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Abilene Bipolar Disorder Intervention

Abilene Bipolar Disorder Interventions must be tailored to the individual and any possible dual conditions or co-occurring disorders.

Learn how to expertly stage and perform an Abilene bipolar disorder intervention. Our bipolar disorder intervention model includes developing strategies, solutions, treatment options, counseling and ongoing assistance through all phases of a person’s recovery.

The techniques we’ve developed for bipolar disorder interventions have improved current methods used throughout the industry today. Our evidenced-based model has significantly reduce further damage from occurring to already strained relationships, while substantially increasing the odds of getting those suffering from bipolar disorder successfully into treatment.

Speak with an experienced bipolar disorder intervention specialist today at: 800-980-3927

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More About Bipolar Disorder

The diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be complicated by coexisting (comorbid) psychiatric conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, social phobia, panic disorder and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Substance abuse may predate the appearance of bipolar symptoms, further complicating the diagnosis.

There are four basic types of bipolar disorder; all of them involve clear changes in mood, energy, and activity levels. These moods range from periods of extremely “up,” elated, and energized behavior (known as manic episodes) to very sad, “down,” or hopeless periods (known as depressive episodes). Less severe manic periods are known as hypomanic episodes.

Bipolar I Disorder— defined by manic episodes that last at least 7 days, or by manic symptoms that are so severe that the person needs immediate hospital care. Usually, depressive episodes occur as well, typically lasting at least 2 weeks. Episodes of depression with mixed features (having depression and manic symptoms at the same time) are also possible.

Bipolar II Disorder— defined by a pattern of depressive episodes and hypomanic episodes, but not the full-blown manic episodes described above.

Cyclothymic Disorder (also called cyclothymia)— defined by numerous periods of hypomanic symptoms as well numerous periods of depressive symptoms lasting for at least 2 years (1 year in children and adolescents). However, the symptoms do not meet the diagnostic requirements for a hypomanic episode and a depressive episode.

People with bipolar disorder experience periods of unusually intense emotion, changes in sleep patterns and activity levels, and unusual behaviors. These distinct periods are called “mood episodes.” Mood episodes are drastically different from the moods and behaviors that are typical for the person. Extreme changes in energy, activity, and sleep go along with mood episodes.

Proper diagnosis and treatment help people with bipolar disorder lead healthy and productive lives. Talking with a doctor or other licensed mental health professional is the first step for anyone who thinks he or she may have bipolar disorder. The doctor can complete a physical exam to rule out other conditions. If the problems are not caused by other illnesses, the doctor may conduct a mental health evaluation or provide a referral to a trained mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist, who is experienced in diagnosing and treating bipolar disorder.

If someone you care about is telling you no, I won’t go to treatment, I don’t need help, the problem isn’t that bad – or acknowledges they need help, but doesn’t follow up on getting it – you are in the right place. Without competent assistance, dealing with mental disorders and destructive behaviors can leave families discouraged or convinced that nothing can be done.

Fortunately, these are the exact types of difficulties we are trained to deal with when encountering bipolar disorder, substance abuse and other forms of self-destructive behaviors. In fact, every family seeking our assistance has told us they were met with either resistance, excuses, denial or minimization when they approached their loved one with getting help. Meanwhile, more than 98% of these same families were later told by their loved one, “okay, I’m willing to go to treatment” after allowing us to facilitate their intervention.

Please take a moment to speak with a bipolar disorder intervention counselor today and receive a private consultation: 800-980-3927

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Getting Started

In our initial phone interview, we will discuss relevant issues in order to do a thorough evaluation. Once a comprehensive profile is factored in, a strategy will be developed that is tailored around your loved one’s particular situation. Cost, logistics, time frame and any other questions or concerns you have will also be answered.

Necessary Measures

There are effective ways to engage those who are suffering. Aligning yourself to an intervention specialist who understands the serious nature of mental disorders, alcohol abuse and drug addiction is critical.

Begin the healing process today and let us provide you with a private consultation: 800-980-3927

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  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
  • Bipolar Disorder Intervention, Bipolar Disorder Treatment
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