By Megan Malfi Embed Video: Topic: Bipolar DisorderCollegeConsumerCoping StrategiesDepressionHigh SchoolPersonal StorySupportTherapyTips and AdviceVideos Comments Janet|Wed, 2017-06-28 15:21 Hi, I'm 56 and. Even living a Bipolar- clinic depression, panic anxiety etc my whole life. I've been in school trying to better myself, my issues.... no one while hire me! When I get a job I cannot seem to hold it long, my bipolar seems to sneak out! And I lost my SSDi and now I'm living on nothing! I need help, I need support and I need doctors! All this stress is making me regress any progress I have made! Thanks Janet reply editor|Wed, 2017-07-12 10:20 I have listed some of International Bipolar Foundation’s resources as well as a links for finding a therapist and support groups near you. Check out: http://ibpf.org/article/what-do-if-you-think-someone-might-have-bipolar Psychology Today – Psychology Today’s website has a wonderful therapist/psychiatrist/ treatment center database that allows you to search various parameters. For instance the link below leads to a list of therapists based on the criteria of being located near you and treating Bipolar Disorder. You can play around with the parameters for more options. I suggest calling and interviewing them before booking an appointment to see if it’s a good fit. Some common questions may be: Have you treated Bipolar Disorder patients before? Are you familiar with current medications/ treatments for Bipolar Disorder? Will you work together with my therapist/psychiatrist? https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?sid=1495234728.5723_785&zipcode=84041&spec=168 https://psychiatrists.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?sid=1495234781.5365_785&zipcode=84041&zipdist=30&spec=168 Treatment Centers: https://treatment.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_results.php?state=UT&spec=168 https://healthcare.utah.edu/uni/specialty-programs/treatment-resistant-mood-disorders-clinic/ Finding a support group: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – Free General consumer and family support groups: https://namigo.org/programs-events/support-groups-2/ Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA): DBSA has peer led support groups for individuals, friends and family for Bipolar Disorder: http://www.dbsalliance.org/site/PageServer?pagename=peer_support_group_locator Online support groups 7 Cups of Tea Online Therapy and Counseling: http://www.7cups.com/ Mental Health America Online Support Group and Discussion: https://www.inspire.com/groups/mental-health-america/ IBPF Resources: IBPF Book: Healthy Living with Bipolar Disorder book An overview of all aspects of living with bipolar disorder, including nutrition, medication, travel, and more. Available in PDF (attached), Kindle or hard copy. IBPF Webinars: We have over 200 free recorded webinars on various topics surrounding bipolar disorder at http://ibpf.org/articles/educational-videos Examples of some of our webinars: http://ibpf.org/mental-illness-mental-wellness-story-hope-and-recovery http://ibpf.org/bipolar-101-how-manage-bipolar-disorder-day-day http://ibpf.org/being-woman-resilience-bipolar-disorder-resiliency-mind-body-and-spirit Examples of our blogs: http://ibpf.org/blog/are-you-ready-diagnosis http://ibpf.org/blog/advice-newly-diagnosed http://ibpf.org/article/what-do-if-you-think-someone-might-have-bipolar http://ibpf.org/blog/explore-your-options-affordable-psychiatric-care http://ibpf.org/blog/staying-afloat-during-depression http://ibpf.org/article/self-management-techniques-bipolar-disorder I hope these are helpful. Feel free to let us know if you have any other questions. reply Add new comment Your name Subject Comments Only Please. Direct questions to Mleigh@ibpf.org. In crisis call 1-800-784-2433 * PLEASE POST COMMENTS ONLY. If you are in need of an IBPF resource, please contact Melissa @ Mleigh@ibpf.org. If you are in crisis, please call 1-800-784-2433. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. what is 1 + 1?