Malibu Bipolar Residential Treatment in Luxurious Surroundings at Bridges to Recovery

Bridges to Recovery announces their specialized Bipolar residential treatment centers minutes from Malibu in Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Bel Air and Beverly Hills.

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Bridges to Recovery announced today the launch of their groundbreaking Bipolar Disorder residential treatment program.

Our hope at Bridges to Recovery is to provide clients with the treatment and tools for self-reflection that will enable them to enjoy productive lives and loving relationships.

Malibu, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2014

Bridges to Recovery is a residential treatment center in Los Angeles, with facilities in Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades and Bel Air, California. Bridges to Recovery offers an effective alternative to a hospital environment for patients suffering from bipolar disorder.

The center has been treating mental health disorders since 2003 and is now offering specialized bipolar residential treatment. Bridges to Recovery is perfect for those who are looking for bipolar residential treatment in Los Angeles. These centers offer licensed adult residential treatment programs, with one-on-one in-depth psychotherapy sessions to help people recover from their illnesses. The first-class treatment centers are like a home away from home with a helpful, friendly environment.

Researchers have classified the different types of Bipolar Disorder. Though all subtypes of Bipolar have similar symptoms, they have different time courses and different responses to treatment. Careful treatment planning, which takes these differences into account, must be utilized. The following diagnostic sub-categories are used to determine appropriate treatment for Bipolar Disorder:

Bipolar I: A person may be diagnosed with this disorder if he or she has experienced at least one manic episode, which was accompanied by behaviors that made normal functioning impossible. Often, persons with a history of Bipolar I disorder have a history of manic episodes, which have resulted in their being hospitalized, arrested, or both.

Bipolar II: A diagnosis of Bipolar II is given when a person has moods that move from a hypomanic high to a depressive low, but do not reach the extreme of the manic scale. Although these patients may become impulsive and have unusual levels of energy, they do not exhibit some of the more extreme and/or prolonged symptoms of mania.

Rapid Cycling: This is a condition in which patients experience at least four cycles of mania and depression within the same year. Rapid cycling is evident in up to 20 percent of the patients diagnosed with a Bipolar Disorder.

Mixed Episode Bipolar Disorder: If a patient appears to be experiencing both manic and depressive symptoms at the same time, or is rapidly switching between them, they may be experiencing mixed Bipolar Disorder. These patients may be energized and excited but also experience angry and depressed thoughts and moodiness.

Cyclothymia: This is the diagnosis given to a form of Bipolar Disorder in which patients have mood shifts that fluctuate more slowly over the course of a lifetime. Those in need of treatment for bipolar disorder treatment, panic attacks, OCD, mood regulation, Borderline Personality Disorder and other psychiatric disorders; visit bridgestorecovery.com to find a location nearby. Contact them through the website or call 1-877-386-3398. Call the Bridges to Recovery staff to ask more questions, have them send more information, or make an appointment to take a tour of one of the first-class facilities. Bridges to Recovery is an open-door facility that is open 24/7. The doors are never locked to keep patients in. This provides patients with peace of mind. Bridges to Recovery is a private-pay program, meaning they do not accept insurance payments. They will help clients bill their insurance companies by providing invoices and records.


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