Mental health is just as important as your physical health. Similar to having a toothache and not going to the dentist, the result will be the same–you’ll keep hurting and the problem will probably get worse. Making an appointment with a clinician to begin building a healthy mind will give you a foundation to have an overall healthier you.
Our professional, Master’s level clinicians have been trained to help people with problems similar to yours and can recognize patterns in your life that have led to your mental unwellness. Clinicians give you evidence-proven resources, tools, and tactics to help manage unhealthy thoughts and behaviors.
We have psychiatrists who provide specific mental health support and guidance to patients who benefit from medication management. What’s the difference between therapy and psychiatry? Psychiatry focuses on healing mental health disorders which have positive results being treated with medication, whereas therapy works to resolve issues through behavioral and conversational methods only.
We have options for medically treating mental health disorders for those who find that talk therapy alone is not enough. While we always encourage those who find medication helpful to also include traditional therapy on their journey to building a healthy mind, no matter which path you take, we’ll help ensure you have all the right tools to heal.
Our holistic Resource Connect programs include Outpatient (OP) and Early Intervention treatment plans. Our Substance Use Treatment program offers individual, family, and group therapy services for all patients in treatment.
Our Substance Use Treatment program builds upon a comprehensive addiction relapse prevention plan and group therapy. The goal of our OP program is to help Substance Use Disorder patients sustain and strengthen their recovery.
Our state-approved Early Intervention DWI/DUI education program is designed to bring awareness to addiction and substance use disorders.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy will help you live a life worth living by teaching you how to change behavioral, emotional, and thinking patterns associated with the everyday problems in life.
DBT was originally designed to help treat patients with suicidal thoughts and borderline personality disorder. As it’s grown in effectiveness and popularity, it has been adapted to treat a wide variety of mental health matters, especially ones that cause increased emotional distress such as anxiety and depression.