Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy
Drug Rehab Center in Fulton, Missouri
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Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy is a Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health and Drug Treatment Facility in Fulton, Missouri that offers a variety of methods methods and programs for addiction and other substance-related issues. A few of the levels of care offered here are Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, and tailored to each individual.
Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy is a place where people can get the help they need in their sobriety journey. They offer a variety of treatment methods that are all focused on individualized sobriety programs. Their rehab center has helped individuals of all backgrounds overcome their addictions and live sober lives.
This facility accepts Medicaid, Private Health Insurance, Self-Payment as methods to cover the cost of treatment. Having private insurance is very helpful selecting a treatment facility. Our admissions counselors will help you navigate your insurance policy and find a center that accepts your coverage.
Conditions and Issues Treated
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Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health
Getting sober on your own is not only dangerous during the initial detox, it is also more likely to result in a relapse later on. Addiction treatment centers provide a monitored environment where you will get the medical attention you need, as well as the emotional support to overcome drug or alcohol abuse.
Levels of Care Offered
Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy offers a variety of treatment.
This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.
Inpatient rehab is intended to treat severe addictions and co-occurring disorders. The length of stay in Missouri varies from four weeks to six months according to the individual needs. Inpatient rehab ensures that the patient stays in a substance-free environment at Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy.
People with dual diagnosis have coexisting addiction and a mental disorder. 9.2 million US adults had a co-occurring disorder in 2018, so not just limited to Missouri residents. Best treatment combines medication, psychotherapy (talk therapy), support group, and inpatient rehabilitation. Sometimes, complementary therapies – yoga, massage, and acupuncture – may also be used.
Therapies & Programs
The methods used to care for each individual at Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Nicotine Replacement Therapy, Nutrition Therapy, Trauma Therapy
Individual therapy aims to identify the core issues that would have led the patient to substance abuse and address the root cause effectively. Patients find the therapist as a person who they can trust. It helps them to open up and discuss personal and sensitive issues, which they may not be comfortable discussing in a group.
Group therapy happens at Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy in a controlled group environment, as opposed to a one-on-one setting. It supports Fulton, MO patients’ recovery by offering a sense of comfort and letting them know that they are not alone. Through shared conversations, patients also learn to develop faith and understanding and gain insight on their addictions.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is a treatment that helps people to quit smoking. NRT reduces the withdrawal symptoms by giving nicotine in low doses. It is safe for most adults, teens and pregnant women should not undergo NRT. Research shows that the use of NRT doubles the chances of quitting smoking.
Unresolved trauma is often a key reason why many patients resorted to substance abuse. Trauma therapy refers to treatment wherein specialist therapists help the patients to resolve the trauma that led the patients to substance abuse. The trauma could be physical abuse, sexual abuse, war, natural disasters, divorce, accident, loss of a loved one, etc. Thinking of these traumatic events causes emotional disturbances like anxiety, depression and results in addiction. If trauma is the primary cause of substance abuse, then both issues must be addressed. Otherwise, there is a risk of relapse. Trauma therapy also improves the cognitive functions and provides long term benefits.
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Experiential Therapy at Fulton State Hospital - Individual Psychotherapy
Experiential therapy works on the principle that the perception of individuals determines their behavior. It is different from medication and talk therapy and suits those who have difficulty in expressing themselves and interact. Experiential therapy works by using tools and activities to recreate past experiences and encourages the release of suppressed thoughts that were responsible for the negative feelings and drug addiction.
Role-playing, arts and crafts, music, animal care, rock climbing, etc. are some of the activities used in this therapy. Gradually the individual will experience calmness and love and change their perception positively. Other than drug addiction, Experiential therapy is useful in various behavioral and eating disorders.
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