Bruce Fischer MD

(401) 648-4942

Psychiatric therapy in Bristol, RI, that helps you feel better


Offering Psychiatric Therapy in Bristol, RI

Psychiatric treatment is most empowering when it not only provides relief to symptoms but facilitates understanding of their origin and helps each person recognize and learn to utilize their own capacities to lessen or prevent similar problems in the future.

Dr. Fischer is happy to be able to assist clients by coordinating care with skilled and dedicated independent practitioners in Ayurveda, allopathy, psychotherapy, chiropractic, nutrition, physical therapy, massage, and acupuncture.

  • Anxiety
  • Addictions
  • Depression
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Pain
  • Panic
  • PTSD
  • Unhappiness
  • Interpersonal Difficulties

Improve your health and nutrition in Bristol, RI

Yoga & Meditation

The various practices of yoga, including meditation, can help you increase your experience of inner calm, deal more easily with unwanted thoughts and emotions, improve your concentration and productivity, and increase your ability to deal more effectively with both stress and pain. These and numerous other benefits, which increase with practice, are more lasting than the temporary effects of medications and can also be empowering aids to decrease the perceived need for substances.

Psychotherapies

The various psychotherapies offer a range of important benefits. In light of the differences in goals, therapeutic processes, and relationships with the therapists associated with different therapies, it is often helpful to obtain some assistance in choosing a therapist and form of psychiatric therapy in Bristol, RI, that is most likely to meet your needs.

Nutrition

As nutrition plays a significant role in both mental and physical health, approaches to diet are best individualized in response to differences in our constitutions, sensitivities, needs, beliefs, and goals.

Therapeutic Movement & Exercise

Physical life—from the cell and tissue to the organs as well as the cerebrospinal fluid, blood, and lymphatics—is reflected by movement. Exercise and mindful movement (whether in the form of walking, running, dancing, swimming, tai chi, or even using a rocking chair) benefits mind and body.

Somatic Therapies

These therapies (including massage, acupuncture, physical therapy, and chiropractic) offer numerous potential benefits, which are both important and have clear potential to maximize the benefits of other therapies in light of each person’s individual issues and goals regarding health and nutrition.