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- COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Bipolar DIsorder in Adults: PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS. Department of Mental Health Marylou Sudders, Commissioner, June 2002, Pages 26-40.
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