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Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT), developed by Dr. Ellen Frank and colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh, is based on the idea that disruptions in daily routines and problems in interpersonal relationships can cause recurrence of the manic and depressive episodes that characterize bipolar disorder .
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- Frank, Ellen, David J. Kupfer, Michael E. Thase, Alan G. Mallinger, Holly A. Swartz, Andrea M. Fagiolini, Victoria Grochocinski, Patricia Houck, John Scott, Wesley Thompson, and Timothy Monk (September 2005). Two-Year Outcomes for Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy in Individuals With Bipolar I Disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry 62 (9): 996-1004. PMID 16143731.