Hanley Center’s Mental Health Program: Treatment for Mental Health Disorders
Mental illness is real. And just like any other illness, it can improve with treatment. If you are one of the many Americans affected by mental illness, you’ve come to the right place.
For over 35 years, people have traveled to Hanley Center from across the country to be treated by our world-class therapists, physicians, and nurses. Our treatment works, not just for people struggling with mental illness but for their entire family system.
We help you examine all dimensions of wellness – psychological, biological, social, and spiritual – so that we can help you fully address your unique challenges, issues, and strengths.
Whether you’re seeking treatment for the first time or looking for new treatment options, we respect where you are on your journey. We’ll celebrate your progress, comfort you during your darkest moments, and challenge you to help you get the most out of treatment.
MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS
Who We Help
We place each patient at the center of a caring team designed to help you uncover and manage mental health diagnoses. Hanley Center treats adults experiencing a range of diagnoses, including:
Mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder, cause dramatic and sometimes dangerous mood fluctuations. Categories of mood disorders include clinical depression, bipolar disorder, and substance-induced mood disorder.
Anxiety disorders are highly disruptive mental health conditions that cause sensations of fear and stress disproportionate to the circumstances that trigger them. Examples of anxiety disorders include panic disorder, phobia-related disorders, and social anxiety disorder.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is precipitated by an emotionally and physically traumatic event or sequence of events. The trauma can either be experienced or witnessed. Symptoms might include night terrors, anxiety, uncontrolled recollections of the event, negative thinking, feelings of hopelessness, and persistent fear of danger.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a condition that involves experiencing repeated, spontaneous, and unwanted thoughts and impulses. A person with OCD might fixate on cleanliness, organization, health, or safety, which triggers compulsive actions to relieve stress. The thoughts and urges are so pervasive that they impede routine activities.
Personality disorders involve inflexible thought patterns and behaviors. The conditions classified as personality disorders include borderline personality disorder, paranoid personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder.
Process addictions are addiction disorders that involve compulsively performing certain activities that trigger the pleasure response. Such activities might include gambling, shopping, online computer gaming, or sexual acts. Process addictions do not involve consuming intoxicating substances like drugs or alcohol.
We also offer support for other psychiatric and psychological issues not covered here. Our treatment curriculum is designed to provide you with deep individual insights while fostering community support. Through the delivery of compassionate care, our therapists and medical staff help patients learn vital coping skills to help patients to navigate life’s everyday challenges, such as:
- Work-related stress and burnout
- Parental and family relationships
- Financial pressures
- Lacking social supports
- Peer relationship struggles
- Relationship concerns
- Grief and loss
- Co-occurring medical diagnoses and health conditions
- And more
Hanley Center’s Mental Health Program takes a holistic and coordinated approach to treating each person. Our compassionate professionals take the time to evaluate each patient, affirm or update diagnoses, and create personalized treatment plans for your total recovery. The goal of Hanley’s Mental Health Program is to help patients successfully transition back to lives, homes, families, and careers with a newfound sense of self-worth, direction, and control. Our comprehensive clinical approach focuses on lifelong health for the individual and the family system.
We leverage unique, evidence-based therapies, including:
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Trauma therapies, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
- Expressive therapies
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- Medication management
- Neurofeedback and biofeedback
- Psychological testing through our Center for Brain Recovery
Hanley’s Mental Health Program is an intimate experience, with only 8 beds available so that you will not be “lost in the shuffle.” Our private space offers comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms, television, internet, and shared common space for rest and relaxation. Private single suites are also available. This dedicated space also includes its own 24/7 nursing and medical care unit. This unit enhances patient confidentiality and is separate from all other Hanley Center programming.
We also offer massage, acupuncture, physical therapies, as well as a walking trail, a tranquil healing garden, and a pool.
We know that residential or inpatient treatment is often the first step on the journey to lifelong healing. This is why our dedicated Case Manager is prepared to help you coordinate the details of your life after departing Hanley’s care. We partner with renowned clinical and medical professionals to help you develop a care plan that may include:
- Intensive Outpatient Program for Mental Health
- Individual therapy
- Ongoing family support
- Marriage or couples counseling
- Psychiatric referrals
- Medication management
- Self-care techniques
- A safe recovery environment
Hanley Center’s mental health program uses a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to treatment. With dedicated specialists who assess every patient individually, we achieve exceptional outcomes for a diverse population of patients.
Get Well at Hanley Center
Your experiences and concerns are unique. If you are hesitant to pursue psychological support, we understand and respect your process. We will provide you with a care team that will work with you to meet you where you are along the treatment continuum. Contact our helpful team to begin your journey to recovery today.