Can Brain Imaging Differentiate Between Unipolar and Bipolar Depression?
What Is Moderation Management?
At Lucida, the term “one size fits all” is not in our vocabulary. For addiction and mental health treatment, we take a multifaceted, interdisciplinary approach. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of several types of therapy we offer. It is often the treatment of choice for depression and borderline personality disorder. Perhaps you have always wondered what CBT is, how it works, and whether it might be the right solution for you or a loved one. If so, we suggest you read the above linked resource articles that further explain this highly effective therapy. Depression is a general term, but every individual experiences this major mental health problem differently. Identifying the type of depression is key to obtaining proper treatment. An article on this topic explains the differences between what is known as unipolar depression and bipolar depression and neuroimaging as a potential differential diagnosis tool.
Our addiction treatment approach is integrative and addresses co-occurring mental health conditions. We know that a 12-step program is not for everyone, which is why we educate people on programs like SMART Recovery®. Our addiction program includes medical detox referrals and coordination, addiction medication management, and various types of psychotherapy for addiction and mental health disorders. We also offer alternative treatments such as yoga. If you are suffering from addiction and/or mental health issues, we are here to guide your path to recovery.