Bipolar disorder is very common among people who express manic episodes and depression. This is a chronic psychiatric condition which deals with cognitive and behavior challenges with intervening of a mood stabilizer (2015) bipolar patients have difficulty in handling everyday life events or challenges to simple tasks. Bipolar disorder is the fourth leading disorder in the world. Studies say that areas of the brain that suffer are abnormalities in the intra cellular processes of the brain function and cell receptors and neurotransmitter effects (2015). Other studies will state that neural degeneration is a way that the disorder came about. In this paper a closer look at Bipolar non other specified, or Bipolar NOS will be looked at. Bipolar NOS is a clear diagnoses of bipolar but not enough of one area to be stated in any subtype diagnostic (2015). Many believe that this is a bigger challenge because all areas in bipolar can affect one individual. The therapeutic, non-therapeutic and more interventions of one young child who was diagnosed at eight years old with Bipolar NOS and the effects of his treatment plan (Harvard Review, 2015). A child who was seven, was finally taken to the emergency room because the mother had become afraid for months of an irate child. One could not imagine that the child was so angry since birth but now was fearing self and others some serious harm. After three days waiting in the emergency room at a local hospital, the young boy was placed inpatient at a nearby hospital.
Therapeutic interventions that we will take about is this paper will be cognitive in nature, pharmacological in nature, and an alternative therapeutic treatment. Any person with a mental disorder is usually seen by professionals along with psychiatric medicine (Harvard Review, 2015). One method is outpatient.