It is suggested that nearly half of adults will experience mental health struggles in their lifetime.
These are symptoms of our emotional pain. Emotional pain is caused by unresolved trauma.
Trauma is an intimidating word, and often associated with horrendous acts of abuse or neglect (which most certainly are forms of trauma). But trauma can come in many forms, and we see trauma as anything causing pain. Understanding where trauma stems from can be found here.
Because you deserve to experience happiness and emotional wellness.
People often ask us: “Is it the right time?” Our answer is almost always: “Yes!”
We believe that if there is anything holding you back from happiness and emotional wellness, it needs to be addressed, and for several reasons. When left untreated and unresolved:
After five decades of providing a space for folks to experience healing, we believe that anyone can benefit from attending our program. We ALL experience pain in our lives from painful events (trauma). By giving yourself the opportunity to heal you are giving yourself the freedom to live an emotionally healthy and fulfilling life.
We do see people at various stages of need:
The unfortunate part of these stages of need:
They are progressive and that without getting help, they will not just clear up and go away.
The fortunate part of these stages of need:
Help is available and happiness is possible.
In order to heal from the pain causing us distress, we need an emotional surgery (if you will). We need to:
This is what we do at The Bridge to Recovery.
To learn more about how we meet every stage of need, visit our Length of Stay page. If you have questions about registering for our program, we invite you to reach out to us today.
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“ Honestly the Bridge taught me something I already knew but had to remember. I am so damn special, valid, and important. Everyone in my life saw it, but me. The Bridge just showed me how to look in the mirror to see for myself. ”
- Jewel, Alumnus