Natasha Tracy is offering online mental health speaking events for those wishing to learn what it's really like to live with a mental illness like bipolar.

Whether you were diagnosed yesterday or 10 years ago, I guarantee you will learn something new about bipolar disorder at this mental health masterclass. In this online event, I’ll be discussing the basics everyone needs to understand about bipolar disorder — whether you have bipolar disorder or you care about someone who does. This masterclass is for anyone wishing to learn more about the reality of living with bipolar disorder.

No doctor-speak, no sugar-coating, just real talk from a real person and expert with the illness. This webinar gives you the facts with plenty of examples and is replete with tips you need to know from beginning to end.

Topics include:

  1. What is bipolar disorder to doctors?
  2. Who gets bipolar disorder?
  3. How do you get bipolar disorder? Are You born with bipolar disorder?
  4. What is bipolar disorder like to patients that actually live with it?
  5. What are depressions really like?
  6. What are hypomanias/manias really like?
  7. What are the treatment options for bipolar disorder? What is bipolar treatment really like?
  8. What about suicide?
  9. What is hospitalization really like?
  10. How do you get through the (really) rough times?
  11. Q and A

Bipolar Diagnosis Masterclass Details

  • What: Get Real 1: What You Need to Understand About a Bipolar Diagnosis Masterclass
  • When: Contact Natasha for on-demand access.
  • How long: 90 minutes
  • How much: $35.00 early bird tickets; $45.00 after that
  • Note: Registrants also get access to the recording and the slides upon request.


Other Natasha Tracy Webinars

I’m also offering some FREE online mini-webinars. Learn more about these here.


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Many more mental health talks are in the pipeline now.

If you have a specific idea for a talk you’d like to see, or you have any questions, just let me know.