Depression & Anxiety
Clinical depression and anxiety disorders are serious mental health disorders that frequently occur in people struggling with substance abuse. Research shows that people who struggle with anxiety or a mood disorder such as depression are two to three times more likely to have an alcohol or substance abuse problem in their lives than people without a disorder. When someone struggles with both depression or anxiety and a substance use disorder, they can quickly fall into a vicious cycle where symptoms of one disorder make the other worse. Whether substance abuse is a result of depression or anxiety, or depression or anxiety is a symptom of substance abuse, effective treatment must address both issues.
Treated at: Tennessee, Pennsylvania and Mississippi
Clients with mood disorders or anxiety disorders will engage in various therapies during inpatient treatment for depression and anxiety, including individual, family and group therapy. This well-rounded approach to treatment gives clients the opportunity to address their depression or anxiety in multiple environments while surrounded by a safe and supportive community. Clients meet one-on-one with their primary therapist to discuss their specific needs and issues.
Our residential depression treatment and anxiety treatment centers give clients the chance to step away from daily pressures and responsibilities to focus on recovery. During residential treatment, clients explore their depression or anxiety using a variety of therapies, learn how to better manage their symptoms, and address the underlying factors contributing to their mood disorder and/or anxiety.
Treatment is just the first step toward successfully managing anxiety and depression. After residential treatment for depression or anxiety, we encourage clients to participate in our continuing care program. Continued support from the treatment community allows clients to progress toward their goals and develop essential relapse prevention skills.
Therapies Commonly Used
Supervised by an experienced medical professional, it can be life-changing for individuals suffering from severe, debilitating depression.
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (RTMS)
For those who struggle with treatment-resistant depression or those who prefer not to take psychoactive medications.
Fitness and Wellness
Promote self-care and physical and emotional healing with fitness classes, ropes course activities, hikes and sports.
Bond with horses and learn valuable lessons about respect, empathy and communication.
Teaches important recovery lessons about trust, communication, perseverance, team-building and overcoming obstacles.
Find spiritual services and communities that integrate spirituality into the recovery process.