In the past, mental illnesses were largely undiagnosed and only recently have these been recognized as critical to one’s functioning. In the present age, health care professionals as well as researchers have understood the importance of diagnosing and treating these disorders. If left untreated, these can cause a plethora of problems like difficulty at school or work, relationship problems, and an overall compromised quality of life. People with undiagnosed or untreated mental illnesses are also at a risk of committing suicide.
The mental health recovery specialists whom Invictus Health Group works with understands that each patient is unique in their history and treatment requirements. Therefore, the programs we work with are not only custom-made, they are comprehensive and compassionate as well. We stop at nothing when it comes to helping our patients walk on the path of recovery and live life to the fullest.
Symptoms and types of mental illnesses
It is often difficult to spot the signs of a mental illness because the symptoms can be too understated to be recognized immediately. Some of the common symptoms of mental illnesses are:
- Feeling anxious
- Social isolation
- Loss of motivation
- Feeling unusually tired
- Disrupted sleep patterns
- Constant negative thoughts
- Feeling extremely low or high
Oftentimes, a person might have more than one mental disorder and the symptoms may overlap, making an accurate diagnosis a challenge. Mental disorders are routinely confused with vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disorder, and other physical conditions. Some of the common mental disorders are:
- Panic disorder
- Anxiety disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
If you feel that you are struggling with a mental health disorder, seek help from a professional mental health treatment center as an untreated mental illness can lead to grave consequences.
Mental health treatment at Invictus Health Group
At Invictus Health Group, our partnerships offer a complete treatment approach for a range of mental health disorders. Offered treatment modalities include:
- Life skills
- ID triggers
- Art therapy
- Family therapy
- Stages of change
- Individual therapy
- Case management
- Anger management
- Relapse prevention
- Stress management
- Medical assessment
- Narrative treatment
- Specialized treatment
- Process group therapy
- Continuing care program
- Self-esteem and emotions
- Stress management groups
- Biopsychosocial assessment
- Navigating relationships (family)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Substance abuse assessment reviewed during biopsychosocial assessment
All these treatment modalities are evidence-based, meaning that they are substantiated by research.
The mental health experts understand that what works for one might not work for the other. By offering such a wide range of treatment modalities, we ensure that we have something that would work for each and every patient.
What can I expect from Invictus Health Group?
Invictus Health Group works with state-of-the-art residential mental health centers located in several cities throughout Southern California whom we have partnered with. The ambience at our facilities is both healing and calming with backyard scenic views and coastal ocean breezes. The facilities have well-appointed, comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms. We have made every effort to make the facilities we have partnered with relaxing, so that a patient feels like they are staying in a “home away from home.”
As the medical staff is committed to the well-being of our patients, we ensure that they navigate through their treatment programs smoothly emerging strong and self-reliant. We work with compassionate and understanding treatment staff works 24/7 with the patients, guiding them through treatment while helping them solve their problems.
If you or a loved one is battling a mental illness, call our 24/7 helpline 866-548-0190 to learn more about residential mental health centers. You can also chat online with a representative for further assistance.