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Utah County’s Premier Mental Health Clinic

In Orem, Utah
Why Choose Bristol Health?

Bristol Health is a comprehensive mental health clinic with both therapists and psychiatric medical providers under the same roof. As the largest privately owned mental health clinic in Utah County, you’re not just a number to us.

  • Both Therapy & Medicine Offered
  • Accurate Diagnosis & Personalized Treatment Plans
  • In Office & Telehealth Options
  • Located in the Center of Utah County off I-15
  • Open on Saturdays
Meet Our Founder Dr. Kelly Wosnik

Founded in 2015 by Dr. Kelly Wosnik, Bristol Health is now the largest privately owned mental health clinic in Utah County. Kelly’s background in family medicine revealed the need for improved mental health care, leading her to focus on helping patients on their mental health journey.

Today, Bristol Health continues to grow, serving over 17,000 patients in Orem, Utah County and throughout the state of Utah. Dr. Kelly Wosnik now serves as the full-time CEO of Bristol Health.

Bristol Health’s care and compassion make it a trusted resource for mental health support.

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Mykell’s Story

After I had the genetic testing done I found that every medication my family doctors had ever put me on did not work with my body genetically. I can honestly say my life has changed and improved since going here. After struggling with mental health for years, I am so grateful I found Bristol Health!

Personalized Mental Health Medication
Find What Works For You

Our cheek swab test determines the most effective mental health medications for you.

  • The DNA test analyzes how you process different medications
  • Customized treatment recommendations
  • Learn which medications to avoid
  • Limits the trial and error of mental health medication
  • Get better, faster
ADHD Testing in Utah County

Bristol Health offers thorough testing to get an accurate ADHD diagnosis, allowing for a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan.

At Bristol Health, we focus on evidence-based solutions for mental health.
Our Mission
Optimal Outcomes Through Collaboration

Improving the mental health of our community through

Collaborative practice
Attentive staff
Reputable providers
Evidence-based treatment and a
Supportive environment.

Our Mission

Improving the mental health of our community through

Collaborative practice
Attentive staff
Reputable providers
Evidence-based treatment and a
Supportive environment.

How Patients Feel
About Bristol Health

Bristol Health is amazing. All of their providers truly care about you as a person while helping to strengthen your mental health and wellbeing.

A. M.

I can’t say enough about the staff and care I’ve experienced at Bristol Health. Everyone there is so helpful and happy. They make you feel comfortable the second you walk in the door. The care you receive is outstanding.

L. S.

Bristol Health is an asset in our community. The providers are top notch and the team works hard to ensure they can get patients scheduled in a timely manner. I refer here and highly recommend it!

J. M.
Frequently Asked Questions

What are the warning signs of suicidal ideation and how can Bristol Health provide support?

Warning signs of suicidal ideation may include talking about death or suicide, increased substance abuse, a feeling of hopelessness, withdrawal from social activities, and giving away personal belongings. 

Our mental health clinic offers crisis intervention and ongoing support to individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts. Treatment options may include therapy, medication, and developing a safety plan. 

Additionally, our clinic can connect individuals with support groups and resources to help them through their recovery journey.

How can friends and family members support someone struggling with suicidal thoughts?

Supporting someone struggling with suicidal thoughts involves active listening, empathy, and encouragement to seek professional help. Bristol Health can provide guidance for friends and family members on how to support their loved ones effectively. 

Encouraging open communication, providing a safe and non-judgmental space, and helping them connect with professional mental health services can be crucial steps in preventing suicide and promoting recovery.

What are the common signs and symptoms of ADHD in children and adults?

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is characterized by persistent inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. In children, symptoms may include difficulty focusing, forgetfulness, excessive talking, constant fidgeting, and difficulty completing tasks. 

In adults, ADHD symptoms might manifest as disorganization, procrastination, mood swings, impulsivity, and difficulty concentrating on tasks. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential in managing ADHD effectively.

What are the available treatments for ADHD at Bristol Health?

Our mental health clinic offers a comprehensive approach to ADHD treatment, incorporating behavioral therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes. Additionally, our team works with patients to develop personalized lifestyle recommendations to improve overall well-being and ADHD management.

What are the common symptoms of anxiety disorders and how can they be treated at Bristol Health?

Anxiety disorders manifest in various ways, including excessive worry, panic attacks, irrational fears, and social anxiety. 

Our mental health clinic offers a range of therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), to help patients manage and overcome anxiety. We may also recommend medication, relaxation techniques, and lifestyle changes to complement therapy sessions and enhance treatment effectiveness.

Are there any self-help strategies for managing anxiety?

Yes, incorporating self-help strategies can complement professional treatment for anxiety disorders. Practicing mindfulness, deep breathing exercises, physical activity, and maintaining a healthy diet can help alleviate anxiety symptoms. 

Additionally, establishing a strong support system and engaging in stress-reduction activities can contribute to overall mental well-being. Our mental health clinic can guide you on appropriate self-help strategies tailored to each individual's needs.

