Emerald Isle Health & Recovery Directs Community To Inpatient Anxiety Treatment Centers In Arizona
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Emerald Isle Health & Recovery, based in Sun City, AZ, is reaching out to those who would like help addressing an anxiety disorder. In order to help the community identify whether they are suffering from a generalized anxiety disorder (or any other disorder) and should seek professional help, the center has published several relevant resources on its website. All of these resources are available for free.
As a preeminent anxiety and depression facility, Emerald Isle’s is interested in ensuring the community has access to all the facts regarding a potential condition and its treatment. The first resource the center recommends is a guide on anxiety treatment, including the typical client experience and why this path is considered a viable option. Notably, the center says there are several programs to treat anxiety and depression, and it is important to consider which would suit a client’s specific needs. Fortunately, the resource contains a breakdown of what each has to offer.
The article says, “Keep in mind that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for those who are struggling with their overall mental health. One person may require inpatient treatment while another may do well using outpatient cognitive behavioral therapies. Anxiety treatment is unique to the person and should be tailored to your individual needs.” Most will be familiar with outpatient services, such as meeting with a therapist at least once a week. However, this is only one option, and more serious cases of anxiety disorder may instead benefit from either inpatient or residential treatment. This is especially true for those with an underlying medical condition that complicates treatment.
Inpatient treatment may involve both individual and group therapy (for basic support), maintenance and commitment therapy, family therapy and so on. Where necessary, Emerald Isle will assess clients to determine whether their condition may be managed better with medication.
Emerald Isle Health & Recovery’s second resource touches on the fact that external events can greatly influence what conditions a person develops in the future. As the article states, “Childhood sexual abuse (CSA) is a traumatic experience that can have devastating psychological effects in adulthood. Those who suffer CSA often struggle with issues such as depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicidal thoughts and behavior, substance abuse and addiction, self-injury, attachment difficulties, feelings of shame and guilt, anger management problems, eating disorders and even physical health complications. Unfortunately, the long-term psychological effects of childhood sexual abuse can be pervasive and enduring.”
Anxiety, unfortunately, is only one of a range of emotional problems a person may have to contend with if they are dealing with the effects of abuse as a child. Other examples may include PTSD, dissociation, sleep problems, low self-esteem and so on. Child abuse of this nature can lead to many intense emotions that in turn serve as the catalyst for other conditions, such as an eating disorder, and this is another example of a situation where an individual may benefit from inpatient treatment. The center clarifies that this is not a certainty in every case, but an accurate, professional assessment of a person’s needs is always recommended before they make any decisions regarding their care. CSA can lead to symptoms that make themselves apparent well into adulthood, so it is important to proceed carefully.
To that end, their team also offers a resource that can serve as an informal childhood trauma test. While this resource should not be used as a replacement for professional assistance, such as a physical visit to the center’s facilities, this guide can help those struggling to determine if childhood trauma may be the cause of their problems. See more here: Get Answers About Trauma From Childhood.
As the related article states, “The Adverse Childhood Experiences Test (ACE Test) is a tool that can help identify ACEs in a person’s life. It is not a diagnostic tool, but as a childhood trauma test, it can be used to help start a conversation about experiences that may have been traumatic or difficult.”
Emerald Isle Health & Recovery invites inquiries about bed availability by phone, and those interested in further resources are directed to their website and social media accounts.
For more information about Emerald Isle Health & Recovery, contact the company here:
Emerald Isle Health & Recovery
Emerald Isle Health & Recovery
10702 W Peoria Ave
Sun City, Arizona 85351