Psychotherapist Scott Tucker will hold interactive help sessions for people in need of mental health services in collaboration with Creative And Clever.
Edison, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/22/2014 -- Creative And Clever, a website featuring the most talented people of the world, will work with life coach and psychotherapist Scott Tucker to serve those in need of mental health evaluation.
Tucker will focus mostly on people with undiagnosed bipolar disorder. Tucker will conduct online help sessions for people in need of mental health services, including those who may have bipolar disorder, a condition that affects 4.4% of Americans. The sessions will be held using the Skype video and group calling features. The patient as well as their families or friends will be able to join the group session.
"America has the highest rate of bipolar disorder in the world," says Tucker, "most people think of it as a mood disorder, but for the sufferer, it's like a relentless battle one is fighting against one's own mind."
According to Tucker, the root cause of bipolar disorder may be attributed to by many things including brain chemistry or early childhood trauma. Tucker has theorized that deeply buried negative feelings and emotions are responsible for the loss of emotional control that a patient with bipolar disorder experiences. Scott has written several articles on the subject.
"The sessions are aimed at making people aware about what might be causing their condition," says Tucker, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder 10 years ago. "I have tried these sessions with many people, and the results were so amazing that I decided to offer them to a wider audience."
Each session will last 30 minutes and a total of 100 sessions will be held in one week. The dates and timings of the sessions will be communicated through CreativiteAndClever.com, Scott Tucker's media partner for the sessions.
By Matt Perkins
About Scott Tucker
Scott Tucker is a businessman and author from New Jersey who has built his career selling stocks and real estate. He has a keen interest in alternative ways of treatment such as yoga, healthy eating, acupuncture, and massage. Tucker has been actively participating in mental health help groups for the last 10 years.