When struggling with neuropsychological mental health issues, it’s essential to get the most thorough and comprehensive treatment available in order to properly manage your condition. At NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, our first priority is providing the best care that inpatient mental health facilities can offer.
So what does that mean? Here are the components of our treatment at our inpatient mental health facilities that help to provide the most comprehensive care possible:
Neuropsychiatric, Medical, and Psychological Evaluation
In order to employ the most appropriate treatment method possible, the facility first has to identify the needs of the patient and the current state of his or her mental health.
Psychiatric Treatment and Supervision
At NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals, we are aware that recovery is an ongoing process — even when the patient has been discharged. That being said, it is important that patients continue to see their private psychiatrists and medical doctors and receive follow-up treatment services post-discharge.
Modes of Therapy
The most important facet of comprehensive care is addressing both the medical and emotional needs of the patient. While psychiatric medication may help to improve mood imbalances and regulate conditions, it is essential to utilize therapy as a means of medicating the soul.
Because of this, NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals employ several methods of therapy. Firstly, group therapy helps to provides patients with a safe space to talk about their feelings and help find solutions to issues in a supportive group setting. Individual therapy is another necessary mode that allows patients to dig deeper, discussing problems with their psychiatrist or clinical psychologist. Family therapy is also utilized in tandem, providing personalized support and resolution, allowing patients and family members to discuss, synthesize, and move forward with their feelings and providing strategies that aid with interaction in the future.
NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals additionally utilize validation and reminiscence therapy, occupational, art and music therapy, and recreational therapy to help the patient foster a sense of self, validation, creativity, and inspiration as the patient moves forward in their treatment.