Natasha Tracy is an acclaimed writer who has won a multitude of awards for her writings about her experience of living with bipolar disorder and other topics. She has been published in a scientific journal, featured on many web sites, written for many clients and published her first book, Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression & Bipolar in 2016. She publishes weekly both on the Bipolar Burble here and on Breaking Bipolar on HealthyPlace. She also functions as the Blog Manager and Editor at HealthyPlace and manages 26 blogs.
Writing Services Offered by Natasha Tracy
Natasha has been a professional writer for 10 years. The writing services offered by Natasha Tracy include:
- Blog post writing
- Short- or long-form article writing
- Book writing
- Technical writing
Natasha Tracy’s Mental Health Writing Experience
Natasha Tracy has written, literally, 1000s of pages about bipolar disorder and other mental health subjects. She has been published on sites like:
- Daily Mail
- Huffington Post
- Canadian King Pharmacy
Natasha is comfortable both with personal, experiential pieces that integrate her life with bipolar disorder and clinical, fact-based pieces that include detailed medical information. In addition to bipolar disorder, she has written on subjects like:
- Anxiety disorders
- Eating disorders
- Substance use, abuse and dependence
- Personality disorders
- General mental health and wellness
Natasha Tracy was published in the Primary Care Companion CNS Disorders journal with her co-authored paper entitled “Results from an Online Survey of Patient and Caregiver Perspectives on Unmet Needs in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder.”
She is currently working on the write-up for a second journal article.
Natasha Tracy’s Technical Writing Experience
Natasha Tracy also has a B.sc. in computer science and, so, is formally trained in technical writing. She perfected these skills while working as a Program Manager at Microsoft. She is well-versed in the creation of software technical and design specifications as well as documentation creation designed for everyone from end users to developers and designers.