The Bipolar Clinic is housed within the Ambulatory Psychiatry Division of Michigan Medicine. It is affiliated with the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program at the University of Michigan Eisenberg Family Depression Center and offers clinical services for adults with bipolar spectrum disorders. Bipolar spectrum disorders include bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, other bipolar disorder, and in some cases, schizoaffective disorder with mania. Our mission is to provide assessment, referral, treatment, and research in the area of bipolar spectrum disorders. Our clinical program provides specialized evaluation/consultation and evidence-based treatment for adults with bipolar spectrum disorders.
Interested in Participating in Bipolar Disorder Research?
The Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program’s goals are to discover the fundamental biological changes that cause bipolar disorder and develop new interventions to treat and prevent the illness. This is done through the study of the longitudinal course of the illness in people who are diagnosed with bipolar. The Prechter Program is based at the University of Michigan Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg and Family Depression Center and encompasses many major research projects. For more information, visit the Prechter Program's Research webpage.