Other Treatment Specialties

Bridges to Recovery offers comprehensive care for a full range of mental health disorders and works to restore functioning, relieve suffering, and create more fulfilling lives. Our clinicians work with you to uncover underlying emotional issues, diagnose co-occurring mental health disorders, teach healthy coping mechanisms, and enhance life skills. Through individual psychotherapy and group therapy, you explore your past experiences that contribute to the disorder, as well as the impact the disorder has on your life. Medication may be used to alleviate symptoms and provide relief as you participate in the larger therapeutic process. The goal is greater insight, clarity, and release from suffering.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

ADHD is a neurobiological disorder that disrupts executive functioning, leading to problems maintaining focus, a lack of impulse control, and problems regulating activity.

Failure to Launch

Failure to launch describes situations in which people are struggling to attain their life goals, whether social, professional, physical, financial, or spiritual.

Phase of Life Issues

The struggle to cope with life changes (such as divorce, retirement, illness, becoming an empty-nester) can create profound emotional reactions and challenges.

Sexual Identity Issues

Individuals suffering from sexual identity issues experience confusion and inner conflict regarding their sexual desires and practices.

Conversion Disorder

Conversion disorder is a mental health disorder in which psychological distress is expressed through the body. It may include blindness, paralysis, numbness, or loss of the ability to speak.


Insomnia is the inability to fall and/or stay asleep and can have deeply negative effects on emotional and physical health and cognitive function.

Sexual Disorder

Sexual health disorders include the loss of sexual performance, absence of sexual pleasure, and/or sexual habits, preferences, and behaviors that cause emotional or physical damage.

If you or your loved one is experiencing any of these disorders, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are always available to answer any questions and help you determine if Bridges to Recovery is a good fit.