Sutherland seminars focus on bipolar disorders

By Staff

The Sutherland Seminar Series of weekly sessions on topics related to bipolar disorders will begin Monday at CU-Boulder.

The series is primarily designed for adults with a bipolar disorder and their family and friends, but is open to anyone in the community who wants to better understand the disorder and how to manage it.

Each session stands alone, so people may attend only one session or all eight. No commitment or pre-registration is required. The next series begins Monday with a 6-7:30 p.m. session.

Most seminars are in Room E214, Muenzinger Psychology Building; Monday’s seminar is in Room D430 Muenzinger.

A $10 per person donation is appreciated, but no fee is required.

Click here for more details and the full schedule of topics.

Funding for the Sutherland Center at CU is provided through an annual grant from the Sutherland Foundation, through in-kind contributions from the University of Colorado, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, and from generous grants from the University of Colorado’s Outreach Committee. This partnership sustains the Center’s work.