Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment in Millbury, MA
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Mental Health IOP

Your mental health is just as vital as your physical condition. At The Counseling Center, we offer treatment that considers you as a whole person. Our Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Millbury is designed to explore core mental health disorders and address attend to them with evidence-based therapy methods so you can live a healthier, happier life.

Boost Your Mental Health With Our Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program In Millbury

Mental illness can be devastating, and nobody should deal with it alone. Our mental health IOP in Millbury is concentrated on helping you navigate past the mental and behavioral disorders that may prevent you from doing the things you previously enjoyed. We want to help you live the best life possible. By confronting these mental disorders, we are able to help you feel better and achieve fulfillment in other aspects of your life.

Licensed therapists administer all of our mental health care. They utilize numerous evidence-based psychotherapy techniques to recognize mental illnesses and help you manage your conditions. Together, you’ll look at:

● Underlying reasons for and things that trigger mental illness

● Suitable coping mechanisms

● Beneficial life skills

● The bond between mental health and damaging behaviors like substance use

Receive Support For A Range Of Mental Illnesses

The compassionate team at The Counseling Center At Millbury understands the hardships of living with a mental illness. We’re here to help you and get your life back on track. Our professionals have a wealth of expertise and experience in caring for mental health concerns like:

● Depression and various mood disorders

● Anxiety disorders

● Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

● Bipolar disorder

● Personality disorders

● Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

● Attention-deficit (ADD) and attention-deficit hyperactive disorders (ADHD)

● Trauma

● Substance use disorders

Stay Healthy With Consistent Mental Health Therapy

Therapy for mental health is most effective when done regularly. In our mental health intensive outpatient program in Millbury, you’ll stick to an organized schedule intended to help you maintain stability and move toward mental health targets. Our mental health IOP involves group therapy and individual therapy lasting three hours per day, three days a week. You may pick from evening and day sessions to accommodate your normal routine and better balance treatment with other obligations.

You can also engage in family therapy at The Counseling Center At Millbury. We teach relatives about good mental health and how to support those struggling with a disorder. Working with an experienced family therapist, you can heal family relationships and figure out how to improve mental health jointly.

Customize Your Mental Health Therapy

Therapy should never take a suitable-for-all methodology. As with all our services, we tailor our mental health support to accommodate your unique needs and situation. All of our patients are given a comprehensive appraisal prior to beginning treatment. With the information gathered, we make a custom plan of care indicating what types of therapy we feel make the most sense for you. Throughout your treatment, we converse with you frequently to address any evolving needs, treatment gaps, or other questions and concerns you may have.

For some people, your treatment plan could include seeing a psychiatrist to treat mental health disorders with medication. When therapy sessions aren’t adequate to manage a mental illness, our expert clinicians might utilize medication to get you over that hurdle. Then we routinely monitor your status and update your dose as required to keep it effective but avoid side effects.

Contact Us At Any Time To Find Help In Our Mental Health IOP In Millbury

You don’t have to battle with a mental illness alone. You can get help right now by reaching out to The Counseling Center At Millbury. Call 508-433-3866 or complete the form below at any hour. We reply promptly, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

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