At Bridgepoint, your wellbeing is paramount to our ground-breaking and total approach to mental health.
Our highly trained and experienced staff leaves no stone unturned in finding the therapy that produces optimum and lasting results for you. To that end, we utilize an evolutionary methodology that incorporates an elevated clinical approach.
That may seem different compared to many other psychiatric approaches – and it is. Yet it is only different in that it provides you, the patient, many more avenues to health.
Our goal – always – is to provide effective, medically based solutions to what can be complex problems, and we can pursue any number of therapies to secure the healing you seek. From traditional techniques to cutting-edge pathways, our adaptable and scientific approach helps our patients to discover the support that puts them on the path to mental well-being.
For instance, we include traditional approaches while also investigating details that traditional approaches often miss – such as genetic and metabolic markers. The result is a groundbreaking whole person approach that allows us to avoid trial and error while developing a specific treatment method that is tailored for you. This approach may encompass traditional talk therapy, pharmacology, nutrition, somatics, epigenetics, or even movement therapy techniques.
We understand the wide range of psychiatric symptoms and how they can affect your life. And we want you to know that there is no need for you or a family member to suffer or endure. That is why we are always ready to hear from you and provide support.
When is the time to seek professional help?
You may have wondered when is the right time or sign that you or a loved one require professional therapy. We advise anyone who has noticed a sustained decline from typical levels of mental function to seek help if they so desire it. Typical manifestations of mental health concerns include: Sleep deprivation, depression, appetite disorders, attention deficit disorder (ADD), mood concerns, bi-polarity, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
NOTE: If you are experiencing any thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else, please seek immediate medical care.