We here at CASA Recovery value taking care of the entire person, which is why in addition to addiction treatment, we offer comprehensive options in terms of care like acupuncture, yoga, group therapy, and more. However, sometimes a big part of what’s going on in the mind of a person with addiction is a mental illness. Mental illnesses can exacerbate an addiction and make it even worse, and we here at CASA Recovery recognize and see that threat to your recovery. Even if you don’t deal with an addiction, we can help you with your mental illness. Instead of turning a blind eye to the problem, we can treat it. Read more to see how we can help:
Anxiety takes many different forms and can be characterized by the type of worry and what you are worrying for. Some of these different forms include panic disorder, phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder, to name a few. We understand how anxiety can infiltrate any and every part of your life and want to help you past it.
Depression (also known as Major Depressive Disorder) negatively affects how you feel, think, act, and engage in life. It is most definitely treatable; however, it requires someone willing to accept the treatment and to do the work to get out of the hole depression has put them in. Depression can seem like a life-sucking headspace to be in, but we here at CASA Recovery are trained to help you see past and beyond depression.
Bipolar disorder can also be known as Manic-Depressive illness. This disorder takes the form of very high manic episodes to very low depressive states. The sufferer typically fluctuates between the two, and that can affect their ability to carry on in their lives. We want to help restore order and peace to your life and can help you work past this illness.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (or PTSD for short) is a psychiatric disorder that is characterized by a traumatic event that the sufferer has experienced- whether that be a traumatic incident, an accident, a violent assault, war, or a host of other experiences. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is typically attributed to war veterans; however, many other people currently suffer or have suffered from the disorder. No matter how you acquired PTSD, we can help you work through the emotions from the trauma so they no longer have a hold on you.
We want to see you grow and thrive, and that involves leaving your mental illness in the past and working through the root cause of why it is there in the first place. Let us here at CASA Recovery partner with you in your journey, and schedule your private consultation today.