HOW WE DO IT
BOLD Health was established to bring the highest quality of care to mental health and substance abuse treatment. We strive for excellence in every service we provide. Quite simply, we are the best treatment providers in Southern California
Psychiatric Medication Management
Individual appointments with a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner for evaluation and continued management of psychotropic medications for the treatment of psychiatric conditions.
Individual appointments for talk therapy to discuss the psychological underpinnings of psychiatric conditions and general life problems
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGAM and PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION: ADDICTION, ANXIETY, AND DEPRESSION
Group therapy 3-5 days per week for the treatment of primary mental health conditions as well as substance dependence. These programs include an initial neuropsychiatric evaluation and medical examination with laboratory testing as well as weekly individual psychotherapy and psychiatric medication management appointments as needed.
Aftercare group therapy for graduates of our IOP and PHP programs for continued engagement in care.
Mental illness and addiction take a toll on families and partners, straining crucial relationships. BOLD family meetings are a free resource to help you connect and build up supportive community so you don’t have to go it alone.
Talk therapy appointments for couples struggling with relationship problems.
BOLD Health is pleased to be one of the only providers of outpatient detox treatment in Southern California.
Weekly mindfulness classes integrating the curriculum for mindfulness based stress reduction and mindfulness based recovery program led by Katheryn Hirst, MD. Individual mindfulness appointments also available.
Individual appointments with Dr. Jake Fleming for hands on osteopathic manipulative treatment for chronic pain.
BIOFEEDBACK/ INTERACTIVE MEDITATION
With an extraordinary partnership with the preeminent biofeedback company in the world, Unyte, we have created a sanctuary for the mind to focus on controlling impulses and anxiety to continually advance our therapy and curriculum when not in a group or individual session.