For individuals living with a mental health disorder, such as PTSD, bipolar disorder, depression, or anxiety, the symptoms can be debilitating, severely impacting the quality of life. In these instances, standard outpatient therapeutic approaches may not go far enough to help. Knowing where to look to find residential mental health treatment centers in Florida can be incredibly beneficial for those struggling with a mental health disorder.

What Is Mental Health Residential Treatment?

Residential treatment is ideal for people who may need more sustained and structured treatment, away from everyday stressors and triggers, to overcome mental health or substance abuse disorders. It provides individualized evidence-based care in a nurturing and relaxing environment, in order to facilitate the individual’s healing and ability to thrive once they return to their day-to-day lives. 

What To Expect at Our Mental Health Residential Treatment Center In South Florida

At the core of our residential treatment, it is our belief that individuals with mental health disorders have the ability to achieve meaningful change with the proper therapeutic approach. We know that each person’s experience is unique, so we tailor our evidence-based treatment plans to our client’s needs in order to improve outcomes. 

Therapies used in our residential treatments include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Holistic treatment, including meditation, acupuncture, massage, and yoga
  • Group therapy
  • Brain mapping
  • Skills training

Client focused care is provided in a luxurious and comforting residential treatment center in South Florida, in order to sustain recovery outcomes outside of the residential setting. In addition to flexible individualized treatment programs, other activities to support recovery include:

  • Meditation and mindfulness training
  • Acupuncture
  • Acupressure and massage
  • Psycho-educational group 
  • Distress tolerance and trigger response training
  • Experiential healing
  • Yoga

Benefits Of Mental Health Residential Treatment

There are many benefits to inpatient mental health treatment. Focused personalized care that includes individual and group therapy, in a setting that is home-like helps to set the groundwork for continued healing. Additional benefits include:

Learning (or relearning) new skills — Mental health disorders take a heavy toll on people and, sometimes people develop unhelpful habits just to help them get through the day. These habits are not always healthy. Residential treatment provides opportunities for restructuring habits so they become supportive rather than destructive. Additionally, life skills lessons such as coping mechanisms, sleep, hygiene, and nutritional support are provided to support overall wellness.

Supportive environment — One of the primary features of residential treatment is being able to get help away from day-to-day environments that may not be conducive to healing. Inpatient treatment allows people to focus on their healing in a community that understands the unique needs of individuals struggling with mental health disorders. This environment lets people work through complex feelings, work through trauma, and express themselves in a judgment-free zone.

Peer support — When a person enters into residential treatment they will be living with other people who are going through similar experiences, this will allow helping support one another through long-term recovery.

Mental Health Residential Treatment In South Florida

If you or someone you love is struggling with symptoms of a mental health disorder, residential treatment may provide the help you’re looking for. Our team of compassionate highly-trained experts will work to develop an individual plan that provides the most therapeutic benefit. Our tranquil and luxurious residential setting, located in South Florida, provides a nurturing environment to get help with mental health disorders. To find out more about our residential mental health treatment program, contact us today.