Nurturing Mental Health: Integrative Care for a Balanced Life

The Still Water Wellness Group Offers Personalized Mental Health Treatments

Life isn’t always easy. We all face issues that disrupt our happiness and cause us concern. But that doesn’t mean that your life should always be this way. If you’ve been struggling with your mental health, then it’s important that you seek out treatment. Doing so will help you resolve lingering issues so that you can live a healthier, happier life.

Finding the right support system for your mental health doesn’t have to be challenging. You can get the help you need by simply reaching out to the Still Water Wellness Group. We provide a wide variety of high-quality, individualized mental health treatment options to help you heal.

You can get started with the right mental health treatment for your needs by contacting us today at (800) 563-8983. Or, keep reading to learn more about who we are and what we can do to help you work towards improved mental health.

Who Can Benefit from Mental Health Treatment?

Some people still believe that mental health treatment is only for people with serious, debilitating mental disorders. But that’s simply not the case. Today, virtually everyone can benefit from speaking with a therapist to discuss their problems.

Of course, some people will get more out of mental health treatment than others. You might find it especially valuable if you have a mental health issue that:

  • You spend at least an hour a day thinking about
  • Has negatively impacted your school, work, or relationships
  • Causes you embarrassment
  • Makes you want to avoid others

You can also benefit tremendously from mental health support if you believe that you might have one of the following conditions:

  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety
  • An eating disorder
  • A related condition

How Does Mental Health Impact Substance Abuse?

Mental health problems and substance abuse issues are closely related to one another. But the exact ways in which mental health issues and substance abuse interact with one another vary based on the individual.

For example, maybe you’re normally a very happy, well-adjusted person but your substance abuse has brought out a mental health disorder. Alternatively, it could be a mental health issue that’s causing you to feel that it’s necessary to abuse a substance like drugs or alcohol.

Often, these two problems feed one another to create a toxic cycle of worsening overall health. That’s why it’s so important to seek out mental health support immediately if you’re also struggling with substance abuse. Doing so could be the key to unlocking your recovery.

At the Still Water Wellness Group, we offer treatment for mental health and substance abuse simultaneously through our dual diagnosis rehab options. Get in touch with us to learn whether one of these programs could be a good option for your recovery.

How Will Mental Health Treatment Help Me Live a Better Life?

When you sign up for mental health treatment, you’ll work individually with a highly-trained physician. Your therapist will help you explore the root causes of your poor mental health. Together, you’ll learn more about why you feel and act the way that you do.

If there are specific behaviors that you’d like to change in your life, then a therapist can help you with that as well. They can give you homework assignments to complete in your daily life. Then, you can talk about your successes or failures during the next session together and make adjustments as needed.

Having access to this type of professional support is the best way to improve your mental health. You’ll receive individualized attention designed to address the most challenging problems in your life. There’s simply no other way to receive this type of dedicated support as consistently.

Will I Be Prescribed Medication While Receiving Mental Health Treatment?

Some patients benefit from medications that are designed to address mental health problems chemically. For example, patients who have severe depression are often given anti-depressants that are designed to solve the chemical issues that are inhibiting the production of serotonin, the happiness chemical.

Other patients who have troubles with ADHD or anxiety may also be prescribed various medications to address these problems. But no two patients are alike. You may or may not be prescribed a medication to address your mental health. Your psychiatrist will make that decision once they understand the exact nature of your mental health problems.

What Makes Mental Health Treatment Different at The Still Water Wellness Group?

The Still Water Wellness Group offers a number of personalizable mental health treatment options for patients to consider. For example, you can sign up for our dual diagnosis rehab program if you’re struggling with both substance abuse and a mental health issue.

Each of our treatment programs includes all of the therapy sessions that you need to unlock a happier version of your life. You may also be able to take advantage of some of our holistic healing services, depending on which of our plans you choose.

For example, we often take our clients on group-based outdoor outings. These include walks along the beautiful Southern California coastline, hikes, and more. We even have regular yoga classes that you can take part in to facilitate a better connection between your mind and body.

Additionally, what we eat can play a large role in how we feel. That’s why we employ an on-site nutritionist for our patients to work with. They can recommend a personalized eating plan that’s targeted to help you feel better in your daily life.

How Can I Begin?

Taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your physical health. So why put off having a better life for another day? Instead, take the first step towards a happier, healthier you by giving the Still Water Wellness Group a call.

We’ll get you set up with a mental health treatment plan that’s designed specifically to address your most challenging mental health problems. The quickest way to get started is by giving us a call at (800) 563-8983. We hope to hear from you soon.

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