Mental Health Treatment Programs in Ohio

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TRAVEL TO AND FROM OUR OHIO LOCATION IS COVERED BY VARIOUS SOURCES

Mental Health Treatment Program

Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after a person has a very serious or life threatening traumatic experience. Noncombat related events – such a natural disasters, motor vehicle accidents, or sexual trauma – can result in PTSD.

Treatments for PTSD include: antidepressant medications, anti-anxiety medications, mood stabilizing medications, and other medications to ease nightmares, irritability, sleeplessness, depression, and anxiety.

Treatment for PTSD also include: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help individuals understand the relationship between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, learn new patterns of thinking, and practice new positive behaviors Cognitive processing therapy (CPT), a form of CBT that involves writing out one’s traumatic experience and correcting negative thought patterns so that memories of trauma don’t interfere with daily life Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) to help people reduce fear and anxiety triggered by reminders of the trauma. This is done by confronting (or being exposed to) trauma reminders in a safe treatment environment until they are less troubling. In this way, individuals can stop avoiding and reacting to trauma reminders and live their lives more fully.

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PTSD Treatment

Months and even years after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event, a person may re-experience the event, in the form of flashbacks and nightmares. They may be constantly tense and not be able to sleep at night because of constant hyper-arousal.

Some symptoms of PTSD include: flashbacks, memory problems, low sense of self-worth, hopelessness, trouble sleeping, relationship problems, and aggression. Other risk factors include insomnia, TBI (where the head is impacted so violently that the brain is pushed up against the skull, causing damage to nerve fibers) and problems in relationships.

Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after a person has a very serious or life threatening traumatic experience, such a natural disasters, motor vehicle accidents, or sexual trauma – can also threaten life and can result in PTSD.

Residential PTSD Treatment

Months and even years after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event, a patient may re-experience the event, in the form of flashbacks and nightmares. They may be constantly tense and not be able to sleep at night because of constant hyper-arousal.

Some symptoms of PTSD include: flashbacks, memory problems, low sense of self-worth, hopelessness, trouble sleeping, relationship problems, and aggression. Other risk factors include insomnia, TBI (where the head is impacted so violently that the brain is pushed up against the skull, causing damage to nerve fibers) and problems in relationships.

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Evidence Based Treatment

Veterans suffering from drug and alcohol addiction abandon spending time with friends and family, participating in hobbies, and aiming to achieve personal goals. The drugs and alcohol go from being the primary method to being the only method of protecting themselves against the emotional numbness and intrinsic fear caused by post-traumatic stress disorder. The effects of post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, and combat-related substance abuse can strike at the heart of even the tightest knit of families.

Treatment begins with a comprehensive evaluation to identify each patient's problems and needs. This evaluation includes a thorough interview, psychiatric evaluation, and psychological testing. Based on the assessment, treatment options may include several of the following: Group Therapy; Family-integrated Therapy; Intensive Individual Therapy; Cognitive Processing Therapy and Trauma-based Therapy. We specialize in treatment for behavioral health and substance abuse conditions. Our treatment program and curriculum are evidence based and originate from scientifically-proven therapy modalities.

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Travel to and from our location in Northeast Ohio is covered by various sources. If you or a loved one is seeking substance abuse or mental health therapy, contact California Palms at 800-379-8259.  We accept various forms of insurance including: Veterans ChoiceTRICARE, Aetna, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, and Medical Mutual. We may also provide full or partial scholarships for free care on a case by case basis.

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