Bipolar Disorder Treatment from the New York Psychotherapy Cooperative

Bipolar Disorder Therapy & Counseling in NYC

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Bipolar disorder, in all of it's manifestations (full spectrum), can be a devastating, confusing and destructive disease. Without the proper help it can be very easy for a person to get lost in their symptoms and sink lower into an all consuming depression or the anxiety that comes with it's manic phases. It is important to reach out to a professional that understands your disorder and can fully explain the details of what this condition means to you and knowing those details can mean the difference between suffering with bipolar disorder and living with bipolar disorder.

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Why Get Therapy if I Already Take Medication?

Therapy can be just as important as the proper medication as someone who suffers with bipolar disorder needs to understand what is happening to them in order to be able to manage it. A trained therapist can be instrumental in your ability to function in a positive manner and continue moving forward in your life by supporting you and helping you recognize your symptoms.

Our therapists will work with you in whatever way is most suitable to you individual needs. Whether group or personal therapy, our primary goal is to assist you in managing your disorder.

Can Therapy Really Help?.

While medication can be a vital part of maintaining this disorder, it isn't always enough. With your mental health at stake, it's very important to give yourself every possible chance and every possible advantage in recovery and while there is no cure, there is no reason that you cannot manage your symptoms in a way that allows you to lead a positive and fulfilling life.

Bipolar disorder can be a dark and frightening illness but your therapist can help you reach the light at the end of that tunnel and give you the support that you need to stay there.

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