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Mental health disorders are mental health conditions that cause discrepancies in mood, cognition, and behavior to the point that it highly interferes with everyday life.
All these disorders can be present at the same time. It is referred to as a dual diagnosis.
Mental health disorders manifest unpleasant symptoms that impair daily function, such as employment, school, and relationships.
Much research has been conducted on mental health disorders regarding their etiology, how they function in the brain, prevalence, and treatment methods.
All mental health disorders differ; however, some disorders may share similar or the same symptoms.
Treatment methods may vary based on a variety of factors, such as type of disorder, the individual, severity of symptoms, effectiveness, and many other factors.
Mental health treatment can include medication, psychotherapy, counseling, and hospitalization.
Often, more than one form of treatment is utilized.
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Mental health treatment is unique to each person, each mental health disorder, and each situation.
Different methods of treatment can vary from person to person despite having the same mental health disorder.
Several psychotropic medications and different forms of psychotherapy can treat different kinds of disorders.
If the case is severe or cannot be treated in an outpatient setting, then admission into a mental health treatment center or rehabilitation center is the next step for proper treatment.
Mental health treatment services are provided by healthcare professionals, such as psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, psychiatric nurses, and social workers.
Typically, only a licensed medical doctor such as a psychiatrist can prescribe medication.
However, in some states, psychologists can prescribe medication.
Common Mental Health Disorders:
- Major Depressive Disorder – Major Depressive Disorder is a mental health condition defined by a consistently depressed mood, lack of motivation, and loss of interest in hobbies and activities. This is commonly treated with antidepressant medications. These medications are placed into the following classes: Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs), Serotonin and Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs), Norepinephrine and Dopamine Reuptake Inhibitors (NDRIs), Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs), and Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs). Antidepressants are often paired with psychotherapy. The most common psychotherapy to treat major depressive disorder is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).
- Bipolar Disorder – Bipolar Disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by episodes of depression and mania, mood swings, delusions, and impulsivity. Bipolar disorder is typically treated with mood stabilizer medications and sometimes antipsychotic medications. Psychotherapy is also used to treat bipolar disorder. The most common and effective therapies for bipolar disorder treatment are cognitive-behavioral therapy and interpersonal and social rhythm therapy.
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder – Generalized Anxiety Disorder is a mental health condition characterized by excessive anxiety, worry, nervousness, and chronic feelings of dread or uneasiness. Generalized anxiety disorder is often treated with anxiolytic medications and psychotherapy. The most effective psychotherapy to treat generalized anxiety disorder is cognitive-behavioral therapy.
- Borderline Personality Disorder – Borderline Personality Disorder is a mental health disorder characterized by emotional instability, mood instability, and feelings of abandonment, feelings of worthlessness, dysfunctional relationships, impulsivity, and stress-related paranoia. Borderline personality disorder is typically treated with mood stabilizers and antidepressants to alleviate symptoms. However, the Food and Drug Administration has not officially approved any medication to treat borderline personality disorder. The most common and effective psychotherapy to treat borderline personality disorder is dialectical behavior therapy.
Receiving mental health treatment at a private practice is an option to consider. Individual, group, and family therapy sessions are provided in a professional setting under the care of a licensed healthcare professional. Private practice can include your primary care physician. While primary care physicians in private practices typically provide general healthcare, they are also qualified to prescribe psychotropic medications based on an individual’s mental health symptoms. Since general practitioners are not specifically trained to treat only mental health, it is recommended that you are referred to a psychiatrist for accurate diagnosis and the most effective treatment methods.
An official mental health diagnosis comes from an evaluation by a psychiatrist or psychologist. Psychiatrists can also practice in a private setting. Many mental health treatment centers and rehabs are considered a private practice. The downside to private practice is not every insurance carrier will cover the costs of some private practices. If you choose to receive treatment from a private practice, it is important to find mental health treatment centers near you that are within your network.
Community Mental Health Centers
In the event that a referral to a private practice is not a viable option, community mental health centers provide public mental health treatment services. Community mental health centers are funded and operated by local government. Social healthcare provides the necessary mental health treatment services an individual might not otherwise have access to.
Services such as outpatient counseling and therapy, case management, and medication management are options available at community mental health centers. Case managers are professional social workers who refer individuals for employment, residential treatment services, day program services, and other supportive residential services, as necessary.
Medication management services consist of a licensed medical professional such as a psychiatrist prescribing psychotropic medications and monitoring the health and progress of the individual taking the medications. Many individuals receive Social Security disability benefits and Medicaid to pay for the cost of services.
Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment in Private Practice
Alcohol use disorder can be treated in private practice as well. A private practice consists of a practitioner who provides treatment as a self-employed establishment. All therapy sessions including individual, group, and family therapy are provided in a professional setting under the care of licensed healthcare professionals such as a psychologist or counselor.
Many mental health treatment centers and rehabs are considered a private practice. Not all insurance carriers will cover the costs of private practices. Thus, it is important to find mental health treatment centers near you that are within your network.
Substance Abuse Treatment Centers
Mental health treatment also includes substance abuse and addiction treatment. Treatment for substance abuse and addiction is commonly treated at substance abuse treatment centers or rehab. Individuals can be treated for a variety of mental health disorders in addition to substance abuse and addiction. Most substance abuse treatment centers provide outpatient and inpatient services.
An individual receiving outpatient services is not required to always remain at the center. The individual will attend treatment services at the substance abuse center a determined number of times per week. An individual receiving inpatient services requires him or her to remain at the center for the duration of his or her treatment. Common services provided by substance abuse treatment centers typically include medical detoxification, individual and group therapy, specific psychotherapies and other life skills and coping training, and medication management.
Teletherapy and Telemedicine
Telemedicine is an accessible, convenient, and cost-effective way of receiving healthcare services through telecommunication via electronic devices. The means of communicating through electronic devices include smartphone applications and web-based services designed specifically for telemedicine. Healthcare providers and patients to share information virtually and remotely. This form of healthcare service has recently been used by mental health professionals and drug rehab centers to provide therapy and addiction treatment.
Telemedicine allows more people from rural areas to receive healthcare treatment, without having to commute to the nearest healthcare facility. However, it is a new component of mental health treatment and is currently being evaluated for its effectiveness and efficiency compared to physical appointments.
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