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Bipolar Disorder Experts

The TalkBD Bipolar Disorder Podcast gathers researchers, people with lived experience, clinicians, and top bipolar disorder experts from around the world to answer the most important questions about living with bipolar disorder. 

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The TalkBD Bipolar Disorder Podcast gathers researchers, people with lived experience, healthcare providers, and top bipolar disorder experts from around the world to discuss and answer the most important questions about living with bipolar disorder. Since our first episode during initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, TalkBD has continued to generate substantial interest and engagement, making it one of the top resources for people living with bipolar disorder and their loved ones.

We’ve designed each podcast episode to provide education on strategies to live well with bipolar disorder and share tools and resources for each topic. All TalkBD episodes also feature Q&A segments where our experts answer live audience questions from Zoom and YouTube. Learn more 

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Here’s what our viewers had to say about the TalkBD Bipolar Disorder Podcast:

I loved that there was a doctor (psychiatrist) able to explain in layman’s terms along with a person with lived experience with the disorder. Great combination, thank you so much!

“I have found each lecture very helpful, educating, and insightful. I appreciate the expertise of your guests as to complexity of BP Disorder. I have had a difficult time seeking a psychiatrist who has in depth knowledge about BP. I hope these panel talks continue after Covid19. Thank You.”

“This was so healing, I almost cried. It was helpful to hear others saying they do the same things I do. I feel less alone and more normal. Thank you for this experience.”