Mental Health Disorders We Treat at Camelback Recovery
Whether you’re struggling with anxiety, depression, or another condition, we can help. Our treatment programs are conducted serenely to promote introspection, hope, and wellness. We can help treat the following disorders.
Characterized by persistent, excessive worry or fear about everyday situations, anxiety can cause repeated episodes of terror or stress that intensify into panic attacks. Anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety, and specific phobias. We can help you uncover the root cause of anxiety and develop healthier coping mechanisms to manage symptoms.
Bipolar disorder causes intense mood swings, shifting from extreme highs to lows referred to as manic and depressive episodes. When manic, you may feel euphoric, energetic, or restless, and when depressed, you may experience sadness, hopelessness, or emptiness. Symptoms can be unpredictable, but we can help identify and better regulate your emotions.
Major Depressive Disorder
Major depressive disorder encompasses persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or loss of interest in activities. You may struggle to perform daily tasks, become easily irritable, or believe life isn’t worth living. Our residential mental health treatment program can help you explore underlying causes and find relief.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) develops after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, like a natural disaster, a car accident or an assault. You may endure intense anxiety, flashbacks or nightmares. Symptoms can range in severity, so our treatment centers are equipped to meet varying levels.
After a traumatic event, individuals may experience symptoms including concentration issues, social isolation, anxiety or anger, making it difficult to move on. This can impact your ability to function and navigate daily life. By helping you process trauma, we can alleviate these symptoms and promote healthier coping mechanisms.
Some people use substances to self-medicate untreated mental health symptoms. However, drugs and alcohol only worsen symptoms and can lead to co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. This is called a dual diagnosis and requires specialized care addressing both disorders and overlapping symptoms. By offering mental health and substance abuse treatment, we can help you explore the root cause of your struggles and maintain recovery.
Our Residential Treatment Program for Substance Abuse in Peoria, Arizona
Our inpatient substance abuse treatment program provides 24-hour supervision and structure free from distractions or negative influences. This enables you to focus solely on overcoming unhealthy habits and sustaining recovery. Upon admission to our treatment programs, you’ll receive an assessment and a treatment plan outlining needed services based on the severity of your addiction.
Medical detox is a medication-assisted treatment used to manage unpleasant or dangerous withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms can begin within hours or days of discontinuing the substance use and last up to several weeks, depending on the substance and length of usage. Our medical professionals provide supervision and adjust treatment plans as needed.
Inpatient Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Our Peoria inpatient drug rehab provides supportive environments where you can safely overcome addiction. Alcohol and drug rehab programs usually last for 30 days but can extend to 60 or 90 days if needed. They benefit individuals from toxic home environments who need a safe space free from harmful influences to stay sober.
Patients reside in private or shared rooms and attend therapy, support groups, or relapse prevention to process their struggles and establish healthy connections with peers sharing similar issues at our Peoria inpatient alcohol rehab.
Therapy Programs for Mental Health and Addiction Treatment
Therapy is essential to the mental health and addiction recovery process. A residential mental health rehab in Peoria typically offers a range of therapies catering to varying needs. Here are examples of therapies we provide.
Individual therapy involves one-on-one sessions with a licensed therapist to process emotions and learn healthier coping or stress management techniques. Sessions range from 45 to 60 minutes and can last a few weeks to several months. Cognitive behavioral therapy is commonly used to help you reframe negative thoughts and behaviors.
During group therapy at our residential drug rehab in Peoria, you’ll meet with individuals sharing similar struggles. Each group member shares their experiences, thoughts and emotions while the others provide emotional support, advice and encouragement. A licensed therapist also attends to foster a safe, supportive environment and provide insight.
Addiction and mental health issues can impact the whole family, creating conflict and distress. Family therapy at our residential alcohol rehab in Peoria strives to improve communication and problem-solving skills among family members. This can help strengthen family relationships, making it easier to interact with addicted loved ones.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT helps individuals regulate emotions, communicate effectively, and tolerate distress. Originally designed to treat borderline personality disorder, DBT can also help with addiction, depression, and eating disorders. Its goal is to enable you to live a more functional, fulfilling life, regardless of the challenges that arise.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy helps individuals who’ve experienced trauma work through distressing thoughts and emotions. It targets the memory directly, altering how it is stored in the brain. Using bilateral stimulation to trigger rapid eye movements, EMDR can alleviate problematic symptoms and help you heal.
Narrative therapy helps individuals take control of their life stories by replacing harmful dominant narratives with life-enhancing ones. By deconstructing harmful narratives, you can learn how to approach challenges and establish healthier thought patterns positively. This can strengthen your quality of life and perception of the world.