Types of Outpatient Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder left undiagnosed can cause great suffering and disruption in a persons daily life.

The Bipolar Treatment Program at our center is a comprehensive approach to treating those individuals experiencing mood fluctuations that have caused suffering and problems in their life.

At The Delray Center For Healing, it is our goal to offer a comprehensive program of treatment to help those suffering from bipolar disorder and other mental health issues.

We are committed to helping individuals stabilize their mood fluctuations, learn about every aspect of their mood disorder, and learn tools and strategies to maintain greater balance in mood, thus promoting the greatest opportunity to rebuild their life.

Our Bipolar Disorder Treatment Includes:

Bipolar Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The Delray Center Bipolar Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) has often achieved extraordinary success in cases that have failed numerous medication combinations, ECT (electro convulsive therapy), TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation), and VNS (vagal nerve stimulation).

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Bipolar Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Bipolar Disorder IOP at the Delray Center is the next progression of Bipolar Disorder outpatient treatment that can follow either inpatient care or PHP. The IOP level of care is the essential transition between the more intensive care levels and regular outpatient treatment.

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Bipolar Disorder Dual Diagnosis Treatment

When multiple conditions or disorders exist for a patient, this is considered to be a dual diagnosis. Proper diagnosis and outpatient treatment is essential. At the Delray Center for Healing, we recognize the complexities of identifying and treating clients with multiple conditions and disorders.

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Bipolar Disorder Outpatient Treatment

The unavoidable interruption of treatment that occurs at the end of any intensive inpatient stay greatly limits the depth of therapy that can be reached. Outpatient therapy and treatment is not subjected to the same external time restrictions. The transition from a structured program down to basic individual and group therapy is actually very easy when the path of continuity is made available.

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