In addition to patient resources, DBSA offers a variety of educational programs addressing topics that may be of particular interest to clinicians.

DBSA Scientific Advisory Board

DBSA is guided by a Scientific Advisory Board comprised of the leading researchers and clinicians in the field of mood disorders. SAB members are frequent contributors to educational programming offered by DBSA.

Podcasts with SAB Members

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Target Zero to Thrive featuring Dr. Gregory Simon and Dr. Joseph Calabrese

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Mood Disorders in the African-American Community featuring William B. Lawson, MD, PhD, DFAPA

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What to Do When Someone You Love is Depressed featuring Mitch Golant, PhD

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Bipolar Disorder & Genetics featuring Melvin McInnis, MD, FRCPsych

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Bipolar Disorder or Depression? Understanding Important Differences in Symptoms and Treatment featuring Joseph R. Calabrese, MD

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Diagnosis, Causes, and Course of Mood Disorders: Part Two featuring Dr. Andrew Nierenberg, Dr. Ellen Frank, and Sheri Jenkins Tucker

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Diagnosis, Causes, and Course of Mood Disorders: Part One featuring Dr. Andrew Nierenberg, PhD, Ellen Frank, PhD, and Sheri Jenkins Tucker

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All the Way Well: Alternatives for Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) featuring Glenn J. Treisman, MD, PhD

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Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT) featuring Ellen Frank, PhD

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Videos with SAB Members

Medication, Treatment, and Working with Professionals (DVD) featuring Dr. Andrew Nierenberg, Dr. Ellen Frank, and Sheri Jenkins Tucker

Find a Pro

Did you know that DBSA offers an online search engine for individuals to post peer recommendations for mental health clinicians and facilities? If you have a great relationship with a patient, consider asking them if they’d be willing to submit a recommendation for you and/or your facility. Please note that you may not submit your own recommendation. Find a Pro is exclusively for peer recommendations only.