Malibu, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
The professionals at Bridges to Recovery understand that treatment for Multiple Personality is long, involved, and difficult. They will work with the patient to develop a treatment plan that is unique to that individual and that will address only the person’s issues that need to be treated. Bridges to Recovery boasts a 2 to 1 staff to patient ratio, so patients will always receive top-notch care without fear of neglect. The Bridges to Recovery treatment plan centers around treating the whole person, so MPD patients who attend there will not just be given some pills and kept in a room.
Bridges to Recovery’s doctors are professionals who are trained in psychodynamic therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, art therapy, and other helpful areas of expertise that will be helpful with MPD treatment. Patients will have the opportunity to attend therapy sessions, but they will also be able to enjoy music, yoga, art, fitness, and other such classes that provide outlets for creativity and self-expression. Art therapy in particular has shown itself to be helpful for MPD patients, so those with this disorder will benefit from Bridges to Recovery’s classes.
All of Bridges to Recovery’s California locations are private and remote, keeping negative influences away from patients. Some people with MPD also abuse substances; Bridges to Recovery is a good place to go to avoid problematic temptations. The locations themselves are luxurious yet homey, making residents feel that they are living in a vacation home rather than a hospital or institution. The grounds are also beautiful, giving patients places to go for exercise, prayer, or personal meditation.
Recovery from MPD is a long-term process, and Bridges to Recovery understands that concept. Near the end of Bridges to Recovery’s treatment program, the staff and the patient will work out a unique, tailored plan of action for the patient’s continued recovery beyond the walls of Bridges to Recovery. The plan may involve continuing medication, regular psychotherapy sessions, or enrolling in an art class depending on the patient. The work at Bridges to Recovery and the treatment planning for the future following treatment will help provide the patient with a plan to return to their outside lives.
Bridges to Recover can be reached directly at 1-877-386-3398.