Coronavirus (COVID-19): Response and Updates for Clients, Families, and Referents

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What to Expect During an Inpatient Mental Health Stay

Unfortunately, Hollywood films, such as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” have left many people concerned with the concept of inpatient treatment. Of course, these examples in pop culture don’t accurately represent modern residential mental health treatment centers. Treatment centers today are not psychiatric hospitals by any means — they’re residential facilities that provide professional help while encouraging positive personal growth.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Addiction

When PTSD and addiction combine, they can create a “perfect storm” that destroys a person’s ability to live a normal life. Fortunately, many people have overcome these burdens. With the right treatment plan, it’s possible for anyone to take their life back.

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Mental Health Diagnosis: Primary Diagnosis of A Mental Health Disorder

Tens of millions of Americans meet the criteria for a mental health diagnosis in any given year. Unfortunately, only about half of these individuals will ever receive treatment. If you or a loved one suffers from a psychiatric disorder, it’s important not to become a statistic.

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Inpatient Mental & Behavioral Health Services at Mending Fences

Everyone faces difficulties in their lives, but facing them alone isn’t a good idea. There are situations when inpatient mental and behavioral health services may be the right answer. Because of this, Mending Fences at Transformations offers a variety of therapeutic approaches.

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Step-by-Step Guide to Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Accelerated resolution therapy is receiving significant attention lately due to its fast-working, evidence-based approach. It has offered new hope for those combating mental health issues.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Mental illness often boils down to unhealthy behaviors and cognitive distortions. There are many approaches to treating these issues, but cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has shown more promise than most. Before undergoing this treatment, though, it’s first important to consider individual needs.

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Am I Eligible for Mental Health Services?

Far too many people who need mental health services don’t seek them because they think they’re not eligible. However, this is inaccurate in most cases. Help is available for those who know how to find it.

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What Is EMDR Therapy?

There are many therapies that can treat mental health and substance abuse disorders. The key is to find which approach works for each client, and increasingly, EMDR therapy has found its way into these treatment plans.

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