Women and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders CEU
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Bipolar disorder spectrum in women poses significant challenges for clinicians evaluating primary psychiatric symptoms, symptom overlap and comorbid conditions that can complicate diagnosis. This course examines the viewpoint that a bipolar diagnosis lands somewhere on a spectrum of the disorder, rather than adhering to a specific set of symptoms. Women who have been diagnosed as being on the spectrum have a unique set of gender-specific concerns that need to be addressed by mental health professionals.
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Women and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
At the close of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify common bipolar spectrum conditions in women.
- Explain gender differences in the frequency of manic phases in bipolar patients.
- Describe the effects of hormones on bipolar symptoms.
- Discuss the impact of bipolar disorder on postpartum patients.
- The Bipolar Spectrum
- Category I
- Category II
- Category III
- Category IV
- Category V
- Bipolar Spectrum Conditions
- Impulse Control Disorders
- Substance Use Disorders
- Eating Disorders
- Personality Disorders
- Childhood Behavioral Disorders
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Conduct Disorder
- Gender-Specific Concerns In The Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder
- Depression versus Mania
- Role of Hormones