What are the key differences between bipolar I and bipolar II disorders?

Bipolar I disorder is characterized by manic episodes lasting at least seven days, often accompanied by severe depressive episodes. Manic episodes may require hospitalization and can include symptoms like racing thoughts, inflated self-esteem, and impulsive behavior. 

Bipolar II disorder involves a pattern of depressive episodes and hypomanic episodes, which are less severe than the manic episodes seen in bipolar I. Accurate diagnosis and treatment at our mental health clinic can help manage both bipolar I and bipolar II disorders effectively.

How does Bristol Health approach treating bipolar disorder?

Our clinic adopts a tailored approach to treating bipolar disorder, combining medication, therapy, and lifestyle modifications

What are the different types of depression and how does our mental health clinic treat them?

There are several types of depression, including major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, seasonal affective disorder, and postpartum depression. Our mental health clinic offers customized treatment plans based on each patient's specific needs. 

Treatment options may include psychotherapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy or interpersonal therapy, medication, lifestyle changes, or alternative therapies like light therapy for seasonal affective disorder. Our experienced team of professionals will collaborate with patients to develop the most effective treatment plan.

How can lifestyle changes help in managing depression?

In addition to therapy and medication, lifestyle changes can significantly impact depression management. Exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and practicing stress reduction techniques can all contribute to improving mental health. Bristol Health can guide you on appropriate lifestyle changes tailored to each individual's unique circumstances and overall well-being.

What are the typical symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

OCD is characterized by repetitive, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and ritualistic behaviors (compulsions) that the individual feels compelled to perform. Common obsessions include excessive cleanliness, fear of harm, or a need for symmetry. 

Can OCD be cured, or is it a lifelong condition?

While there is no cure for OCD, with appropriate treatment and support from our mental health clinic, many individuals can successfully manage their symptoms and lead fulfilling lives. 

Treatment, such as therapy and medication, can help patients gain control over their obsessions and compulsions, reducing their impact on daily life. It is essential to maintain an ongoing relationship with mental health professionals to monitor and adjust treatment strategies as needed.

What are the common symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and can Bristol Health help?

PTSD is a mental health condition triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, severe anxiety, and uncontrollable thoughts about the event. 

Our mental health clinic offers evidence-based treatments for PTSD, such as trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and medication options. 

A tailored treatment plan can help patients process their trauma, manage their symptoms, and regain control over their lives.

How long does it take for PTSD treatment to show results?

The duration of PTSD treatment varies depending on the individual's specific needs and the severity of their symptoms. Some individuals may experience significant improvement within a few months, while others may require ongoing therapy and support for a more extended period. 

What is the importance of mental health medication?

Mental health medication is essential in ensuring that individuals receive the most effective and appropriate medications for their specific mental health conditions. 

This process involves monitoring the use, dosage, and potential side effects of medications, adjusting treatment plans as needed, and ensuring proper adherence to prescribed medications. Effective mental health medication can lead to improved mental health outcomes and a better quality of life for individuals struggling with mental health.

How can a psychiatrist or mental health professional help with mental health medication?

A psychiatrist or mental health professional can help with mental health medication by conducting thorough assessments of a patient's symptoms, medical history, and current medications. 

They can then determine the most suitable medication and dosage, monitor the effectiveness of the treatment, and make adjustments as needed. Furthermore, they can provide guidance on medication adherence and educate patients on potential side effects, enhancing the overall success of the treatment plan.

What are the different types of mental health therapy available?

There are several types of mental health therapy available, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), psychodynamic therapy, interpersonal therapy, and group therapy. 

Each therapy type has its unique approach to addressing mental health concerns and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of individual patients.

How can mental health therapy benefit individuals struggling with mental health concerns?

Mental health therapy can benefit individuals by providing them with a safe and supportive environment to explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. 

Through therapy, individuals can gain a better understanding of their mental health concerns, develop coping strategies, improve interpersonal relationships, and enhance their overall well-being and quality of life.

What is pharmacogenetic testing and how can it improve mental health treatment outcomes?

Pharmacogenetic testing is a form of genetic testing that examines an individual's genetic makeup to determine how they may respond to specific medications. 

By identifying genetic variations that affect drug metabolism and efficacy, pharmacogenetic testing can help mental health professionals select the most appropriate medication and dosage for a patient. 

This personalized approach to mental health medication can lead to improved treatment outcomes and reduced risk of adverse side effects.

What mental health conditions can benefit from pharmacogenetic testing?

Pharmacogenetic testing can benefit individuals with various mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 

By identifying genetic factors that influence an individual's response to medications, mental health professionals can optimize treatment plans and enhance the overall effectiveness of pharmacological interventions for these conditions. 

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1125 W. Center St.
Orem, UT 84057

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1125 W. Center St.
Orem, UT 84057

Fax: (801) 515-0935

If you are struggling and need someone to talk to right now, the resources below provide free and confidential assistance 24/7:
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988

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