In Los Angeles, California, a hallmark of our mental health treatment programs is our capacity to address a wide spectrum of mental health conditions. This inclusiveness ensures that individuals with diverse backgrounds and varying needs can access the necessary support. Since symptoms of different mental health disorders may sometimes intersect, our dedicated team conducts thorough assessments for each individual to ensure accurate diagnoses. Montare at the Canyon develops personalized treatment plans at each level of care we offer below.
Anyone can develop a mental health disorder and need treatment, regardless of age, race, sexual identity, or location. This makes it important for a program to offer focused care for as many illnesses as possible. We employ a skilled staff with years of experience at our mental health programs in Los Angeles. We treat the following mental illnesses:
Depression can happen in different ways but always causes difficulty and a feeling of ongoing sadness and hopelessness in a person’s life. Which type of depression a person has depends on the symptoms they experience and will need to be diagnosed by a mental health professional.
Sometimes called dysthymia, this type of depression is considered mild but still requires treatment. Someone who has it may feel short periods of relief from their symptoms, but always falls back into a cycle of depression.
This kind of depression feels all-encompassing and affects a person’s ability to feel joy, excitement, and pleasure in all areas of their life. Symptoms range from moderate to severe and will continue without treatment.
Someone with this type of illness has tried several avenues of treatment but finds they can’t get relief from their symptoms. They need the guidance of a program that provides modern approaches to help relieve the symptoms of treatment-resistant depression.
There are a few types of anxiety disorders that cause people to deal with unwanted episodes of anxious feelings. An assessment by a mental health expert can determine which kind a person has.
Generalized anxiety disorder causes a person to consistently feel anxious about any number of subjects. They find it difficult to participate in daily responsibilities as well as social events.
Someone with panic disorder experiences panic attacks that can happen in relation to a specific reason or come out of nowhere. Panic attacks cause multiple physical and emotional reactions and feel scary when they occur.
OCD causes a person to have obsessive thoughts and perform compulsive behaviors. They cannot control either and need professional help to overcome the recurring thoughts and ritualistic behaviors.
Stress disorders happen in reaction to a specific event or series of events that negatively impact a person’s life. This can include physical or sexual assault, molestation, a natural disaster, military conflict or acts of war, and urban unrest, such as riots or school shootings.
This condition occurs after someone experiences a traumatic event. The effects typically last a month or less.
Similar to Acute Stress Disorder, a person develops these after experiencing trauma. The difference is that PTSD does not end on its own and requires treatment to help the person move past the effects of what they went through.
This type of disorder is brought on not by a traumatic event but rather by something highly stressful the individual has difficulty overcoming. They have negative thoughts, emotions, and behaviors caused by the initial stressor.
Personality disorders cause a person difficulty in seeing themselves and others clearly, which creates problems in relationships. Effective treatment shows the individual how to change their perceptions and establish healthier patterns of getting along with family, friends, romantic partners, co-workers, and others.
This type of disorder is characterized by the person having difficulty managing their emotions and behaviors. They often blame others for causing their problems and have a long-standing pattern of unstable and failed relationships.
Schizophrenia is a complex mental illness that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. The individual often experiences difficulty communicating, may have hallucinations, and might be unable to live on their own.
Mood disorders cause a person to be unable to regulate their moods and act in inappropriate manners related to them. They often have distorted or unreliable reactions to people and events that cause disruptions in their lives.
When someone attends our mental health programs in Los Angeles, they enjoy several benefits. For many people, just being able to put a name to what’s wrong means a lot. We provide a thorough assessment of each person we treat so we can give them an exact diagnosis. From there, we design a menu of different therapies that will give the individual the structured care they need to meet their treatment goals.
Talk therapy helps people open up about their private emotions and behaviors. They form a trusting bond with their therapists that allows them to talk about past life events and ongoing challenges that negatively impact their mental health. From there, each person learns how to reshape the way they view themselves and the world around them. They develop healthy, effective coping mechanisms that minimize or eliminate many of the symptoms of their disorders.
Are you interested in finding a high-quality program that treats several types of mental health disorders and can give you the caring treatment you deserve? Montare at the Canyon offers mental health programs in Los Angeles that help people manage their symptoms and improve their mental health. We understand how to connect with people and make them feel comfortable opening up and discovering the power they have to improve their lives.
Contact us today to find out how easy it is to get started feeling better about yourself and your future. Our admissions staff is standing by to answer your questions.