Anxiety Treatment Center

Steps Recovery Center recognizes how vital the mind, body, and spirit are in their connection to the whole person. We take a holistic approach to treating anxiety that includes treating the whole person, and find that it tends to be more successful, especially since anxiety disorders can affect every aspect of a person’s life. With a customized and individualized program, a holistic approach just makes sense. It affords an opportunity to meet the patient’s physical and psychological needs and allows them to engage physically, emotionally, and mentally.

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The Four Types of Anxiety

Here are the four different types of anxiety disorders:

Anxiety and Addiction

People with anxiety disorders are more likely to turn to drugs and alcohol for relief. Individuals with this disorder are two times more likely to develop an addiction compared to the general population, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Excessive drug and alcohol use typically worsen a person’s symptoms, leading to dependence on self-medication. It can result in a dangerous cycle that’s difficult to break, and it can also harm a person’s loved ones. Moreover, those with an anxiety disorder usually experience stronger withdrawal symptoms than those without anxiety when trying to quit using substances.

Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety disorders and addiction are treatable, and many people experience symptom relief and improvement in their quality of life with professional treatment. However, treatment success is relative. Some people complete treatment within weeks, while others may take months. For instance, those with multiple anxiety disorders and other mental health conditions may need more time to recover. A compassionate provider from an inpatient treatment center can conduct a comprehensive assessment before tailoring an individualized treatment plan.

A person with an anxiety disorder can receive the following types of treatment:

Medication: Medication treatment for anxiety disorders is usually safe and effective when enforced in conjunction with therapy. Medication can be a short or long-term treatment option depending on the severity of a person’s symptoms. However, a patient will need time and patience to discover the medication that works best for them.

Integrative Behavioral Health: Complementary and alternative medicine is becoming increasingly popular as mental health professionals are searching for additional ways to treat anxiety. This type of method combines the use of complementary treatment with conventional medicine and includes:

Multi-Channel Approach to Treatment

Addiction Treatment Center

Detox Treatment Center

Treatment Center

Residential treatment centers are knownfor their success rate, so it’s important to research local ones that fit yours or that of the needs of your loved one. Ensure they are acredited and licensed, have access to emergency care services, offer aftercare planning, and have a credentialed staff

STEPS RECOVERY CENTERS IS COMMITTED TO CONTINUE PROVIDING SERVICE TO THOSE AFFECTED BY ADDICTION WHILE ASSURING THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS ARE TAKEN TO RESPOND TO THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)

Steps Recovery Center realizes the importance of maintaining a safe and effective environment for our clients and staff. As such, we are actively following all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines. The additional measures we take at Steps Recovery Centers include implementing the following protocols: admissions screening and testing, coronavirus infection control plans, providing education to clients and staff, and daily, effective screening of all employees and clients for Coronavirus symptoms. To ensure we protect and promote the health and wellbeing of our staff and clients, we will continue to monitor any developing updates to COVID-19, including exposure statistics in the community and guidelines provided by the Utah Department of Public Health.