Information and Education across Australia
FREE e-learning courses developed by Bipolar Australia, to help you learn all you need to know about bipolar disorder.
How we can help you
Bipolar Australia is set to raise awarness for those affected by bipolar disorder.
Our goal is to provide the necessary support, information and education to those with the condition, their carers, families and friends.
Raise community awareness about Bipolar Disorder
Provide broad-based education programs regarding the condition
Promote a positive understanding of bipolar among health care professionals and service providers
Encourage the formation of bipolar support groups
Benefits of the Support Group
Our Support Groups bring together persons across Australia affected by bipolar, to share experiences, feelings and information.
Both Online and In-Person, whether you are someone with bipolar, a carer or family, you can book your group today!
Informs participants of coping strategies.
Groups are conducted by an experienced facilitator.
An outlet for those diagnosed and family members to share information, feelings and experiences.
In-Person and Online Support groups.
Creating a support network across local communities and across Australia.
Bringing people together that are affected by bipolar.
Designed to help you learn about the definition of bipolar disorder.
Allows you to identify the different types of bipolar disorder.
Information for the role of carers, family and friends.
Identify the key signs and symptoms of bipolar.
Information on treatments for bipolar disorder including therapies, diagnosis and wellness plans.
Improve the lives and to reduce the stigma Australia-wide.
Benefits of the Course
Whether you are a student, professional or want to have a good knowledge of the condition, the FREE e-learning courses developed by Bipolar Australia provide you comprehensive information about bipolar disorders.
The person I care for doesn’t think they have bipolar disorder. They had a lot of stress in their life before they became unwell. Do they really have bipolar?
People with bipolar disorder are often very sensitive to stress, and stress is a major cause of bipolar episodes. Most people who have had episodes of mania and depression say that they were very stressed just before they became unwell. If a person has episodes caused by stresses that most people face from time to time, such as problems at work, relationship issues, or financial difficulties, it is very likely that they do have bipolar disorder.
Need support or want to learn more about Bipolar and how to help yourself or those in your life affected by this condition? Check out our Support Groups, online Courses and our booklet "Coming Home with Bipolar".
Our FREE e-learning courses developed by Bipolar Australia, to help you learn all you need to know about bipolar disorder.
About Bipolar Australia
Bipolar Australia is the peak national, not-for-profit Organisation, supporting everyone affected by bipolar disorders, including people with the condition, their carers, families and friends, and mental health services and professionals.
Coming Home with Bipolar
A comprehensive Booklet uniquely developed to assist Families and Carers of people diagnosed with Bipolar Disorders. It provides detailed information and practical skills to help people with bipolar starting and going through their recovery journey.