We offer mood disorder treatment (depression/bipolar disorder), trauma treatment and expert care for other mental health issues. We also treat substance abuse, both as a primary diagnosis and as a co-occurring disorder. Often, clients come to treatment for one problem but as they make progress in one area, underlying issues such as substance abuse, disordered eating or mood issues will surface. Our integrated team of psychiatrists, nurses and therapists has the training and expertise to address all of these issues simultaneously so clients can build a strong foundation for long-term recovery.
Gender-Specific Care With Supervised Interaction
In a small, intimate setting, clients receive a high level of individualized care. They benefit from a gender-specific (but not gender-exclusive) setting, which means clients live in gender-specific residences and participate in gender-separate programming, but they also attend some groups with both men and women and may work with both male and female clinicians. In this environment, clients can feel safe sharing difficult feelings without distraction or inhibition, without missing out on supervised opportunities to practice engaging in healthy interactions with members of the opposite gender.
What to Expect From Mental Health Treatment
At Lucida, treatment begins with a comprehensive assessment to determine the most effective treatment plan for each client’s needs. Clients have access to a wide range of therapies to ensure their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs are met, including:
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills training
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Trauma-focused groups and therapies such as EMDR
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Education about mental health
- Expert medication management and psychiatric care
- Neurofeedback (Brain Paint)
- Self-help support meetings such as AA, NA, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Codependents Anonymous and SMART Recovery
- Comprehensive continuing care planning
Support for Families
We also offer a full-day family program each month that promotes healing for the whole family system and teaches loved ones how to best support one another in recovery. In addition to process groups, role plays, and education about mental health and addiction, clients and their loved ones enjoy a catered breakfast and lunch. When clinically appropriate, clients may join their families offsite for dinner and visitation.