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The business of life is full of ups and downs, and in order to manage it smoothly, we need to stay fit and healthy, both physically and mentally. However, in the act of fighting off the hardships, at times, some of us might develop certain complications like mental health problems. These issues coupled with environmental factors can impact one’s emotion and behavior, creating additional troubles in various spheres of life like academics, work and relationships. However, professional help and support groups can create a world of difference. Timely treatment at mental health rehab centers can help people with mental health problems live happily.
At Sovereign Mental Health, licensed clinicians and psychiatrists utilize evidence-based modalities to provide compassionate care to those battling various mental health problems like anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, bipolar disorders and schizophrenia.
Sovereign Mental Health Services offers a variety of treatment options for mental health problems. On the basis of pre-assessment, each patient receives an individualized treatment program, aimed at promoting recovery and preventing a relapse. Our team of experts also conducts a detailed dual diagnosis screening to identify any coexisting condition that might be influencing other disorders. By addressing multiple conditions simultaneously, we are able to identify the exact cause of the illness, and hasten the recovery process.
Recovery from mental health problems or other psychological condition can be a long process. However, the journey can be made easier through professional treatment and support from continuing care programs and support groups. By offering each patient the highest level of care and the opportunity to rebuild their lives in the strongest possible way, our mental health programs help our patients manage their symptoms, prevent relapse and function better in their daily lives.
To support patients on their path to recovery, Sovereign Mental Health Services offers a wide range of evidence-based therapies, helping patients lead healthier and productive lives. From traditional therapies like individual, group, and family-focused psychotherapies, to Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), we offer our patients the highest level of care in a compassionate, supportive and empowering environment.
One must realize the importance of sound mental health for a happy and healthy life. Mental health problems not only affect the patient, but even his or her family, friends and society as a whole. When diagnosed with a mental illness, the best course of action is to seek professional help at certified mental health facilities. At Sovereign Mental Health, we treat a variety of mental health problems, including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other mental health disorders.
Symptoms of mental health disorders differ from person to person and they often depend on the type of the disorder, circumstances and other factors. These symptoms can affect an individual’s thoughts, emotions and behaviors.
Following are some common symptoms of a mental problem.
Symptoms of mental health problems can also manifest physically and may appear in the form of back pain, stomach pain, and other unexplained aches in the body.
I was suffering from anxiety since childhood. Up until I came to Sovereign, I thought it would be a burden I would carry for the rest of my life. After treatment, I’ve never felt lighter. – Sam W.
I thought I was the only one who struggled with mental issues, but I was wrong. Sovereign guided me step by step in how to manage my problems, no matter how big or small! – Kristen H.
I was tired of losing control, fed up with the pain. I don’t know what I would of done if I didn’t reach out. I just feel so much safer. – Jillian B.
If you are searching for a lifesaver out there, you should call like I did. They made me feel at home and I’ve never felt as comfortable as I do now. – Richard P.