The Colorado Bipolar Information Project (CoBIP) is a website to educate patients, clinicians and families about the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and science of bipolar disorder. It was created and designed by Dr. Christopher Schneck, in conjunction with The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center and the University of Colorado Department of Psychiatry.
Who We Are
Christopher Schneck, MD, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and an associate professor adjunct in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is currently the Medical Director of the Helen and Arthur E Johnson Depression Center and the Behavioral Health Director for the HIV Clinic at University Hospital.
Dr. Schneck’s primary area of clinical interest is in the treatment of mood disorders, both in specialty clinics and integrated care settings. In addition, he conducts research in bipolar disorder, with particular emphasis on rapid cycling bipolar disorder, adolescent bipolar disorder and early intervention in the development of bipolar disorder. He is currently the Colorado principal investigator 3-site NIMH study examining Family Focused Therapy as an early intervention for adolescents at risk for bipolar disorder.