Integrative Mood Disorder Treatment

Living with a mood disorder can often feel like a daily battle against your own emotional state. The darkness of major depression has the ability to make even the smallest of tasks appear daunting, while the unpredictability of bipolar disorder can threaten the stability of everything from employment to relationships.   

Mood disorders, like all mental health conditions, have an effect on your physical health as well as your emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Depression and pain have an intricate relationship because they share a neurochemical pathway. Those with bipolar disorder frequently experience regulatory errors to the nervous system that can result in immune impairment and sleep disturbances. The most effective treatment methods address both the emotional and physical symptoms.

Our Approach to Healing Mood Disorders

Our unique treatment approach, Neurobiological Integration (NBI), calms both mind and body through a comprehensive recalibration of your stress response. This component of our intensive outpatient treatment program is tailored to meet your individual needs, and is designed to help you develop emotional resilience, regulate your nervous system, and restore balance to your brain chemistry.

Develop Emotional Resilience
True Life provides Individual, Couples, and Group Therapy options that allow you to better understand your illness, experience therapeutic processing, undergo cognitive restructuring, and develop tools for emotional regulation and resilience.

Regulate Your Nervous System
Through one-on-one mindfulness, yoga, nutrition, fitness and bodywork sessions, our integrative practitioners work with you to calm the limbic system, rewire your stress response, alleviate physical symptoms, and establish restorative self-care practices.

Restore Balance to Your Brain Chemistry
Psychiatry at True Life goes far beyond medication. Our highly-skilled psychiatrists are interested in getting to know your story through evaluation, assessment, and regular in-person meetings. With knowledge of your unique neurochemical makeup in mind, our psychiatric team works with you to discuss whether medication would help you meet your treatment goals.