Young Adult Program

Bright Path Program GPS provides for a variety of neuro-behavioral programming (In-Patient and Out-Patient) that has been developed based on extensive experience in clinical, organizational and developmental collaboration with The Cottages On Mountain Creek. Programs currently include the following:

Addiction Program

The Addiction Psycho-Education Program is Designed for Young Adults and/or Seniors. The 12-week curriculum-based program is a cognitive therapy multi-disciplinary, multi-modal program designed to achieve and assist..

Dealing with Pain Program

The Dealing with Pain Program (IOP) is a seven-week cognitive multi-modal therapeutic program designed to achieve and maintain stability with severe and persistent pain. The program is a fully integrated medical-behavioral health continuum-of-care…

Intensive Out-Patient Program (IOP)

The Bright Path Intensive Out-Patient Program is a partial-day treatment program consisting of specialized group therapy sessions led by clinical therapists for senior care assisted living.…

Mood & Anxiety Disorders Program

The following data is from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. During 2013–2016, 8.1% of American adults aged 20 and over had depression in a given 2-week period…

Therapy ConneXion Program (Individual Therapy)

The purpose of the Bright Path Community Based NeuroBehavioral Therapy ConneXion is to improve access to cognitive, behavioral and addiction services for adults, as well as seniors, by creating supportive…

Adjunct Therapies & Activities

Residents have the choice to choose from a variety of adjunct programming. Art Therapy helps young adults and seniors explore their emotions, improve self-esteem, manage addictions, relieve stress, improve symptoms of anxiety and depression and cope with…

All programming is structured around young adults as well as seniors and relies on the following key components for effective treatment, rehabilitation and care:
  • Foundation and structure based on individual wants, needs, goals?
  • Client opportunity to develop/practice relearned behavior
  • A map for orienting one’s life in a straight path and/or to alter their course consciously (proactively)
  • Individualized, customized care that includes family and/or caregivers
  • Community awareness to promote seamless and integrated continuum-of-care
  • A Center of Excellence mindset
  • Development of client resilience to move through their challenges and enhance their quality of life

What Makes Bright Path Program GPS Different from Others?

The Bright Path Program GPS has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval.

Bright Path Program GPS is proud to announce its affiliation with Emory University Medical School for a Fourth Year Resident Rotation in Community Psychiatry.

All programming provides a Holistic Approach to Recovery and Maintaining Wellness.

Programming is individualized, documented and outcome driven allowing participants and family members to track progress throughout the length of the program.

The participant, family, caretaker and community support teams are welcome and encouraged to be part of the treatment plan.

Completion includes a detailed workbook identifying triggered thinking patterns, as well as skills and tools for reinforcement of progress made during the program.


Who the Program Treats

Consistently recognized as one of the top treatment programs, we treat

  • Adults ages 18 and older with a primary psychiatric diagnosis (Mental Health IOP; Addiction Program and Pain Program; and
  • Seniors with cognitive issues and mental health issues (OCD, Anxiety, Major Depression), as well as seniors living with addictive disorders, chronic pain and mood and anxiety disorders.

What Diagnoses are Addressed?

  • BIPOLAR DISORDER >bipolar illness or “manic depression”
  • MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER >major depression, often with co-occurring anxiety
  • SCHIZOPHRENIA/SCHIZOEFFECTIVE DISORDER >specialized program for young adults with first episode psychosis, as well as recurring episodes
  • DUAL DIAGNOSIS >primary mood disorder with co-occurring alcohol or substance misuse problems
  • BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER >co-occurring borderline personality disorder that can be treated using dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • DEALING WITH PAIN >managing emotional and physical pain
  • SENIORS WITH CO-OCCURRING DIAGNOSIS>mental health diagnosis and memory care


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