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(p. 159) Bipolar disorders and mood swings 

(p. 159) Bipolar disorders and mood swings
(p. 159) Bipolar disorders and mood swings

Richard Stott

, Warren Mansell

, Paul Salkovskis

, Anna Lavender

, and Sam Cartwright-Hatton

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date: 25 October 2020

Chapter 8 explores the use of metaphors in CBT treatment for bipolar disorder and mood swings, and common metaphors used by clients to refer to their disorders and recovery.

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