In this interview, Sloan Manning, MD, reviews a recent program at which he co-presented, which was held in Memphis, TN. The focus of the program was on bipolar disorder and its impact on family, various treatment options that may be explored, and the role of motivational interviewing and spirituality in recovery.
Dr. Manning is the Medical Director and Adjunct Associate Professor, School Of Medicine, as well as the Co-Director of the Mood Disorder Clinic at Novant Health Urgent Care & Occupational …
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