Insight Treatment Centers offers mental health therapies for patients who are struggling with mental health concerns and/or drug addiction. Most of our patients find relief through therapy, and we personalize the treatment for every one of our patients. Mental health therapy may be recommended by itself or in conjunction with other forms of mental health or drug addiction treatment.
What Is Mental Health Therapy?
Mental health therapy, also called psychotherapy, treats mental health conditions through a discussion of the patient’s experiences, symptoms, treatment, and more. Therapy looks different for every patient and takes place in various forms. The most notable types of mental health therapy include cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, family, and complementary therapies.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most common type of mental health therapy. This takes a deep look at the thought patterns of the patient, which play a major role in their feelings about themselves and others. The goal is to teach skills and assist the patient in retraining their thoughts and behavioral patterns to improve their overall mental health.
Interpersonal therapy, also called interpersonal psychotherapy or IPT, addresses concerns that a patient has related to their specific situation and environmental factors. It may involve the patient discussing their relationships with others, tragedies, and deaths in their life and relocation. Of course, these are a few examples of many possible topics of discussion the patient and the therapist may have together.
Family plays a vital role in the mental health and recovery of teenagers. Family therapy is between family members and mental health professionals. This offers an opportunity to address family concerns that may play a role in the patient’s overall mental state and to show the patient that they have loved ones in their life that care for them and are there for them through the recovery process.
Complementary therapies may include art, music, or animal-assisted therapy. No two patients are the same, and every one of our patients receives a unique treatment plan that meets their needs, which may include complementary therapies in addition to cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and family therapy.
The Importance of Mental Health Therapy for Recovery
Therapy is essential for many who struggle with mental health complications and addiction. At Insight Treatment Centers, we treat patients who are battling the following symptoms and conditions:
- Anxiety disorder
- Mood disorder
- Alcohol addiction
- Drug addiction
Seeking treatment for the aforementioned symptoms (and related symptoms) is especially important for our patients. With the right treatment plan, patients are able to find relief long-term and learn effective life skills and coping strategies to deal with their mental health or substance use concerns long-term.
Speak To A Professional About Mental Health Therapy Today
Call us at 301.264.8924 or contact us online today to speak with one of our professionals about mental health therapy. We can schedule a time for you to visit with us and start the path towards better mental health and starting an addiction recovery journey.