Inpatient Mental Health and Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
Inpatient Mental Health and Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
Our Residential and Inpatient behavioral health treatment programs are state-of-the-art, offering the best care for addiction and mental illness. In our secure and understanding environment, you can focus on overcoming your personal hurdles and the root causes of your struggles, all under the guidance of caring and skilled professionals.
We know that recovery isn’t the same for everyone. That’s why we don’t just offer a single solution. We look at your whole situation, your challenges, and your goals to figure out the best options for you.
Your treatment program is made just for you, not just for now but for every step of the way. Our programs feature therapies like Somatic Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, all tailored to help you on your path to recovery.
What is Inpatient Mental Health Treatment?
Inpatient mental health treatment is a type of care where you stay at a facility for a period of time to receive dedicated support for your mental health. Think of it like a retreat where the main focus is on helping you feel better, mentally and emotionally.
These treatment services are more intensive than visiting a therapist once a week, as they provide continuous support and a safe environment that’s all about your healing. The idea is to give you space away from your daily life to really focus on your mental health, with professionals available around the clock to help you through your journey.
Types of Co-Occurring Disorders We Treat
Inpatient services cater to various specific needs, including programs for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse combined with other mental illnesses, known as dual diagnosis treatment. Mental health problems and addiction frequently occur together, often influencing and worsening each other. For example, a person might use substances to cope with a mental disorder, or drug abuse might intensify an existing mental health condition. These complexities are why specialized inpatient programs are essential for effective treatment.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) often leads to substance abuse, with around two-thirds of those with BPD turning to drugs or alcohol. Treating someone with a dual diagnosis, a combination of addiction and mental health issues, requires a personalized approach involving the patient, their loved ones, and medical professionals.
The severity of the addiction and mental health symptoms determines the level of care needed. At Psyclarity, many patients with dual diagnosis find residential rehabilitation most effective, where they receive constant support and care.
Individuals with eating disorders may use both prescription medication and illegal substances to control their appetite, which is a dangerous way to handle body image issues. Treating eating disorders often requires a team approach, including physicians for physical health, psychologists for mental health, and nutritionists for dietary planning.
While people with eating disorders can be treated as outpatients, many may need more intensive care in residential or inpatient facilities. The decision between inpatient or outpatient treatment depends on various factors, including body weight, vital signs, and overall physical and psychological stability, as assessed by medical professionals.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
People with OCD experience persistent thoughts and compulsions, such as a fear of germs or excessive cleaning, which can lead to depression, anxiety, and sometimes substance abuse for relief. OCD often disrupts daily life, making even simple tasks challenging.
Recognizing OCD as a serious condition, Psyclarity Health’s Treatment Program offers specialized, personalized care to help individuals manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. By customizing treatment to each person’s specific needs, the program aims to alleviate the impairment caused by these symptoms.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can affect anyone who has experienced overwhelming trauma, not just those in the military or high-risk jobs, and it’s often accompanied by other mental health issues, like substance use disorders. People with PTSD tend to have lower endorphin levels, which can lead them to substances like alcohol for relief.
At Psyclarity Health, treatment for PTSD is intensive and geared towards long-term wellness, often including services for co-occurring disorders to ensure comprehensive healing. This treatment usually involves an inpatient stay, followed by a continued care plan supported by a collaborative environment involving therapists, medical staff, and families.
Individuals with schizoaffective disorder frequently use drugs and alcohol to cope with their symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, and while substance abuse doesn’t cause the disorder, it is considered a risk factor. The most effective treatment combines therapy, medication, and daily support. Residential-inpatient care is particularly beneficial for mental health conditions like schizoaffective disorders, as it provides patients with comprehensive access to all necessary treatment options.