Twelve step programs work great if you’re an addict who successfully completed an inpatient rehab program or an intensive outpatient program and you’re focused on your aftercare recovery.
Depression is a kind of Mental Breakdown that can be Treated
Is depression making it hard to get through everyday life? Does the whole idea of living a healthy and happy life seem hopeless?
There is hope with inpatient treatment. Inpatient depression treatment is the logical next step and you owe it to yourself to give it a try and here’s why.
Up to 80% of those treated for depression show an improvement in their symptoms generally within four to six weeks of beginning medication, psychotherapy, attending support groups or a combination of these treatments. (National Institute of Health, 1998)
Your loved ones miss you and would love to have you back to your normal self. And there’s good news if you’re ready to get back to your normal self.
Never has there been a time in human history where we’ve known so much about severe depression and ways to treat it. As a result, most people benefit tremendously from the help obtained at an inpatient treatment center staffed with caring professionals.
Relating to your peers in a group setting will help you understand that you are far from alone. Don’t let financial concerns get in your way, as many of the nation’s cutting-edge mental health facilities accept insurance and provide free consultations.
Give Your Loved Ones the Greatest Gift – You!
Depression can be all consuming and you may have given up hope for yourself. You most likely, however, have at least one person in your life who misses the old you and would absolutely love to have you back!
Even if you feel like you don’t care about yourself you may still have feelings of tenderness deep inside for someone you love. The greatest gift in the world you can possibly give to someone who loves you is the gift of yourself!
Although inpatient treatment for depression, anxiety and/or an addiction may seem overwhelming if you keep your loved ones in mind and take things one step at a time you’re likely to find the most amazing things at the end of the process.
You may even find that you begin to like yourself again.
Stubborn Self-Sufficiency Maybe Holding You BackThe American culture has taught us to believe that we have to be self-reliant and sufficient and to be embarrassed to ask for help.
If you are depressed, the reality is that you are probably far more disabled than a person who is suffering from a physical disability.
Even if you’ve given up all hope and don’t feel a personal desire or ability to grow, your loved ones certainly miss you and would love to have you back to your normal self.
Feeling shame or guilt about your condition is only a symptom of your depression and is not the real you! There are people with caring hearts waiting to help you every step of the way.
Depending on your situation, you may be suffering from an addiction with a deeper underlying cause of depression or anxiety. Professionals who understand your needs can help you take your life back, one day at a time.
Peers and Your Insurance are Two Allies Participating in an inpatient treatment program for your depression, anxiety and/or addiction will allow you to interact with others experiencing similar issues during group therapy sessions.
You may be surprised at how many other people are just like yourself; often, patients form lasting friendships from these groups that can make all the difference in the world for long-term success in life.
Don’t let financial concerns get in your way, as many of the nation’s cutting-edge mental health facilities accept insurance and provide free consultations.
Many people have financial concerns regarding the costs of these cutting-edge treatment programs and may be surprised to know that a majority of facilities accept PPO or HMO health insurance for the duration of your inpatient stay.
If you are having a mental breakdown and would like to talk to someone about treatment options then call 855-396-3954 for assistance.