Mental Health Treatment

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Pennsylvania Mental Health Treatment

Almost 5% of all Pennsylvania adults have severe mental health conditions. Do you or your loved one need Pennsylvania mental health treatment that focuses on your general well being? Promont Wellness is standing by with modern, comprehensive services. These services support your return to healthy function in multiple ways. With their help, you can fulfill your rehab goals while also restoring other essential aspects of your well-being.

Promont Wellness is an outpatient rehab in Philadelphia that can help with quality mental health care.

Types of Mental Health Treatment Programs

At Promont Wellness, we understand that every individual’s journey toward mental health is unique. That’s why we offer a range of tailored programs designed to provide comprehensive support. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) are two integral components of our holistic approach to mental health treatment.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a structured treatment option that offers flexibility while providing intensive therapeutic support. This program is suitable for individuals who require a higher level of care than traditional outpatient therapy but do not need 24-hour supervision in a residential setting.

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Promont Wellness offers a range of benefits tailored to meet the diverse needs of individuals seeking mental health support. One key advantage is its flexible scheduling, enabling participants to attend therapy sessions without compromising their daily commitments such as work, school, or family responsibilities. 

IOP provides structured support through regular therapy sessions, including individual counseling, group therapy, and specialized workshops, ensuring a comprehensive approach to treatment. IOP fosters a sense of community and support among participants, offering valuable opportunities for peer interaction and shared experiences. As individuals progress in their recovery journey, IOP also offers vital transition support, facilitating a gradual integration back into their daily lives while continuing to receive the necessary support and guidance along the way.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is an intensive, short-term treatment option designed for individuals who require more structured support than IOP but do not need round-the-clock care in an inpatient facility.

The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) at Promont Wellness offers a multitude of benefits tailored to address the complex needs of individuals seeking intensive mental health support. One significant advantage is the provision of comprehensive care within a highly structured therapeutic environment, ensuring that participants receive tailored support tailored to their specific needs. Through PHP, participants engage in a variety of therapeutic modalities, including individual counseling, group therapy, medication management, and experiential therapies, facilitating a multifaceted approach to healing. PHP provides support 5 days a week, 5 hours each day. 

PHP incorporates comprehensive discharge planning, facilitating a seamless transition to lower levels of care or community-based support services while equipping individuals with the skills and resources necessary for sustained long-term recovery.

Psychotherapy as Mental Health Treatment

As in other states across the U.S., Pennsylvania mental health treatment often includes psychotherapy. In therapy, you can:

  • Talk about your problems and experiences
  • Get feedback and support from your therapist
  • Learn more about the nature of your condition and how it affects you
  • Get help building up coping skills that make it easier to restore and protect your mental health

Some therapies are especially useful if you’re affected by both an SUD and another mental health issue. Options of this sort include dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). They also include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). 

Have further questions about your options for mental health therapy in Pennsylvania? Turn to Promont Wellness for the accurate answers you need.

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Medication for Mental Health Treatment

 Medications form a second common category of mental health treatments. The type and variety of medications available depend on the specific condition affecting you or your loved one. For example, you may receive:

  • Any of a large assortment of depression medications classified as antidepressants 
  • Anxiety disorder treatments such as antidepressants, sedatives, or beta-blockers
  • Treatments for bipolar disorder such as mood stabilizers, antidepressants, or antipsychotics
  • Antipsychotics for other mental health conditions that can produce psychosis symptoms (e.g., schizophrenia, its related family of disorders, and certain forms of depression) 

Medication is less common for substance use disorders than most other mental health conditions. It’s essentially limited to the treatment of addiction related to alcohol or opioid use. Medications for alcohol addiction can help you:

  • Stop drinking while avoiding a relapse
  • Decrease your interest in further drinking or the reward that comes from it
  • Restore chemical imbalances caused by regular heavy drinking

Medications for opioid addiction can produce similar positive results for your recovery. 

Contact us today to find out more about medication used in mental health treatment in Pennsylvania.

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Therapy and medications are by far the most typical options for mental health treatment. But they’re not your only options. In certain situations, you may need the help provided by other kinds of treatment services. 

Say, for example, that you or your loved one have depression symptoms that don’t respond to medication or therapy. In these circumstances, your recovery team may suggest the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). During a TMS procedure, low-level electrical pulses are directed through your brain in a controlled manner. The specialists conducting the procedure can adjust the depth and frequency of these pulses. 

How can TMS support your recovery from depression that doesn’t respond to other treatments? Research shows that it activates areas of your brain that fall unusually inactive when depression is present. The change in the targeted areas can help relieve specific symptoms or generally lift your mood. 

Not all Pennsylvania mental health treatment facilities offer TMS services. At Promont Wellness, we do. For more information on TMS’s potential benefits for hard-to-treat depression, consult us today.

Coordinating Your Overall Treatment Plan

To produce its best results, a mental health treatment plan must be well-coordinated. In other words, all parts of it must fit well together and provide a real recovery benefit. Effective coordination is especially important if you’re affected by a second mental health issue in addition to SUD. That’s true because your treatment plan must provide equal levels of support for both of these conditions. 

Even when two people have the exact same problems, the forms of help they receive can differ. No two situations are the same, and recovery experts closely examine all factors affecting your odds for success. The end result is extensive customization that produces a recovery plan unique to you as an individual. And what works best for you might not fit the needs of another person in your treatment program.

Want more details on the coordination and customization of mental health treatment? Talk to the professionals at Promont to learn more about how we construct our recovery plans.

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Make Promont Wellness Your Pennsylvania Mental Health Treatment Provider

Like the nation in general, Pennsylvania has its share of SUDs and other notable mental health problems. Modern treatments are available for all such problems, regardless of their severity or degree of overlap. You’ll find these treatments in high-quality facilities that specialize in substance and mental health recovery. Your particular recovery options may include therapy with or without medication. They may also include TMS therapy or another less frequently used treatment resource.

At Promont Wellness, we place an emphasis on effective mental health services. The core of these services is customized treatment for drug and alcohol problems. We also feature the additional options needed to help you address other issues impacting your mental well-being. To gather more information or begin the enrollment process for you or your loved one, contact us today. We’re committed to mental wellness for the residents of Pennsylvania.

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“I’d like to thank Courtney from the bottom of my heart. She helped me through the scary process of getting into treatment and then treated me with respect and compassion. The treatment process was scary, vulnerable and uncomfortable, but she did everything she could to make me feel as comfortable as possible. I have become an active member of the recovery community and could not have done it without the guidance and expertise Courtney provided throughout treatment.”
Mike S.