Are you suffering from depression or bipolar disorder? Even if a mood disorder has had a major impact on your life, there’s no reason to lose hope. Lucida Treatment Center offers a mood disorder treatment center that may help you manage your symptoms and move forward with your life.

Lucida offers custom mood disorder treatment programs in Lantana, Florida with research-backed therapy options. If you’re ready to improve your mental health and take control of your life, we’re ready to help.

Types of Mood Disorders


a doctor and patient discussing Mood Disorder Treatment CenterDepression is a common mood disorder that affects people in different ways. Common symptoms of a depressive disorder include a lack of pleasure in life, persistent feelings of sadness or emptiness, changes in appetite and sleeping habits and feelings of worthlessness or guilt.

Many people also experience physical symptoms like aches and pains, headaches and digestive problems. In severe cases, some people experience suicidal thoughts and may attempt suicide.

Depression stems from a range of causes. Symptoms may be triggered by an event, such as a death or loss, or living through an assault or trauma. Hormones may also exacerbate major depression disorder, particularly in the event of post-partum depression after childbirth.

Bipolar Disorder

People with bipolar disorder experience contrasting episodes of mania or depression that affect their energy, mood and ability to perform normal daily tasks.

In a manic episode, one may experience high energy and a need for increased activity. They feel emotions such as elation, irritability, agitation or restlessness. They may have trouble sleeping or engage in risky behavior. In a depressive episode, the energy dissipates and depression symptoms become very intense.

There are different types of bipolar disorder that vary in length, frequency, and intensity of manic and depressive episodes. For instance, people with bipolar I and bipolar II disorder both have episodes of mania and depression. But in bipolar II disorder, manic episodes are less severe.

Substance-Induced Mood Disorder

Some people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs develop a substance-induced mood disorder. Depression is a common issue for addicts since addiction leads to abnormal brain chemistry that may heighten the risk of depression.

Symptoms may be similar to those of bipolar disorder. For instance, drugs such as amphetamines and methamphetamine can cause manic episodes.

Why Seek a Mood Disorder Treatment Center?

Lucida Treatment Center offers inpatient mental health treatment for mood disorders and other mental health issues. We also treat co-occurring disorders, including addiction.

Mood disorders don’t only affect your mental health; they can affect your physical health too. Untreated mental illness is a health risk in more ways than one: it increases your risk of heart disease and makes you more vulnerable to substance abuse and addiction.

Lucida’s inpatient mental health treatment program may help you change your life. At the mood disorder treatment center in Lantana, Florida, you will:

  • Learn new coping skills to replace old destructive habits
  • Improve your communication skills
  • Learn how to improve your relationships
  • Build a support network of peers who share similar problems
  • Learn to share your thoughts with others
  • Talk about what’s most important to you
  • Learn new problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Learn how you can improve your quality of life and enjoyment of life

Lucida Mood Disorder Center Treatment Program

Before Treatment

Start your journey to better mental wellness by contacting Lucida. You can schedule a tour of the facilities, arrange a free and confidential assessment or schedule a meeting with the admissions team.

If you have a co-occurring substance abuse or addiction disorder, you may need to complete a medically assisted detox before you start to treat mood disorders. If you need to detox, we are happy to recommend a facility.

Your Mood Disorder Treatment Plan

When you first come to Lucida, you’ll undergo an initial assessment as part of the admissions process. Our team will assess of all the different factors that affect your mental health, including biological, psychological and social factors.

After the assessment, you’ll be assigned a treatment team. Our supportive team includes both a psychiatrist and a therapist. You’ll work with your team to develop a treatment plan and continue to work with them throughout your recovery.

We offer multiple kinds of evidence-based and alternative treatments, including:

Many clients come to Lucida Mood Disorder Treatment Center to get treatment for a particular problem but discover underlying issues, such as substance abuse, during treatment. These may have contributed to their mental health problems. Lucida offers support for people with co-occurring disorders to ensure each client gets the treatment they need to heal.

What Happens After Treatment at Lucida?

Maintaining good mental health is often a long-term and even lifelong project. Lucida will help you manage your symptoms, even if times get tough.

Once you’ve finished the inpatient program, we’ll keep in touch to make sure you’re properly supported. We can help arrange clinical follow-ups, recommend support groups and help with medication management.

About Lucida

Lucida is located by the gorgeous Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, Florida. Clients of the residential treatment program stay in private or semi-private suites in modern, comfortable townhomes.

We offer separate living quarters for men and women. There are a swimming pool and fitness center onsite to help you stay physically healthy as you work towards recovery.


We partner with several in-network insurance carriers and some out-of-network providers as well. Call us to confirm your insurance, even if you’re not sure whether you’re in-network. We also offer private payment options, to give you a range of ways to pay.

Support for Families

Long-term recovery may be more successful with the support of friends and family. To help your loved ones help you, Lucida offers a full-day family program once a month. The program is designed to help you and your family move towards healing together.

We also offer weekly family therapy sessions. These can be carried out in person or over the phone.

Your Journey to Wellness Can Start Today

Living with a mood disorder such as depression or bipolar disorder is challenging. The caring team at Lucida Treatment Center is here to help.

Are you ready to start your journey to better mental health? Call Lucida today at 1.866.947.7299 to find out more about our mood disorder treatment center.