Every Thursday, Bipolar UK Ambassador, Natasha Rea takes over our Instagram account. She talks about the alternative treatments that have helped her manage her condition including EFT, Kundalini yoga and Powerlifting. We've had some amazing guests so far including Psychotherapist and Anxiety Coach Sarie Taylor, Stress Management Coach Janine Mitchell, Actress Cath Tyldesley, Personal Trainer Anthony Zawalji, fellow Bipolar UK Ambassador and Producer April Kelley, TV Presenter Anthony Crank and BAFTA award winning Three Girls Actor Brian Fletcher. Below are the full details of guests we’ve had so far. If you’ve missed any of the discussions you can catch up by visiting Bipolar UK’s IGTV. And don’t forget to tune in every Thursday at 8pm.

  • 11th June: Psychotherapist and Anxiety Coach, Sarie Taylor
  • 18th June: Actress, Cath Tyldesley
  • 25th June: Stress Management Coach, Janine Mitchell
  • 2nd July: Personal Trainer, Anthony Zawalji,
  • 9th July: TV Presenter, Anthony Crank
  • 16th July: Bipolar UK Ambassador and Producer, April Kelley
  • 23rd July: BAFTA award winning Three Girls Actor, Brian Fletcher
  • 30th July: Hormone doctore, Dr Annice Mukherjee 
  • 6th August: Mindfulness Coach, Russell Treasure
  • 13th August: Kundalini Yoga Instructor, Siridharma
  • 20th August: Actress and Presenter, Natalie Anderson
  • 27th August: Broadcaster, John Offord
  • 3rd September: Journalist and Podcaster, Yvetter Caster
  • 10th September: Anxiety and Mindset Coach, Jen McKenzie
  • 17th September: Nurse Consultant and Suicide Lead, Dr Phil Cooper MBE

Natasha launched her debut book 'Me, Myself and Bipolar Brenda (The Journals of a Happy Soul With A Chaotic Mind)' this year and is also the ambassador for the #SpeakOutLikeBrenda campaign which encourages people to speak their truth about mental health and living with bipolar. Diagnosed with type 2 bipolar, she speaks from the heart about the ups and downs of life with bipolar and how she manages her condition.


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