Mood monitoring worksheet for bipolar disorder

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Overview

Mood monitoring is a helpful way of recording an individual’s experiences of high and low moods across the course of a month and can be of particular benefit to individuals with bipolar disorder. Monitoring the way an individual feels can help build a better understanding of how a person’s mood fluctuates over time, recognise triggers of low (i.e., depressive) or high (i.e., manic or hypomanic) episodes, and identify the symptoms associated with such episodes.1

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    APS Member Resources Team
  • Publish date
    09 Feb 2015
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