Psychology is the study of the human mind and behavior. Yet many find themselves wondering, “Is a psychologist a doctor?” Psychologists hold doctoral degrees in psychology, such as clinical or counseling psychology; they are not medical doctors. One main difference between psychiatrists, who are medical doctors, and psychologists, who hold doctoral degrees, is that psychologists are trained to look at the behavior behind a psychological condition. In contrast, a psychiatrist is trained to look at the biology of the condition. But the major distinction is the ability to prescribe medications.
Psychologists can provide many effective treatments and services in the world of mental health treatment and recovery programs. At Harmony Hills, we have medical, psychiatric, and psychology professionals available to assess clients’ needs and design effective mental health treatment programs. Call us today at 855.494.0357 to learn how a professional can help get you on the road to recovery.
Types of Mental Health Treatment
In addition to being a drug detox center and state-of-the-art addiction recovery center, Harmony Hills mental health treatment programs treat a wide range of mental health disorders. Our counselors and therapists can help individuals address issues such as:
- Anxiety disorder
- Anger management
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Clinical depression
- Childhood trauma
- Dissociative disorders
- Panic disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Self-Harm treatment
At Harmony Hills, we have the right resources and therapists to treat these and many other conditions. Your mind and body will have the chance to heal, and you’ll receive the care you need to achieve sobriety and good mental health.
Florida Recovery Programs
We offer various levels of care in each of our programs, including residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and aftercare. In addition to therapeutic approaches, we also incorporate high-quality nutritional and physical health programs, yoga, and guided meditation classes. We believe in treating the whole person, not just the disease.
Our treatment approaches include a broad range of evidence-based treatments and well-researched approaches, including:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
- Trauma therapy
- Individual and group therapy
- 12-step programs
This broad range of treatments gives our clients the best possible chance at achieving and maintaining sobriety and good mental health. Call us today at 855.494.0357 to learn more about our programs.
How Individual Therapy Can Help
A cornerstone of effective mental health treatment and recovery programs, individual therapy is part of all of our programs at Harmony Hills. Working with your counselor, you will uncover the challenges that may impede your recovery. Over several sessions, your therapist will gather information about you, your living situation, your family, social interactions and relationships, and many other aspects of your everyday life.
You will work together to establish your treatment goals. Your therapist will work with our interdisciplinary team to incorporate all of your needs into a comprehensive recovery and treatment plan.
Clients report many benefits from individual therapy, including improved interpersonal relationships and communication skills, being able to control moods and emotions more effectively, the ability to recognize triggers and other negative habits, being able to cope with anger, stress, and other negative emotions, and replacing adverse habits with healthier coping mechanisms.
Discover How Harmony Hills Can Help
Harmony Hills is a state-of-the-art mental health and addiction recovery treatment facility in central Florida, an hour north of Orlando. Our team of experienced mental health and addiction specialists are here to assist you on your journey to recovery from start to finish. Our nurses and therapists provide exceptional care for clients who are ready to regain control of their lives, improve their mental health, and achieve and maintain sobriety. We’re here for you.