Therapy Programs Kennett Square PA
More than 410,000 Pennsylvanians had thoughts of suicide in 2020. Self-harm statistics across the country continue to skyrocket as more people struggle with mental health symptoms on their own. Many people with a mental health disorder may never seek treatment because they fear the stigma that surrounds a diagnosis or a treatment plan.
However, as mental health symptoms remain untreated, the rates of mental health crises will continue to rise. Finding compassionate outpatient mental health care can be vital in helping someone going through a crisis—it can even save their lives. At New Horizons Recovery Center, we know how important it is for us to deliver stigma-free mental health care to every person who walks through our doors.
Who Needs Behavioral Health Therapies?
Treating serious mental health conditions can be challenging. While regular mental health treatment is often best, sometimes, outpatient behavioral health treatment can help to fill in the gaps during a time of need.
Additionally, many people struggling with a primary mental health disorder may also struggle with a co-occurring substance use disorder that requires outpatient treatment.
Seeking outpatient behavioral health treatment can be an excellent step for anyone struggling with a substance use disorder or a co-occurring mental health disorder.
It can also be beneficial for those who have recently completed inpatient treatment and need to continue their care in an outpatient setting.
Finding an Effective Mental Health Therapy Program
When looking for an outpatient mental health therapy program, it is essential to find a program that fits your unique needs. Behavioral health therapies are not one-size-fits-all; what works for someone else may not work for you.
That’s why it’s essential to find a program that offers evidence-based treatments that have been proven to be effective for people struggling with your specific disorder.
There are evidence-based treatments that can effectively help manage disorders like:
- Anxiety disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Depressive disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Substance use disorders
Finding a program that specializes in treating your specific disorder can be vital to your success in recovery.