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Services
A highly qualified professional staff with
more than 100 years of combined
experience in the mental health field, is
available to serve the community.
Serving all populations: children,
adolescents, young adults and geriatric.

Bridges' Behavioral Health & Wellness
provides quality care and a variety of
services that will assist in meeting the
needs of all individuals struggling with
life's challenges, while also maintaining
the highest ethical standards.

Treatment frequency is formulated with
patient treatment goals in mind and is
based on patient/treatment needs.
Often patients are seen for treatment
weekly or bimonthly.
.
Referral Examples:

-Deteriorating Academic
-Performance
-Bullying/Peer Issues
-Depression
-Grief/Loss
-Divorce
-Mood and Anxiety Disturbances
-Panic Disorders
-Oppositionally Defiant Behaviors
-Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviors
-Self-Esteem Issues
-ADD/ADHD
Services Offered:

-Individual Psychotherapy
-Group Therapy
-Family Therapy
-Child & Adolescent Therapy
-Couples Counseling
-Parenting Counseling
-Dual Diagnosis Counseling
-Psychiatric Evaluation
-Medication Management
-Telepsychiatry
-Referral Resource
-Certified Trauma Therapy
-School Based Therapy (see below)
Diagnoses/Challenges:

-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
-Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
-Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
-Oppositionally Defiant Disorder (ODD)
-Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
-Depression
-Mood Disorders
-Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
-Anxiety w/ Panic Attacks
-Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
-Bi-Polar Disorder
-Schizophrenia
-Substance Abuse Issues
-Social Phobias
-Family Issues
-Marital Issues
-Self Esteem/Stress Management
-Grief/Loss
-Any Additional Challenging Life Stressors
School Based Therapy:

**Currently in Queen Anne's County
Only**

A parent or guardian may seek
supportive therapy for a student
enrolled in Queen Anne's County
Public Schools by contacting our
office staff at 410-758-8750. An initial
intake appointment is scheduled in
the office and all additional therapy
follow-up appointments are
conducted in the child's school with
minimal disruption to class time.
We have helped students
successfully address a wide variety
of issues related to school, home,
family, and peers, in addition to
increasing the parent support and
involvement in the child's academic &
social environment.
Parents are strongly encouraged to
be involved in the therapeutic
process.
Group Therapy:

Please contact our office for additional information regarding the
therapy groups that are currently offered. Individuals interested in
participating in group therapy will need to contact our office and
express interest prior to attending group sessions. Group therapy
sessions continue over the course of 12 weeks, with the
exception of the Dual Diagnosis Group, which is 24 weeks long.
Attendance for the Dual Diagnosis Group and Anger
Management Group (if court-ordered) is mandatory for certificate
completion.  

-Dual Diagnosis Group- Wednesday's @ 4:00 p.m.
-Anger Management Group-Tuesday's @ 6:00 p.m.
-Women's Issues Group- Monday's @ 12:00 p.m.
-Parenting Group- COMING SOON