It's possible to live a fulfilling life with bipolar disorder. The Ranch provides effective treatment for bipolar disorder that's also compassionate and respectful. Get time and space away from stressors to focus on getting better. Learn to manage the extreme highs and lows of your mental health condition. Call our recovery advisors today to learn how we can help: 844-876-7680
Many people with bipolar disorder do well in residential rehab.
Inpatient bipolar disorder treatment provides:
The Ranch mental health treatment center’s medical and behavioral specialists use evidence-based traditional and alternative therapies. We treat the full spectrum of mental health and addictive disorders that prevent clients from living life to the fullest.
The Ranch mental health professionals will assess your physical and mental health. We may expand upon your diagnosis of bipolar disorder depending on our findings.
Bipolar disorder assessments may include components like:
We’ll create a personalized treatment plan that considers our assessment findings. The Ranch treatment plans incorporate your unique needs, interests and preferences. This makes treatment more engaging and relevant to your life.
You’ll have one-on-one therapy with mental health professionals trained in treating bipolar disorder. A trusting therapeutic relationship provides a safe space to heal from emotional pain. The Ranch therapists use approaches that help you address underlying issues. You’ll learn to identify and change unhealthy thought patterns. Therapy for bipolar disorders may include cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, interpersonal therapy and other psychosocial interventions. You’ll learn to recognize warning signs of impending episodes of mania or major depressive episodes. You’ll also learn how to “head off” these situations and manage manic symptoms and depressive symptoms.
Treatment of bipolar disorder includes group therapy with peers. Group therapy helps you strengthen interpersonal skills, which can sometimes be challenging when you’re living with bipolar disorder. You’ll hear from others struggling with issues like substance abuse, anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder. You may find that you share similar underlying issues that contribute to your difficulties. The Ranch mental health professionals lead our groups. They’ll guide you through discussions that are relevant to you and your peers.
Many people with bipolar disorder turn to drugs or alcohol to manage the troublesome symptoms of their illness. While drugs or alcohol may help temporarily ease some of these symptoms, substance abuse ultimately makes the problems worse. If you’re already on bipolar disorder medications such as Lithium or Depakote, drugs and alcohol may interfere with your ability to control your symptoms. They can also pose severe health complications such as organ failure. Drug and alcohol abuse can change the brain’s chemistry, affecting the brain’s reward center and making depressive symptoms more intense.
Our medical and behavioral team will assess you for substance abuse when you enter our treatment programs. We want to make sure drug and alcohol abuse are addressed so bipolar treatment is as effective as possible. We will provide drug and alcohol detox as appropriate. You’ll learn healthy coping skills to replace drug and alcohol abuse.
Usually people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder are promptly put on bipolar disorder medications. Medications for bipolar disorder can be an important part of managing manic episodes and major depressive episodes. You’ll meet with our psychiatrists to make sure your bipolar medications are working well for you. We’ll tweak medication as appropriate to manage disorder symptoms and minimize side effects.
Bipolar disorder is often treated with mood-stabilizing medications such as valproic acid, lithium and carbamazepine. These treat both the manic and depressive phases, and help alleviate future symptoms.
Antidepressant drugs may also be useful throughout the depressive phase if taken with a mood stabilizer. Without a mood stabilizer, antidepressants may trigger mania.
Atypical antipsychotics drugs and anti-anxiety drugs have also been found to ease bipolar symptoms in some cases.
Bipolar disorder medications can help control symptoms. However, clients often need help and support to take medicine properly as a part of managing bipolar disorder. Our psychiatric staff will make sure you understand the appropriate timing and dosage of taking medications. We’ll give you tips to help remember these specifics.
At The Ranch, we treat bipolar disorder from all angles. We want you to develop a healthy lifestyle you can continue after you leave our treatment program. In addition to traditional talk therapy, treatment options include alternative approaches. Alternative therapies for bipolar disorder may include:
These approaches can help you manage symptoms of bipolar disorder in healthy ways.
Treatment for bipolar disorder includes family-focused therapy. Some of our programs also offer family days or family programs. Involving loved ones in treatment helps build a supportive home environment when you return to everyday life. Family members will gain a better understanding of bipolar disorder. A trained therapist will help you and your loved ones discuss difficult topics. We’ll teach you how to support each other while taking care of yourselves.
Managing bipolar disorder is ongoing. Continuing care planning is an important part of treating bipolar disorder. During residential rehab you’ll learn about lifestyle changes that support healthy living. We’ll also connect you with recovery resources for people with mental health conditions. These resources can provide critical support you when you leave The Ranch treatment center.
Aftercare planning may include:
Inpatient treatment of bipolar disorder may be more affordable than you think. Many insurance plans cover all or some of treatment for people diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Some insurance carriers cover mental illness treatment in the same way they cover other health conditions. Sometimes you may need to meet a deductible before insurance benefits begin covering treatment.
Call The Ranch for a free insurance benefits check: 844-876-7680. We’ll work with your insurance company and provide you an estimate of out-of-pocket costs.
We know this is a stressful time. Our recovery advisors are caring and passionate about helping people get the help they need for substance abuse and mental illness. We strive to make the admissions process as smooth as possible. Here’s what happens when you call The Ranch:
Call us today to learn about The Ranch treatment programs: 844-876-7680
Living with bipolar disorder is challenging, but not impossible. We can help you create a life you love. Get effective treatment for bipolar disorders that’s also compassionate. Call The Ranch recovery advisors today: 844-876-7680.