Stress, Anxiety and Depression Treatment

Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Stress, anxiety, and depression impact millions of Americans every year. These serious and very real conditions can make it difficult to engage in personal and professional responsibilities, relationships, and even daily necessities. Thankfully there are many options available for stress, anxiety, and depression treatment. At Freeman Recovery Center, we work with men and women through both residential and outpatient treatment options to treat and manage the symptoms and sources of emotional and mental conditions.

Combining Medicine and Care

For many people, a combination of prescription medication and non-medical treatment help to combat depression, anxiety, and stress on two fronts. Medication can help to correct and regulate brain chemistry for a healthier brain and body while individual or group therapy helps to work through the mental and emotional components linked to these conditions. Treatment may include:

  • Healthy management strategies
  • Lifestyle adjustment
  • Teaching healthy communication
  • Group therapy to work through emotional blocks
  • A support system
  • Psychotherapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most common forms of psychotherapy. CBT first determines the presence of a negative or unhelpful recurring thought. After identifying this thought, the individual learns how to replace harmful thoughts with positive or useful ones.

Problem-solving therapies and interpersonal therapy may also help to manage anxiety, depression, or stress. These three related conditions often result from problems individuals feel are too complicated or overwhelming to solve. These problems feel larger than life, or feel as though they must be resolved immediately for fear they grow larger. Stress, anxiety, and depression treatment should account for a person’s unique triggers, thoughts, and situations.

Freeman Recovery Center integrates counseling, medical care, and different therapies through our team of doctors, nurses, counselors, and staff. While stress, anxiety, or depression are often viewed as purely emotional or mental conditions, these conditions have physical links and effects that should not be ignored. We work with each individual to understand and treat all aspects of a condition, accounting for all mental, emotional, physical, and behavioral needs.

If you or a loved one struggle with anxiety, stress, or depression, please give us a call to learn how we can help.

Call us to get help today.

(615) 645-3677