IN ORANGE COUNTY
Are you one of the 51 million adults in the United States living with a mental illness? One in five Americans experiences mental illness each year, highlighting the prevalence of mental health conditions in the country. If you are struggling with a mental health condition, Eden’s state-of-the-art residential mental health treatment center in Orange County, California is your No. 1 choice for effective treatment.
Enhance Your Life With Quality Mental Health Treatment
Mental health disorders can affect every facet of our lives, including our behavior, thinking, and mood. Mental health includes our psychological, emotional, and social well-being; it is important to us throughout every stage of our lives. There is a wide range of mental health disorders, including major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, schizophrenia, and a range of anxiety disorders.
Here at Eden by Enhance Health Group, our clinical team is passionate about helping you live an enhanced, balanced, and healthy life. Treatment is tailored to your individual needs to help you achieve your goals. Our mental health treatment is evidence-based and our state-of-the-art center in Orange County is where you can obtain the highest degree of psychiatric care.
We focus on the psychological, holistic, and physical aspects of care, and our evidence-based approach has been proven to help people struggling with a wide range of mental health disorders. If you are interested in learning more about our residential mental health treatment, speak to one of our professional and friendly clinicians today.
Residential Mental Health Treatment?
A residential mental health treatment program is designed to give patients the support, space, and time that they need to recover from a period of mental illness. Patients will learn how to manage their diagnosis and overcome it, so they can lead a full and rewarding life. It is also an opportunity to receive a respite from the issues or situations that may be triggering their mental health disorder.
Since the start of the COVID-19, concerns about mental health have understandably grown, with many people feeling isolated, unable to lead a fulfilling life, or seeing their worries increase. A recent survey has highlighted that more than 40% of American adults have reported symptoms of depressive disorder and/or anxiety.
A residential mental health treatment program typically utilizes a range of treatment elements. These include cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, nutritional counseling, neuropsychological diagnostic testing, mindfulness, medication management, and equine therapy.
Speak to our team to learn more about our range of treatment elements as well as our Orange County facilities.
What Mental Health Disorders Do We Treat?
Mental health disorders can be complex and vary in severity from person to person. Here, we will highlight some common types of mental health disorders that we treat: major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, and personality disorder.
Major Depressive Disorder
Major depressive disorder is a mood disorder that can cause prolonged feelings of sadness and loss of interest. While it is normal to feel sad from time to time, persistent and intense feelings of sadness may indicate that a person is suffering from major depressive disorder.
It is a relatively common mental health issue; more than 7% of American adults experience a major depressive episode each year. Symptoms include feelings of sadness or irritability, loss of interest in activities, feelings of restfulness, lack of energy, and difficulty concentrating.
Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health disorders, characterized by strong feelings of fear and anxiety. These feelings can have a significant impact on a person’s personal, occupational, and social functioning. Examples of anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or a specific phobia.
While most people experience feelings of fear or worry, with an anxiety disorder these feelings do not go away and can get worse over time.
This is a mental health condition that causes moods swings and periods of emotional highs and lows. During periods of depression, sufferers may feel sad, hopeless, and have a lack of interest in activities. WIth feelings of mania or hypomania, they may experience euphoria, irritability, and an increase in energy.
All in all, these mood swings can have a significant impact on a person’s life. Bipolar disorder can affect sleep, activity, energy, behavior, judgment, and the ability to think clearly. Such episodes of mood swings can occur multiple times a year.
A personality disorder is a type of mental health disorder in which an individual has an unhealthy pattern of behaving, functioning, and thinking. It can result in an individual having trouble relating to people and situations.
There are a number of recognized types of personality disorders. These include paranoid personality disorder, schizoid personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.
Our residential mental health treatment center in Orange County is staffed by professional and experienced clinicians who offer a personalized level of care. Our focus is on getting to the root of what is causing your mental health disorder and providing a range of effective treatments and therapies to help you overcome it.
We are fully HIPAA compliant and our programs are accredited by the Joint Commission—an independent, non-profit organization responsible for more than 20,000 health facilities in the US.
Get the Help You Need With Eden
Our comprehensive residential program is recognized as one of the leading centers for treating mental health disorders in the United States. At our Orange Counter center, our customized treatment plans include psychological, holistic, and physical aspects of care. Speak to our team today and learn more about our state-of-the-art residential mental health treatment center.