Are you struggling to cope with bipolar disorder? Or has your loved one been diagnosed with bipolar, and they’re unsure how to manage their illness? Lucida’s bipolar treatment program is designed to help people who have depression, a manic episode or a related problem. We also treat people with co-occurring disorders like addiction.

At Lucida, every client gets the treatment and therapy they need to thrive. If you’re living with bipolar disorder, you can learn ways to manage your symptoms and improve your long-term mental health. We offer a residential mental health program with treatment that’s tailored to you and your specific needs.

Why Seek Treatment for Bipolar Disorder?

Having bipolar disorder affects more than just your mental health. It can affect your relationships, your job and your personal safety. Having an untreated or poorly managed mental illness can increase your risk of substance abuse or addiction.

By seeking treatment at Lucida, you can improve your mental health and your life in countless ways. In our inpatient mental health treatment program, you can:

  • Learn skills and behavior that help you manage mood swings and other bipolar symptoms more effectively
  • Develop a support network of people who understand what you’re going through
  • Talk about issues that are important to you
  • Boost your decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Improve your communication skills and relationships, at work and at home
  • Gain better mental health and quality of life

Our inpatient treatment program is suitable for any type of bipolar disorder, including:

  • Bipolar I
  • Bipolar II
  • Cyclothymia

Integrated Inpatient Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

We offer a mental health treatment program for bipolar disorder, as well as depression, personality disorders and anxiety. We also offer substance abuse and addiction treatment, as a primary diagnosis and as a dual diagnosis.

Many clients who come to us for treatment for bipolar disorder find that their situations are more complex than they thought. For people with bipolar disorder, this may include problems like substance abuse or an eating disorder. To help you manage your situation as a whole, we provide a full treatment team of health professionals, including a psychiatrist, therapists and registered nurses.

At Lucida, we treat bipolar disorder by empowering you to take control of your mental health, and your life. Contact us today to take the first step.

A Path to Mental Wellness

Before Lucida

Your path to better mental health starts with a simple phone call to Lucida at 844-874-8503. We can arrange a tour of our treatment center, a meeting with our admissions team or a free and confidential assessment.

If you have a substance abuse or addiction problem, you might need to complete a medically assisted detox before coming to Lucida. If this is the case, we can recommend a trusted local detox facility.

The Lucida Bipolar Disorder Treatment Program

When you first get to Lucida in beautiful Palm Beach County, Florida, you’ll meet with an assessment team. They’ll give you a biopsychosocial assessment. This means they’ll look at your mental and physical health, with an assessment interview and physical exam.

Once the assessment is complete, you’ll gather with your personal treatment team. You’ll work together to create a custom bipolar disorder treatment plan, including therapy and other activities. This plan will help you address your specific mental health challenges.

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

  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy skills
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Interpersonal therapy, to help stabilize mood
  • Trauma resolution therapies, such as EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
  • Psychiatric care and bipolar medication management
  • Mental health education
  • Self-help support meetings for addiction, including AA and 12-step alternatives like SMART Recovery®
  • Yoga
  • Family-focused therapy
  • Long-term care planning

What Happens After Bipolar Treatment?

Bipolar disorder isn’t curable, so maintaining good mental health is an ongoing process. The coping skills and tools you learn at Lucida will help you manage your symptoms of bipolar disorder and stay healthy.

After you complete our inpatient program, we’ll stay in contact to make sure you get the support you need. We can provide referrals to clinical follow-up appointments and help with medication management. We can recommend support groups in your area.

About Lucida

Lucida is located by the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, FL. Our residential clients live in private or semi-private rooms or suites in townhomes adjacent to our treatment center.

We offer comfortable, modern accommodation, with separate living quarters for men and women. To help our clients stay physically and mentally healthy, we also have an onsite fitness center and swimming pool.

Insurance

To make getting effective treatment easier for you, Lucida accepts a number of in-network insurance carriers. If you’re out-of-network, you may be covered too. Call us at 844-874-8503, and we can confirm. We also offer private payment options.

If you decide to come to Lucida, we can handle everything related to your insurance coverage. We’ll work with your provider to make sure you get the maximum coverage you’re entitled to.

Getting to Lucida

If you live out of town, we can help coordinate your travel to Lucida. We can also help arrange travel for family members or travel companions.

If you’re trying to get help for a loved one, we’re happy to provide guidance for intervention services.

Support for Families

For people with bipolar disorder who come to Lucida, long-term recovery is an attainable goal. And it’s one that friends and family can help you achieve. To make this possible, we offer a full-day family program once a month. This will teach you and your family to support one another as you heal and recover.

We offer weekly family therapy sessions over the phone or in person. With your permission, your loved ones can also talk to your primary therapist to get updates on your progress.

Start Your Treatment Journey Today

Living with episodes of mania and depression of bipolar disorder isn’t easy. The highs and lows don’t have to rule your life. Lucida’s inpatient treatment program can treat bipolar to help you regain healthy living and be happier and more satisfied day-to-day. If you’re ready to start working on your mental health, contact us today at 844-874-8503.

This entry was posted on April 18, 2019 and modified on April 19, 2019