You can expect: an initial 60-90 minute assessment interview with your psychiatrist within 24-hours of your arrival; comprehensive psychological testing through a battery of neuropsychological,
, vocational and personality tests; genetic testing (if requested/needed); psychotherapy assessments with your primary therapist to gain a deep understanding of your history and reasons for seeking residential treatment; somatic experiencing assessment to identify triggers and coping strategies currently used for intense emotional issues; an evaluation to determine whether EMDR is an appropriate intervention strategy; family and treatment history (with your permission) through interviews with your outpatient therapists, psychiatrists, family members and other important people in your life.
Bridges to Recovery's premier licensed residential psychiatric facilities are designed for adults struggling with mental health disorders who are seeking a safe alternative to a hospital environment. Our facilities are accredited by The Joint Commission. Our clinical expertise and nurturing residences provide a safe and supportive environment for you to get to the root of the problem, identify the obstacles to growth and remove them, and gain skills and insight. Our clinical team are experts in the treatment of even the most complex psychiatric disorders, employing a unique and effective combination of psychiatry, psychotherapy, and integrative therapy. You can expect: Intensive individual therapy five days per week with doctoral and highly experienced therapists, maximum milieu of six clients with a 2:1 staff-to-client ratio, extensive psychiatric and clinical assessments, and neuropsychological testing, multiple daily therapy groups and rejuvenating holistic experiences, on-site psychiatric care and medication management, and compassionate, comprehensive healing that addresses emotional, spiritual, social and physical needs. Our treatment specialties include: mood disorders (depression bipolar, complicated grief), personality disorders (borderline personality, dependent personality), anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders (schizophrenia, schizoaffective), trauma (PTSD, dissociative), and other co-occurring disorders (phase of life, process addictions).