Depression and Anxiety Treatment Center
Rehab for Depression and Anxiety
Depression and/or anxiety may exist alone, either situationally or biologically, or in combination with drugs and alcohol. Substance abuse often causes co-occurring illnesses such as depression and anxiety because of the effects that drugs and alcohol have on the brain. These substances block the normal production of healthy brain chemicals like serotonin and dopamine, causing serious mental disorders. Signs of depression often include losing interest in favorite activities, pulling away from family and friends, isolating, sleep disturbances, and declining performance at work or school.
Inpatient rehab for depression and anxiety is clinically proven as one of the most effective treatment methods. Clients are able to completely focus on recovery, join new support systems, overcome feelings of hopelessness and isolation, and learn healthy coping skills. Each of our mental health counselors in our Utah depression and anxiety treatment center has over 8 years of experience in treating addiction and co-occurring disorders and each client’s treatment plan will be completely customized.
If you or a loved one are showing signs of depression or anxiety, call us immediately: 877-717-6237.
Depression and Anxiety Recovery
Depression and anxiety may lead to new addictions or relapse through attempts to self-medicate. To help our clients avoid this negative outcome, Corner Canyon’s depression and anxiety treatment center treats mental disorders alongside addiction to facilitate complete recovery. Our treatment methods include traditional therapy, medication if clinically indicated, healthy food, exercise, family communication, and recreational therapy. Our psychiatrists and therapists will closely follow the client’s progress and if the symptoms do not respond to treatment, medications may be recommended.
- Weight loss or gain
- Impaired concentration and indecisiveness
- Becoming less interested in favorite activities
- Feelings of despair, worthlessness, guilt, etc.
- Difficulty concentrating
- Irritability or irrational anger
- Fear of social situations
- Panic attacks