Natasha Tracy, B.Sc., lives with bipolar disorder and is a mental health thought leader and subject matter expert in bipolar disorder. She is an award-winning writer, speaker, and consultant. She works to bring high-quality, insightful, and trusted information on bipolar disorder and related illnesses to the public while engaging with the mental health community.
Natasha Tracy is the author of the acclaimed book, Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression & Bipolar. This book was called "the book medical students should read, not the 'DSM.' This is the real thing," by Jim Phelps, MD, and a "Best Bipolar Book of All Time" by Book Authority. Additionally, Natasha coauthored the paper, "Results From an Online Survey of Patient and Caregiver Perspectives on Unmet Needs in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder," published in the Primary Care Companion CNS Disorders journal.
Natasha has been the proud recipient of many awards for her work as a writer, speaker, and advocate. These awards include a WEGO Health Award for health activism, being named an Invisible Illness Champion by Healthline, and an Erasing the Stigma Leadership award by Didi Hirsch.
She is also a well-regarded speaker, having spoken at conferences and events for organizations like The National Council, Mental Health America, The Mood Disorder Association of Canada, the Vancouver Greater Health Authority, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, and the OC87 Recovery Diaries, among others.
Natasha has written hundreds of articles on mental health and is the author of the award-winning blogs Bipolar Burble at NatashaTracy.com and Breaking Bipolar at HealthyPlace.com. They consistently show up on top 10 health blog lists compiled by sites like Healthline, Medical News Today, Health.com, and many others. Her work has also been featured on sites like Huffington Post, BPHope, Healthline, and Daily Mail, among others. She also hosts Snap Out of It! The Mental Illness in the Workplace Podcast, is available on all podcast platforms.
Natasha Tracy is on Twitter at @Natasha_Tracy, on Facebook at @BipolarBurble, on Instagram and Threads at @Natasha_Tracy_writer, on YouTube at +NatashaTracy, and on LinkedIn at in/NatashaTracy
You can find Natasha Tracy online at Bipolar Burble.
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