FREE ONLINE EDUCATION PROGRAM THAT YOU CAN USE RIGHT AWAY
This series of short videos and simple exercises will help you change your life like it has for thousands of others who were suffering from depression or bipolar disorder.
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I created this course after running weekend workshops with thousands of fellow sufferers, family members, doctors, and therapists. It is now online so everyone in the world can take it. You can see comments from a few of them below by clicking the arrows on the left and right of their pictures.
Tom Wootton knows what it’s like to experience soaring highs and painful lows of bipolar disorder. He has attained a level of mastery regarding his states and there’s hope for all of us in that. This program teaches how to recognize symptoms, assess where you are, differentiate between emotions, develop self-management tools, learn when to use them, choose self-growth rather than self-destructive behaviors, see the value of our states, use introspection, and more. He has found that we can dramatically escalate our abilities to function well within six months to a couple of years or so.
In 30 years, I thought I had tried everything to combat bipolar depression. Bipolar IN Order taught me not to fear my episodes of depression and mania, but to function well within them. Bipolar IN Order has given me my life back. I no longer fear my episodes, and these episodes no longer destroy my life.
I was desperate for help and Bipolar IN Order delivered. I learned how to identify my feelings, the changes in my thinking during mood swings and my initial reactions to them. Realizing I had a choice in how to respond instead of just reacting was pivotal. This tool, combined with others, has morphed into a great practice for self examination in the IN Order stages. It is one of the components that taught me discipline and self-control throughout my journey to Bipolar IN Order. What I've learned will serve me well for the rest of my life. Life is finally good.
Bipolar IN Order explores the positive value of mania and depression, linking it to Eastern traditions of mental discipline, while at the same time appreciating the need for warranted medical diagnosis and treatment.
This is truly the best thing I have done for myself! After years of therapy, that only helped a little, I now how tools and a whole new way to look at my life. I highly recommend this program!
Tom is doing something no one else is really doing. He is turning a serious mental illness on its head and suggesting that by accepting rather than fighting the disorder, people with bipolar can identify and access their strengths and lead lives that are not only satisfying but productive beyond their wildest imaginings... Tom is ahead of the pack. He is staking out new territory and leading the way in showing people with brain-based disorders like bipolar that it is possible to live richly.
Bipolar Advantage transcends the paradigm of bipolar disorder treatment: the focus shifts from eliminating it, to accepting and increasing functionality while going through it. Bipolar In Order has changed my life for the better- after years of failure. I think it is a great resource for anyone interested.
This is a revolutionary method of treating bipolar which shows more long term promise than current techniques. I have already noticed a difference in myself and the way I'm coping with my mood states. This work is an excellent approach in learning to live with bipolar not just suffer from it.
Bipolar In Order provides the essential message that symptom reduction or elimination is far from the main goal of adaptation and intervention. Sure to challenge traditional thinking, this important work is integrative and wise.
Tom's message-and approach-is a welcome antidote to many, popular ideas about mental illness. He integrates sound, evidence-based tools (such as self-awareness, self-care, and medication) with an especially humane perspective. Too often, in having to accept their condition, people end up feeling pathologized - reduced from a full person to a label. But Tom looks beyond the diagnosis to help people embrace - and accept - the best parts of who they are, instead of reflexively dismissing their feelings and experiences as a simple manifestation of illness. I can't think of a more important ingredient to living with bipolar disorder or any mental health difficulty.
I love Tom Wootton. His work has changed everything for me. I was able to train for two marathons while deeply depressed with Tom's support and non-traditional point of view. Where previously I would have convinced myself that my ability to complete such a feat was state-dependent. Without Bipolar In Order I might've just said 'I can't do it' and dropped out. Instead, I continued to train regardless of how I felt and not only completed the events but beat my previous time by a longshot. For me the true victory was that I was able to do it at all.