Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders in the U.S., affecting approximately 40 million adults each year, or 18.1% of the population. Anxiety can stem from a range of risk factors, such as brain chemistry, genetics, personality and life events. Although it’s a highly treatable condition, only 36.9% of people actually receive treatment.
People who deal with anxiety often turn to substances to relieve symptoms of an underlying mood disorder. But self-medicating with drugs or alcohol relieves feelings of worry and fear by masking them–not addressing their source. Since substance use disorder rarely occurs on its own, it’s vital to confront the deep-rooted mental health issues like anxiety that contribute to addiction and are exacerbated by it.
For clients who have an anxiety disorder or anxiety disorder and a substance use disorder (co-occurring disorders), PACE Recovery offers both outpatient and inpatient anxiety treatment.
Inpatient & Outpatient Anxiety Treatment Services
- Individual and group therapy.
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
- Family therapy, if appropriate.
- Experiential therapies.
- Holistic, integrative therapies.
- Medication management.
- Neuropsychological testing.
- Relapse prevention.
- Life skills education.
- Academic and career counseling.
Orange County, CA Outpatient Anxiety Counseling Services
If left untreated, anxiety can become severe enough to interfere with your daily life. However, it is a highly treatable mental health condition. PACE Recovery offers outpatient anxiety and addiction treatment services that are flexible and easily accessible because we know inpatient, residential treatment isn’t possible for every client.
Features of our Outpatient program include:
- Individualized planning. Each treatment plan addresses a client’s unique circumstances and helps them set and achieve their goals.
- A holistic approach. Anxiety and addiction don’t occur randomly. Our programming is comprehensive, addressing all aspects of a person’s being. We teach clients how to understand and manage their symptoms and adopt healthier, more effective coping strategies.
- Inherent flexibility. Our Outpatient program is designed to complement a client’s existing schedule and work or family obligations. Outpatient clients can live at home or in a sober living facility and visit PACE for a few hours each week to engage in therapy and other services.
Inpatient Anxiety Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
A co-occurring disorder is a mental health disorder that coincides with substance use disorder. It’s common for someone with a mental health disorder such as anxiety to use drugs or alcohol to mask their symptoms. Although self-medication might offer temporary relief, it causes symptoms to worsen over time.
PACE Recovery’s inpatient treatment services address the symptoms and circumstances of anxiety and substance use disorders. Features of our Inpatient program include:
- 90-day treatment program.
- 24/7 supervision, structure and support.
- Cutting-edge therapies.
- The option to transition into PACE Recovery’s Outpatient Program or Transitional Living Program.
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If you or someone you love is struggling with anxiety or substance abuse, PACE Recovery can help. Our admissions counselors can help determine which of our programs is right for you.