What Is Bipolar Disorder?
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder that is characterized by dramatic shifts in mood. Each individual that has a diagnosis of bipolar disorder will have varying symptoms and varying levels of severity. Psychopharmacology (medication) in combination with psychotherapy (talk therapy) in either group or individual formats is suggested for most individuals with this diagnosis.
What Services Do NSTN Offer That Addresses Bipolar Disorder?
- Individual assessments, treatments and referrals are available by trained and experienced clinicians for children (over the age of 6), youths and adults that are experiencing the symptoms of bipolar disorder.
- Fees are offered on a sliding scale.
- Individual therapy sessions are $120. Some exceptions apply.
- All services provided by psychiatrists are covered by OHIP and no charges will be made to clients.
- There is no direct cost for individual counselling for those that meet the requirements for NIHB Mental Health Counselling Services (Click Here).
- Many extended health care benefit packages provide reimbursement for counselling/therapy. Please check with your insurance provider/employer to confirm eligibility for reimbursement.
- Groups and workshops that address the symptoms of bipolar disorder and other emotional difficulties are available by trained and experienced clinicians for youths, adults and families at significantly reduced rates.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Group
- Young Adults Group (ages 18-24)
- Youth Group (ages 14-17)
- Seniors Group
- Family Support Group
- Coping with Stress Group (Drop-In)
Contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (705) 481-1925 to schedule an appointment or to register for a group.