“Mental disorder” is a very straightforward term; it refers to the malfunctioning of mental processes. Common psychological problems that fall under this category include major depression, anxiety and mood disorders, and schizophrenia. People who suffer from these conditions, whether they are diagnosed or not, will likely attempt to alleviate their symptoms. Unfortunately, many people do so by using drugs and alcohol to counteract the effects of their disorders. An individual who does this is risking the addition of a substance abuse disorder to their pre-existing mental condition.
Family Therapy, Group Therapy and Individual Therapy will all be available before, during and after treatment.