The role of BridgePoint is to support self-discovery, as well as skill building, in the transition from letting go of old, unhealthy life patterns to discovering a variety of new and healthy choices in how to respond to the challenges of life. This support is provided in a program with three sequential modules that symbolize the process of building a bridge to recovery.
The format of each module includes intensive experiential learning and teaching sessions within a group model, individual discussions and processing of personal issues. Individuals are encouraged to progress at their own rate toward their personal or optimal level of wellness. Self–responsibility is encouraged and supported in all modules. In each step of the programming, participants will stay onsite in community. We can accommodate up to 15 participants at a time. The smaller group number allows for diversity and connection as a group.
For almost 20 years, BridgePoint has helped individuals and families heal from disordered eating.