Mental Health Residential Treatment
What Is Residential Treatment for Mental Health?
At Kandela Recovery Center, we understand that mental health treatment is not one-size-fits-all, which is why we offer a variety of services to cater to our patient’s specific needs.
Our residential treatment program takes mental health care to the next level, allowing patients to live on-site and receive 24/7 care from our compassionate staff. This level of care provides patients with a safe and supportive environment to focus on their mental health and well-being, making it highly effective for those who need extra attention and support.
- Anxiety Disorders
- General Depression
- Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
- Seasonal Affective Disorder
- Panic Attacks
- Bipolar I
- Bipolar II
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
- Substance-induced Mood Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What to expect from a Mental Health Program?
Our mental health residential treatment program is an intensive and comprehensive daily inpatient program.
During this time, patients receive round-the-clock care and supervision from experienced doctors, nurses, therapists, and mental health technicians. We conduct thorough clinical assessments to aid in proper diagnoses and medication evaluation, ensuring that our patients are adequately stabilized before transitioning to a lower level of care.
Our treatment options include group and individual therapy sessions, regular psychiatric evaluations, and various ancillary, holistic treatments. At Kandela, we believe in treating the whole person, and we pride ourselves on going beyond basic therapy to offer patients a comprehensive and personalized approach to recovery.
How We Treat
When it comes to treating affective mental health, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. The right treatment will depend on factors such as the specific condition, other occurring disorders, and past traumas. However, it’s not just about treating the condition. It’s also about recognizing individual differences.
For some, individual therapy may be the key to success. Others may need help adjusting to medication management, or a combination of both. By working with professionals specializing in affective mental health, patients can gain a better understanding of their unique situation and learn how to improve their mental wellness. It’s important to remember that medication isn’t always the answer, but it can be a valuable tool in mitigating symptoms.
At the end of the day, it’s all about finding what works best for each individual patient – and that’s where the expertise of professionals comes into play.