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Mania and Bipolar Self-Management Resources

We want to make sure that you have the resources and information to support your mental health. Below you will find some resources that may be of help to you.


Supports at HQ
If you are interested in joining a group at HQ to discuss managing symptoms of mania or bipolar disorder, please ask to speak with a clinician. If you are not at the clinic, when you are there next, please answer “yes” to our screening question about receiving mental health support.

Self-Care for Hypomania and Mania

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This website helps develop an understanding of moods and their warning signs, make a self-management plan, explore practical steps to improve well-being, and provides resources for connecting with peer support.

eMood Tracker - Mobile App

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This is a free mood tracking app that lets users easily chart daily highs and lows, sleep, medications, and other symptoms related to Bipolar and other common mood disorders. It helps users identify triggers and patterns to help prevent relapses. The app can also send printable reports to doctors and therapists to enhance visits.

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Information Page

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This website provides information about mania as well as what could be expected from primary care practitioners. This website also includes links to screening/assessment, diagnoses information, and treatment.

Mood Disorders Association of Ontario: Frequently Asked Questions – Bipolar Disorder

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This website includes information about bipolar disorder provided by the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario. The website provides information on risk factors, triggers, symptoms, treatment options, and additional resources for further information.

Bipolar Disorder Information and Worksheets

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Australia’s Centre for Clinical Interventions developed resources to provide interventions for people experiencing bipolar disorder. The resources provide information on bipolar disorder as well as techniques that focus on managing difficulties.