MOOD CHART and
BIPOLAR DISORDER SYMPTOMS
Identify, Monitor & Address Triggers As They Manifest In Your Life
Awareness Is Everything
By remaining mindful and aware of your feelings and those of the bipolar in your life, you are better able to identify, monitor and address triggers as they manifest themselves in your life.
Tracking Bipolar Symptoms Using A Mood Chart
This chart is for everyone – the Bipolar and family members alike. It is best used when combined with your journal and therapy, helping you to see patterns of your behavior or reactions that might otherwise go unnoticed. The patterns that emerge may be helpful in adjusting medications or better identifying issues for therapy.
Using And Completing This Chart Will Be
Very Helpful To Everyone.
Click on the image below to download and view the Mood Chart.
(revised 11 June 2008) (Adobe Reader is required to read the Mood Chart.)
The members of the Meehl Foundation work as a part of a support team with individuals, families, physicians, and even other therapists.
Williamsburg Virginia NASW
March 23, 2013
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