Treatment Programs

The WellBridge Approach

Innovation, dignity, and professional collaboration are the hallmarks of the WellBridge treatment approach. Our experienced multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, medical internists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, mental health technicians, and support staff work closely together to provide truly individualized care that will address the unique mental, emotional, spiritual, physical, cognitive, and social needs of each patient. WellBridge has full Joint Commission and CMS Accreditation, and accepts all major insurance and Medicare.

WellBridge Healthcare Clinical Services

Group and Individual Psychotherapy

WellBridge Fort Worth offers individual and group psychotherapy as a part of both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Therapy at WellBridge uses evidence based best practice techniques. The curriculum and counseling methods are designed to meet the needs of individuals dealing with multiple symptoms of mental illness.

We cover:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Substance Abuse and Recovery
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Solution Focus Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Reminiscence Therapy
  • Symptom Management and Mental Health Recovery
  • Grief and Trauma
  • Mindfulness and Grounding Techniques

Recreational and Activity Therapy

WellBridge Fort Worth offers Recreational and Activity Therapy as a cornerstone to help patients gain insight into how recreational activities can help improve mood, encourage socialization, and promote the need for positive leisure activities. WellBridge programming offers many activities, including but not limited to:

  • Yoga and Aroma Therapy
  • Exercise Group and Healthy Habits
  • Walking Program: Encourage patient to walk daily to increase mood and heart health
  • Music Therapy
  • Expressive Art Therapy
  • Peer Support
  • Leisure Activity Engagements
  • Recreation Skills: Teach patient ways to develop new positive leisure activities
  • Spiritual and Inspiration Peer Groups

Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Programs

Mental Health Treatment for Adults & Seniors

Patients admitted to the Inpatient Mental Health program receive 24-hour supervised psychiatric treatment and crisis support for mental health issues. Emphasis is on identifying crisis symptoms, stabilizing behaviors, identifying environmental supports and increasing the coping skills of each patient.

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Substance Use & Addiction Treatment

Inpatient substance use services include private treatment for medically assisted detox, therapeutic interventions, and rehabilitation for addiction and use of alcohol, prescription drugs, opioids and other mood-altering substances.

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Live Well Recovery Program™ for Co-Occurring Diagnosis

A customized treatment plan will address the symptoms of a patient suffering from co-occurring psychiatric and substance use issues. Dual diagnosis provides treatment for addiction while also addressing the symptoms of the co-occurring mental condition.

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Inpatient Treatment Programs for Adults Age 50+

The inpatient services of WellBridge Healthcare provide compassionate, comprehensive and intensive mental healthcare treatment to adults ages 50 and over, with psychiatric, addictive, and co-occurring responses. During inpatient treatment, patients will learn to manage their mental health or addiction use through a combination of behavioral and holistic therapies, wellness education, recreational activities and medication when necessary. Most of the patients we treat are feeling better and return home within about two weeks.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program at WellBridge Fort Worth provides patients ages 50 and above, and their families, with a more flexible option to help manage mental health or substance use conditions. Outpatient treatment is a therapeutic, recovery focused, group program held in a safe environment, providing therapy and ongoing symptom management tools. Outpatient treatment intensity can vary by necessity, but is typically held for a few hours a day, three days per week, at the hospital.

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