Bipolar disorder: Adjunctive psychotherapy ‘benefits outpatients’

Researchers report a range of manualised therapies can help patients to manage their illness
Reuters Health Staff writer

People with bipolar disorder benefit from certain forms of psychotherapy, particularly skills-based interventions, combined with medication, a study shows.

In the systematic review and network meta-analysis, international researchers examined data from 39 randomised clinical trials with a total of 3863 participants with bipolar disorder.