Program Details:

Sutherland Bipolar Center


The Sutherland Bipolar Center provides evaluation and treatment services to people with bipolar disorders ("manic depressive illness") regardless of their ability to pay. We provide diagnostic evaluations, treatment recommendations, psychotherapy (individual, family and group), a limited amount of on-going medication management, and an educational seminar series. Services are offered on a sliding-fee scale. The Seminar Series is open to anyone in the community who wishes to learn more about bipolar disorder. It is also available in an audio "on-demand" format for those who cannot (or choose not to) attend in person.

In addition to providing expert treatment and evaluation services to people who otherwise couldn't afford it, we provide intensive training to advanced doctoral students in our clinical psychology program.

This is a private program by request only, or for a specific audience or group. For more information, please visit the program website.

Locations


On Campus

  • Muenzinger Psychology and Neuroscience

In Colorado

  • Boulder
  • Longmont

Program Partners


Supporting This Program

  • Robert D. Sutherland Memorial Foundation (rdsfoundation.org)

Sponsoring Units


Arts & Sciences, College of

  • Psychology & Neuroscience, Department of

Program Contact


Alisha Brosse, PhD
Director
RDSCenter@colorado.edu
303-492-5680

Program Categories


Topics:

  • Community Resource
  • Health Care/Human Services
  • Lecture Series
  • Psychology

Program Types:

  • Clinical Services
  • Professional Development - Other
  • Professional Services

Audiences:

  • Families
  • General Public
  • Senior Citizens
  • Socio-Economic Disadvantaged

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