The Life Goals Self-Management Skills Program ( www.lifegoalscc.com/overview) is definitely an option. Life Goals is an evidence-based, manual-guided, recovery-oriented intervention for individuals whose lives are impacted by mood disorders and related challenges. In Life Goals, participants and a trained facilitator work individually or in a group to develop a customized Life Goals Curriculum based on the participant’s values, life goals, needs, and priorities. The Curriculum is made up of Modules targeting mood symptoms and common co-occurring challenges such as physical wellness, anxiety, substance use, psychosis, hopelessness and treatment collaboration. The length of time doing Life Goals varies depending on how many Modules are used; each Module is typically done in 1-2 sessions. In each Module, participants develop a personal symptom profile, including early warning signs and triggers; identify the participant’s responses to symptoms; conduct a personal cost-benefit analysis of these responses in view of their values and overall life goals; and develop an action plan. Life Goals is based on Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory and incorporates elements of motivational interviewing and cognitive-behavioral therapy, particularly behavioral activation. Life Goals training for clinicians and peer specialists is provided on-line free of charge (see https://smiadviser.org/knowledge_post/how-can-i-or-my-colleagues-get-training-in-life-goals; also https://www.train.org/vha/course/1085751/), and a self-guided version is available (https://www.newharbinger.com/overcoming-bipolar-disorder).