s the idea that some races (namely, caucasian, in North America) enjoy certain privileges that other races do not. Racial...

Weekly CEO Update: Coming up for air after a busy start to the year

Amongst new virus outbreaks leading to lockdowns, floods, vaccine roll-outs, ongoing challenges in economic recovery, post-pandemic plans, and upheaval and changes in portfolio leadership in Government, it’s sometimes hard to come up for air. Add in the fact that...

Myths About Bipolar and Brilliance, Genius — We’re Just People and That’s Okay | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

There’s a myth that people with bipolar disorder are brilliant. There’s a myth that people with bipolar disorder are geniuses. There’s a myth that bipolar disorder has made us “special.” None of this is true. People with bipolar disorder...

Weekly CEO Update: Embracing all that is good about Harmony Week and feeling at home

I was born and brought up in Tanzania, East Africa where my parents worked as teachers. When I moved to Australia at aged 12 I had a perspective on many things that was out of step with my peers’ experiences.  It...

Mental Health and Artificial Intelligence: Emotion Self-Regulation Tools | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

Today’s piece is sponsored by Larimar: Beyond Intelligence. Larimar is working on creating artificial intelligence-based emotion regulation tools. Read about their exciting developments below. Mental health is something that’s thought of as happening within oneself, but what if an artificial...
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