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Bipolar disorder is characterized by intense and swift mood changes that can make everyday life a challenge. There are multiple types of bipolar disorder (formerly called manic-depressive), and each are characterized by their levels of ups and downs as well as the length of symptoms.

If you believe you have bipolar disorder, the time to seek help is now. Wherever you are located in Oregon from Albany to Tigard or even Keizer, or anywhere else nearby, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

When it comes to bipolar disorder, there are two classes of symptoms, mania and depression, that alternate for specific episodes. These cause feelings of highs and lows.

  • Mania: restlessness, overconfidence, having loads of energy, feeling extremely happy, feeling like your thoughts are racing.
  • Depression: sadness, hopelessness, fatigue, being unable to concentrate, decreased interest in daily activities or relationships.

You may not experience these exact symptoms, as bipolar disorder symptoms can vary greatly from individual to individual. Less severe symptoms are often caused by Cyclothymic disorder, which is related to bipolar disorder.

If you’d like to know more about bipolar disorder symptoms, this article details differences between manic and depressive episodes. If you think you may be suffering from bipolar disorder, the best thing you can do is seek help from a therapist.

Seek Bipolar Disorder Therapy Today!

The sooner you seek treatment for bipolar disorder, the sooner you can begin to understand and cope with your mood swings. And Mental Health Match can help you get started by quickly matching you with a professional therapist. Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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I specialize in trauma, PTSD, anxious and depressed moods, and sexual abuse.


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I specialize in trauma, PTSD, anxious and depressed moods, and sexual abuse.

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Your story is a gift that I will honor. Safety and confidentiality are sacred to me. I’m a down to earth therapist that will listen to you without judgment, and together we will find your healing path.

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Apply complementary therapy approaches, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or perceptions that hold you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I'll help you heal, energize, and become aware of your strengths.


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Apply complementary therapy approaches, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or perceptions that hold you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I'll help you heal, energize, and become aware of your strengths.

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Together we will explore the relationships between thoughts, feelings and actions. We will uncover beliefs and patterns that leads to stress and poor self-concept.

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Lucius Wheeler
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Get to know the unique ways you have creatively adapted to your life circumstances and experiences. Then, if something in your life is not working for you, we will explore new ways for you to get your needs and desires met.


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Get to know the unique ways you have creatively adapted to your life circumstances and experiences. Then, if something in your life is not working for you, we will explore new ways for you to get your needs and desires met.

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I approach therapy as a collaborative process - a dialogue between two people. I will speak up when I'm interested in something you have said or are doing, and I will often invite you to be aware of and get curious about your experiences.

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Emily Decker
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Explore patterns in relationships, life and habits. We will work as a team to learn how to spot these pattern cycles, interrupt them when they're happening, and avoid starting these patterns altogether. Let's put some new tools in your toolbox.


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Explore patterns in relationships, life and habits. We will work as a team to learn how to spot these pattern cycles, interrupt them when they're happening, and avoid starting these patterns altogether. Let's put some new tools in your toolbox.

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I focus on your current life, relationships, and goals. When we talk about the past, it's usually to help inform our understanding of why something is happening now. I use evidence based practices, including mindfulness, DBT and CBT.

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Laura Martin
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Therapy and mindfulness can help you manage stress, achieve balance, and find a life of meaning and contribution. Even in turbulent times, we will explore tools and practices so you can access the peace that is available to everyone.


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Therapy and mindfulness can help you manage stress, achieve balance, and find a life of meaning and contribution. Even in turbulent times, we will explore tools and practices so you can access the peace that is available to everyone.

Something to know about my approach is:

I have decades of experience being a therapist and mindfulness teacher, so lots of tools to share. The most important one is listening. Attention is powerful. In a supportive environment, healing occurs, and your natural wisdom emerges.

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