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We do not accept Medicaid policies at this time

A person participating in a psychotherapy programParticipating in a psychotherapy program is a smart decision for anyone who is struggling with depression, anxiety, or other common mental health disorders. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, helps people identify and change troubling behaviors, thoughts, and emotions through group and private therapy sessions with a trained behavioral therapist.

At Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery, our psychotherapy treatment includes behavioral therapies along with medical support to ease disruptive symptoms. The combination of medical and therapeutic support allows patients to focus on their recovery without the physical and emotional pain caused by their symptoms. Our outpatient treatment programs are held at our discreet location as well as through telehealth services.

Give our team a call today at 833.448.0127 to learn more about our addiction treatment therapies and schedule an initial consultation.

How Can a Psychotherapy Program Improve Your Mental Health?

It was not that long ago that the majority of the population thought psychotherapy was only for people with serious mental health problems. They never would have thought that this is something that everyday people can use to benefit their overall happiness and well-being. Luckily, popular opinion about mental health therapy is changing.

As of 2021, the number of adults who participate in therapy has nearly doubled since 2000 to around 42 million people.1

What kind of mental health illness can psychotherapy support? Here is a list of the common disorders that talk therapy can treat:

  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Substance use disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Personality disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Schizophrenia
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger management
  • Certain phobias

Psychotherapy can also help those who just need someone to talk to and work through common life problems. It can help teens with social anxiety feel more comfortable in large groups or introducing themselves to someone new. It can also help couples and families work through relationship troubles and common life stressors.

Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery can support all Coloradans through our psychotherapy for mental health treatment programs. Our experienced therapists work hard to create a safe and trusting environment so you feel comfortable talking about troubling thoughts, emotions, or past traumas.

What to Expect from Psychotherapy Treatment

Going to the therapist for the first time may make some people feel apprehensive. After all, they grew up hearing “keep it to yourself” and “no one wants to hear your problems.”

If this is your first time, here is what you can expect after enrolling in psychotherapy for mental health treatment:

Full Health Assessment

The first step in recovery is getting a clear picture of your current mental and physical health. Therapists use this information to design a program based on your unique symptoms and triggers. Treatment programs will include a mix of medication-assisted treatment and different types of psychotherapy.

Private Therapy Sessions

During one-on-one conversations with a therapist, you talk about what is causing behavioral or emotional problems and begin addressing them in a safe and encouraging environment. They will help you develop new coping skills for managing your symptoms and triggers and allow you to get back to your happy self.

Group Therapy

In group sessions, you will participate in several types of group therapies with your peers. Some of these activities include group discussions, nature walks, animal-assisted therapy, music/art therapy, and other holistic therapies.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

For patients with more severe symptoms, medical support is available to reduce disruptive symptoms. Medical staff will administer medications and monitor patients for any adverse side effects throughout the program. As their symptoms diminish, so will the need for the medication.

Family Therapy

Having healthy and supportive relationships is essential for good mental health. Therapists will work with all family members to promote a supportive home environment and ensure everyone’s mental health is getting the attention it needs

Enroll in Addiction Treatment Therapies at Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery

Colorado Medication Assisted Recovery is a full-service, outpatient mental health treatment facility that welcomes all people who are struggling with their mental health. Our discreet location is the perfect place to work on improving your mental health while living at home and continuing to work, go to school, or care for a family. We also have telehealth services for those who prefer remote therapy sessions.

If you are ready to make a positive change in your life, call 833.448.0127 today to enroll in our psychotherapy program.