Behavioral

Behavioral health support groups usually focus on a specific situation or condition, such as alcoholism, drug addiction, bipolar disorder, or depression. There are also groups for family members of someone struggling with these same issues. Support groups are not the same as group therapy sessions and do not need to be run by a licensed therapist. This is used to identify and help change potentially self-destructive or unhealthy behaviors. It functions on the idea that all behaviors are learned and that unhealthy behaviors can be changed. The focus of treatment is often on current problems and how to change them. Behavioral health describes the connection between behaviors and the health and well-being of the body, mind and spirit.

This would include how behaviors like eating habits, drinking or exercising impact physical or mental health. Behavioral health also includes both mental health and substance use, encompassing a continuum of prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services. When distinguishing between behavioral health and mental health, it is important to remember that behavioral health is a blanket term that includes mental health. Behavioral health looks at how behaviors impact someone’s health — physical and mental. Behavioral health treatments are ways of helping people with mental illnesses or substance use disorders. For example, counseling and more specialized psychotherapies seek to change behaviors, thoughts, emotions, and how people see and understand situations. Behavioral health focuses on how habits are affecting overall physical and mental well-being.

Behavioral health programs

The growing urgency of managing behavioral health challenges is making this a priority for many employers. A one-size-fits-all approach is no longer effective, as new and innovative approaches are allowing employers to help their employees get access to the exact services they require in a more effective and efficient way. Managed behavioral health programs take a clinical and professional consultative approach to behavioral health, substance abuse, and comorbid conditions, integrating them with ongoing medical care to ensure better outcomes for patients. When it comes to behavioral health treatment, counseling is a therapeutic modality that helps individuals manage the behaviors associated with mental illness or general problems with their well-being. It is focused on therapies that help individuals modify their behaviors for the better, reinforcing positive behaviors and finding ways to overcome negative behaviors.

Often, this includes diagnosing or dealing with mental health problems. Professionals who may provide behavioral health counseling include psychologists, social workers, and general physicians. Other concurrent treatment options may include medications and psychotherapy. The growing urgency of managing behavioral health challenges is making this a priority for many employers. A one-size-fits-all approach is no longer effective, as new and innovative approaches are allowing employers to help their employees get access to the exact services they require in a more effective and efficient way. Managed behavioral health programs take a clinical and professional consultative approach to behavioral health, substance abuse, and comorbid conditions, integrating them with ongoing medical care to ensure better outcomes for patients. The program at Agape Love is designed to provide intensive, highly structured treatment for mental illness, mood disorders, and substance abuse issues in a safe, controlled environment.

Our treatment programs are personalized for each patient. During treatment, you’ll learn strategies and coping techniques that will help you manage your condition or addiction through a combination of traditional and alternative therapies, education, activities, and medication management. You’ll work directly with members of our highly trained, compassionate care teams, including psychiatrists, specialty physicians, nurses, social workers, therapists, and other experienced professionals. There are many tools that can improve the experience on the road to wellness: medication, counseling (therapy), social support, and education. Therapy, for example, can take many forms, from learning relaxation skills to intensively reworking your thinking patterns. Social support, acceptance, and encouragement from friends, family, and others can also make a difference. Education about how to manage a mental health condition along with other medical conditions can provide the skills and support to enrich the unique journey toward overall recovery and wellness. Together with a treatment team, you can develop a well-rounded and integrated recovery plan that may include counseling, medications, support groups, education programs, and other strategies that work for you.

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Covid 19 Precautions

We conduct daily patient and staff screenings, facilitate ongoing preventative cleaning, encourage social-distancing and handwashing, and strongly recommend mask wearing.

We know that treatment for behavioral health issues are more critical now than ever before. We are here to create a safe space for staff and the patients we serve. Agape Love also offers telehealth services to our patients for group or individual therapy as needed.