Services: Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
The scope of mental and behavioral health is as broad as it is diverse. The department team works together to ensure they provide custom-tailored care.
Some patients may require serious psychiatric treatment, including carefully monitored medications to enable them to function and begin to recover. Others require social work counseling to help them steer through specific life and family situations, or to overcome emotional blocks or traumas.
Other patients do best with group support, which enables them to draw on the struggles, successes and guidance of others who have been -- or still are - in similar emotional and life circumstances.
Groups led by therapists focus mainly on interpersonal relationships at home and work, including family and marriage therapy, and cognitive therapy (how your thinking can affect your mental health, such as triggering depression).
In some cases, doctors recommend patients participate in physical therapy that can improve physical, psychological, emotional and social well being.
What is Cognitive Therapy?
Cognitive therapy seeks to help the patient overcome difficulties by identifying and changing dysfunctional thinking, behavior and emotional responses.
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