The disorder causes immense feelings of sadness at times that can make a person feel hopeless, or cause them to lose interest in most day-to-day activities. But when the mood takes on a manic phase, the person can feel the opposite – euphoric and highly energetic. Although bipolar disorder is an all-encompassing and deeply disruptive long-term condition, treatment can work if a plan is followed with dedication. In most cases, bipolar disorder can be treated effectively with a combination of medications and psychotherapy.
Our experienced team at Trafalgar Addiction Treatment Centres understands the unpredictable, highly personal nature of this disorder, and we are here to help. Through the use of highly effective mental health treatments, we aim to help stabilize your condition while ensuring you are treated wholly and comprehensively. Personalized care is essential to effective recovery, and through the use of traditional psychological methods such as cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy in an individual or group setting, we will identify what treatments work best for you and help you regain control of your life.