Bipolar Disorder Therapy NYC

Bipolar Disorder can make you feel out of control, but it doesn’t have to be that way forever. Our NYC therapists can help you effectively engage in your life, according to what is most important to you.

Therapy for Bipolar Disorder in NYC

Suffering from Bipolar Disorder can feel like a never-ending rollercoaster-ride emotionally for both you and your loved ones. Maybe you are suffering from short periods of elated mood, excess energy, lowered need for sleep, grandiose ideas, and even reckless behavior, such as spending a lot of money, engaging in risky sexual behavior, or using drugs. you may feel like you are a different person, and there are no limits as to what you can do in life.

The good news is that we can help.

Common Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

If you have bipolar disorder, you may do things that you later regret, feel ashamed or embarrassed about, things that get you in trouble with the law or end up with serious consequences for your health, financial, social, work, and family relationships.

Other times you may feel a lack of energy, sleepiness, apathy, hopelessness, concentration problems, weight gain or loss, lack of appetite, moodiness, and loss of pleasure. In some cases the depression and the mania/hypomania change rather rapidly, other times it can take months before a manic/hypomanic episode returns. Since we use scientifically supported treatments for Bipolar Disorder, there is good reason to believe your (or your loved one’s) symptoms can begin to improve very soon.

How Our NYC Therapists Can Help Bipolar Disorder

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) has been shown to help those with depression and bipolar disorder, especially when combined with the proper medication.

How CBT can help:

  • Accepting your diagnosis
  • Monitoring your mood
  • Restructure your thoughts
  • Problem solving
  • Enhance your social skills
  • Build a stable, daily routine

Bipolar disorders are often treated with psychotropic medications, e.g., lithium and Depakote.  There is scientific evidence that adding cognitive behavioral therapy as an adjunct can be helpful.  Bipolar symptoms may decrease further and increases in coping skills are found when therapy is added.

Bipolar Disorder Specialists

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How Therapy for Bipolar Disorder Works

Step one

Connect with your therapist by either completing our matching form or reaching out to our care coordinators over the phone.

Step two

Attend a 45 minute intake session, where you will get to know your chosen therapist. The point of this visit is to learn what brought you to therapy and how we can help.

Step three

In each ongoing session, you and your therapist will use trusted therapy approaches to help you develop and reach your goals. Collaboratively, you’ll connect in a safe, comfortable space to help you engage in your life in the way you want.

Contemporary care

Empathetic Experts

Our therapists and coaches have combined decades of experience and are specially trained to provide high quality, compassionate support for your health and wellbeing.

Goal oriented

We’re dedicated to using evidence-based methods to ensure you receive the most effective treatment and meet your goals.

Here to support you

personalized matching

We know that having a better relationship with your therapist leads to better outcomes, so we carefully match you with the right therapist to fit your unique needs.

compassionate care

It’s important to our therapists that you feel safe, seen, and understood in therapy. Our offices are judgment-free spaces.

Let's help you off the emotional rollarcoaster.

Our expert NYC therapists can help you start your path forward. We’ll offer you a judgment-free space to build the skills you need to effectively manage your bipolar disorder and live the life you want.

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