Counseling Services for Depression & Bipolar Disorder
Grief and gloom are uncomfortable emotions for most people. However, continued sadness that affects daily life and relationships can be indicative of a more severe issue–depression. Additionally, clinical depression can be a symptom of bipolar disorder (BPD), a mental illness characterized by extreme shifts in mood, behavior, and more.
At T.R. Liscombe Family & Behavioral Consultants, LLC, our counselors are trained and qualified to help identify if you are struggling with depression or bipolar disorder. Our therapists understand that these mental conditions are complex and difficult for patients to live with. We offer compassionate and effective mental health treatment options so that you can live a full, satisfying, and productive life.
Processing your experience with a professional counselor helps you develop healthy patterns
and behaviors as you progress on your mental health journey.
Mental Health Treatment for Depression & BPD
For those with depression and bipolar disorder, psychotherapy is critical to building healthy thought patterns and coping strategies. Additionally, group therapy can assist with creating a sense of community and a support system.
Our counselors at T.R. Liscombe Family & Behavioral Consultants, LLC, take time to get to know each of our clients, deciding together what treatment plan is the best way to achieve goals. Many therapy methods can aid in the treatment of these mental health conditions, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal and social rhythm therapy (IPSRT), and family therapy. With help from the professional counselors at T.R. Liscombe Family & Behavioral Consultants, LLC, therapy can help you recognize behavior patterns, develop coping strategies, and empower you to feel more in control of your day-to-day routine.
Depression & Bipolar Disorder FAQ
Yes, there are many different types of these mental conditions, depending on your symptoms. Bipolar I and Bipolar II are determined by the frequency of manic and depressive episodes. Additionally, a diagnosis of clinical depression may truly point to another condition, such as disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, bipolar disorder, or premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Our counselors at T.R. Liscombe Family & Behavioral Consultants, LLC will work with you to properly identify your symptoms and diagnosis so you can receive the best care possible.