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Treatment for Mental Health

Discovery's Resilience's Resilience has been dedicated to providing successful treatment for years, and over that time we have developed a treatment model that has helped us create a legacy of success throughout the different levels of care. Our programs allow for one-of-a-kind treatment to be provided to every client, supporting their healing, growth, and recovery. At Discovery's Resilience, we know that treatment is not only about the diagnosed issues, it is about the contributing factors that underlie those conditions. We understand that while the symptoms may be similar, the underlying factors are unique to each of our clients. All clients are personally involved in creating their treatment program and treatment is highly individualized to address the specific underlying issues of each client, no matter what the level of care.  Whether it is around-the-clock care at our residential treatment centers, or treatment scheduled around your schedule at our intensive residential programs, Discovery's Resilience will create the best environment for your recovery. 

Mental Health Treatment Specialties

We firmly believe that teens and adolescents need specialized treatment when dealing with mental health disorders. Treatment with Discovery's Resilience program is specially designed to provide each adolescent with the personalized treatment necessary to safely affect real behavioral, social, emotional and spiritual growth.  The central goal is to provide effective and intensive treatment in a treatment setting where connection, trust, and growth can be fostered. The validated treatment program focuses on helping teens and adolescents learn about and deal with their disorders and the issues surrounding them in order to support long-term recovery.

"We would not hesitate to send our daughter back to this excellent facility if it was needed."

Carole Z.
Parent of Resilience Alumni

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What are the different types of mental health disorders?

  • Trauma –Traumatic lifetime experiences like death, illness, loss, abandonment or perception of abandonment, bullying and forms of abuse significantly impact the psyche and physiological state of the individual.  Trauma is also a subjective experience and individuals with a sensitive temperament are likely to have the experience of trauma from experiences that others may not perceive as traumatic.  Exposure to prolonged states of stress caused by trauma can impact functioning and health and immunity, as well as lead to the development of an mental health disorder and co-occurring disorders like depression and substance abuse.
  • Depression –Depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States for individuals 15-44 years of age. Lost wages, medications, psychotherapy treatment, suicide treatment, co-occurring mental health disorders and associated medical diseases all contribute to this disability cost. Major depressive disorder is characterized by a sad mood, inability to concentrate, loss of interest and other symptoms that affect how an individual thinks and feels. This disorder can result in stress at home, poor workplace performance, and turmoil in relationships.
  • Anxiety –Anxiety disorders consist of generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias, panic disorder and agoraphobia and are characterized by an intense state of worry and fear resulting from a threatening event or life stressor. Anxiety can be normal in cases of everyday stress or serious life stressors and individuals usually overcome this worry once the stressor dissipates however in individuals with anxiety disorder, their state of worry becomes more intensified over time.

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder and Adoption–Attachment refers to the physical, psychological and even biological bond that occurs between a child and their primary caretaker such as the mother and father. For the baby, attachment begins while in utero when nourishment is needed from the mother’s placenta. For the mother, attachment begins immediately after birth. The attachment bond can become stronger throughout infancy and childhood with more physical touch and comfort. Strong emotional and physical attachment to a parent is important for the childhood to develop so they can have secure relationships in adulthood. For many adopted children, their attachment bond is broken, sometimes multiple times, as they are passed around foster care and finally settle into their permanent adoptive family.
  • Self-Harm or Self-Injury –Self-injury is the purposeful action of inducing physical harm to oneself and is a very severe sign of emotional distress. According to the Statistical and Diagnostic Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), self-harm is formally known as nonsuicidal self-injury disorder (NSSID) as these self-destructive behaviors are performed without any intention of suicide. Adolescents are at the highest risk for self-harm injury as many studies state that roughly 15% of teenagers and 17-35% of college students have inflicted self-harmful behaviors on themselves. This disorder is increasing among the young population and can have severe consequences if not treated appropriately. Cutting, burning, skin carving, biting, poisoning, purposeful interference with wound healing, extreme skin picking and hair pulling are all examples of self-injury or self-harm.
  • Bipolar Disorder –Bipolar affective disorder or manic-depressive illness is a mood disorder characterized by periods of profound depression that alternate with periods of excessive elation and irritable mood known as mania. Individuals will suffer from extreme mood swings that interfere with personal relationships, occupational function, and daily activities. It is common for bipolar disorder to be apart of a co-occurring disorder, which refers to mental health illnesses that co-occur with substance abuse disorders such as opioid, alcohol or cocaine abuse. Bipolar disorder can often co-occur with anxiety disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder and when these disorders co-occur, there is a higher likelihood of substance abuse and suicide attempts. Bipolar disorder can be characterized into three types: bipolar disorder type I (BPI), bipolar disorder type II (BPII) and cyclothymia and differences depend on the frequency, duration and severity of the alternating symptoms.

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Why is mental health treatment important?

Mental health disorders can lead to life-threating medical and psychological consequences, and they often co-exist with other conditions, such as mental health disorders or substance abuse. If an individual is struggling with a mental health problem, it is difficult for them to recover without professional help. Experts have found that early intervention can significantly improve an individual’s chance of recovery. With help from a team of specialists, an individual with a mental health disorder can be successfully treated with long-term recovery.