What we Treat
At Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we offer the following for you:
Evidenced Based Treatment. We treat the whole person. This means that we will thoroughly assess each of our clients upon admission, and we make sure to develop an individual and unique plan for you to start healing. With holistic, individualized, specialized, and integrated therapies, we help our clients return to their optimal self.
Treatment Modalities. At Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we integrate a variety of different treatment modalities because we understand that some patients experience more than one issue or concern. With our integrated treatment modalities, we aim to address the many aspects of each of our client’s concerns.
If, for example, one treatment modality is not effective, we will make sure to use another modality that we believe can be more beneficial for the client. When a modality does not work, we do not give up, and we do not believe that our client is failing; instead, we take another look at our client’s concerns and we make sure to introduce a new and more effective treatment modality.
The different kinds of treatment modalities that we offer includes, but is not limited to:
- Individual Counseling
- Family Services
- Group Counseling
- Intensive Outpatient Services
- In-Home Therapy Services
- Nutritional Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- 12-Step Facilitation
- Relaxation Therapy
- Aroma Therapy
- Spiritual Strengthening
- Recreation Therapy
- Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma
- Medically Assisted Treatment
- Neuro-linguistic Programming
Mental Health Treatment. Mental illnesses or disorders can be treated, and at Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we have dedicated and compassionate experts who can help you. We understand that each client and each case is unique, that is why we make sure to provide treatments that are specifically designed to meet a patient’s unique needs.
- What does treatment mean?
Essentially, treatment is all of the different ways wherein someone who is mentally ill can get help in order to reduce or eliminate the effects of their illness. More than that, treatment also promotes recovery. Treatment can involve medication, psychological therapy, and it can require the support from family and friends. Above all that, treatment is most effective when the patient helps themselves.
- What does it mean to be diagnosed with a mental illness?
First of all, you have to know that being diagnosed with a mental illness is not something to be ashamed of.
Basically, when you or someone you know starts to exhibit signs of being mentally unwell, the first step before getting treatment is to see a psychologist or a behavioral health professional for an accurate diagnosis. At Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we have mental health professionals who will thoroughly assess you and will provide you with an accurate diagnosis that is derived from different signs, symptoms, and some different factors.
Once the assessment is done and an accurate diagnosis has been made, Family Institute for Health and Recovery will then provide you with the best treatment options available. However, we will also take into consideration some factors to make sure that you treatment option is the best one suited for you. Some of these factors include: current level of functioning, past behavior and medical treatments, and past treatment failures/successes.
Drug Treatment. At Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we are highly dedicated to help our clients recover from their addictions. Addition recovery is not an easy process – it can be painful due to withdrawals, it can be isolating, and it can be challenging; however, our compassionate staff are here for you.
- What are the signs of addiction?
If you suspect a loved one of addiction, here are some signs that you need to carefully watch out for:
- Being defensive. When you try to open the topic about their constant drinking or weird behavior, they become very defensive. They also get irrationally angry and they usually use phrases like, “I can stop anytime!” or “I’m not hurting anyone else anyway.”
- Constant lying and keeping secrets. Typically, addicts think that their addiction is a secret. However, most addicts tend to start acting weird and very secretive. They also use a lot of flimsy excuses. Addicts don’t notice it themselves, but those close to them will notice if they are drinking too much; or if they are acting more jittery and weird than usual.
These are just two of the many signs of addiction. For more information, please give us a call at 602-249-6674 or +1-888-352-1116
- What are the treatment options?
At Family Institute for Health and Recovery, we offer a wide array of treatment options such as individual or group counseling; intensive outpatient services; in-home therapy services; and so much more. Rest assured, we will work closely with you to find a treatment option that best works for you.