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There are times when life can feel overwhelming. Some days, it’s not easy to find the way forward. It can feel like there’s no light up ahead – so why keep walking? Even when surrounded by loved ones, sometimes we feel alone, but it doesn’t have to be that way. 

Whether it’s substance use, a mental health condition, or a combination of the two – their impact on our mental health can feel like a weight keeping us down. If you’ve ever felt like there’s no way out of the loop you’re in, or that the hopes and dreams you once had are no longer, don’t give up. 

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Within the past year in Arizona, nearly 200,000 people aged 12 and older reported having a substance use disorder. On top of that, over 1 million adults in Arizona have a mental health condition. Finding a treatment program can seem overwhelming at times, but there are options out there. How can you then sift through those options and find one that works for you?

When it comes to finding the right treatment program or center for recovery, your personal connection with the services offered and staff matters. Both substance use and mental health conditions are deeply intertwined with people’s histories, relationships, and more. It can almost feel like you’re baring your soul when you’re going through the healing process. This is a vulnerable time, and your unique needs are important.

This is why Pinnacle Peak is so against a “one-size-fits-all” approach to recovery. We’ve seen clients from all walks of life with their own distinct traits, histories, personalities, and more that they bring to the table. We want to match this uniqueness in the services we offer.

Here at Pinnacle Peak, our team is dedicated to offering patient-focused treatment options that are rooted in evidence and support. By offering a variety of treatment and therapy programs, we aim to find the right combination to address each client’s unique needs. Let’s talk further about the different programs we offer, how they work, and how they can help you on your path to recovery.

What We Treat: Mental Health and Addiction

Our team at Pinnacle Peak is comprised of trained, medical professionals who are equipped to help clients with substance use disorders, mental illness, and any combination of the two.

Substance use comes in many forms, from alcohol use disorder to opioid dependency. We offer unique programs to help address the concerns that can come along with recovery from substance use. This includes a range of programs like medically-assisted detox, inpatient, and outpatient services.

Mental illnesses can often go hand-in-hand with substance use, which is known as a dual diagnosis. For those who want some additional support for their mental health, we also offer treatment for just mental health without substance use. 

When you arrive on-site, our team will work with you to figure out what your specific needs are. From there, we will work with you to organize your treatment plan and help you reach your healing goals.

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How We Treat: Therapy and Evidence-Based Practices

Therapy is a primary component of all we do. While there are many ways to go about therapy, the aspect of healing and addressing inner turmoil is key. No one therapy program clicks with everyone, and we’re happy to help clients find the right therapy option for them.

Circling back, whatever we offer here at Pinnacle Peak, we make sure it’s evidence-based. This means that it has been studied and researched by other professionals and ourselves.

What Is Therapy?

The more “official” term for what is commonly referred to as “just therapy is” psychotherapy. This is because therapy means to relieve or heal while psycho, added as a prefix, turns this into specifically mental healing. The main purpose of psychotherapy is to challenge and address mental health conditions and emotional turmoil. Therapy can both be utilized to address different mental illnesses, but also to help diagnose them in the first place to help clients be steered toward a type of therapy that will best suit their diagnosis.  

The Types of Therapy Offered at Pinnacle Peak

Our specific offerings here at Pinnacle Peak are often evolving and growing. We’re always offering the best to our clients, and this means adapting as new studies and services become better understood and readily available. 

Here’s a breakdown of the types of therapies and treatments that we offer.

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Trauma Therapy

Trauma is the result of experiencing an event that is very stressful or frightening. Trauma comes in many forms, from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) to ACEs (adverse childhood experiences). Sometimes trauma can co-occur with substance use. No matter what your concerns and needs are, we offer a variety of trauma therapy. The primary aim is to specifically address and work through trauma in a way that can help clients better manage the symptoms that can come along with it.

Experiential Therapy and Holistic Therapy

Experiential therapy addresses both substance use and mental health disorders through stimulation and the world around us – in other words, experiences. Experiential therapy can help clients learn new things, find new hobbies, and relearn the wonders that exist in the world around us. Some of our most popular experiential therapies include music therapy and our sensory room.

The primary goal of holistic therapy is also to positively change the way you view yourself and the world around you. The holistic approach is based on your strengths, needs, preferences, and personal beliefs. Our holistic practices such as yoga, reiki, and meditation aim to help you feel connected. “Holistic approach,” isn’t just a keyword, but rather evidence-based practices led by trained and licensed therapists to help you on your journey of recovery. 

Family and Couples Therapy

Addiction and mental health do not just impact the individual who is managing it. While they are the primary person experiencing it, their loved ones around them are often also impacted by it. Whether this is through arguments, sympathy, or more – addressing these relationships and working to heal them can go a long way in making a strong foundation for long-term healing. That’s what we strive to offer through our family and couples therapy program.

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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy puts you in a one-on-one scenario with a therapist to address your mental health. It’s a private setting that allows you to be more open, honest, and introspective about your thoughts and feelings and how they might be impacting your life. 

Group Therapy

Group therapy takes some of the components of individual therapy but brings them into a setting with a larger group of peers. The main benefit of group therapy is to see that not only are you not alone, but to learn additional insight and perspectives from those around you who are also seeking healing.

Nutritional Wellness

Both mental illness and substance use can often wreak havoc on other components of your life. One of the first things that can take a hit is the way you care for yourself. If you’ve been managing a substance use disorder or mental illness for years, relearning how to care for yourself is just as important to your healing. You could also be managing some health challenges, such as vitamin deficiencies or sleep concerns. Our nutritional programming serves as a way to heal the body so that you’re also able to focus on healing your mind. 

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What Are the Benefits of Therapy?

Just like we aren’t all innately equipped to fix a broken bone or have the right tools to recover from pneumonia – the same can be said about many components of mental health. If we were all equipped to handle depression, trauma, anxiety, and more, there wouldn’t be a need for therapy.

Therapy puts you into the hands of an individual or multiple individuals who are there to help you learn the skills you need to manage your mental health on your own. They seek to bring in an unbiased perspective to address harmful beliefs and help you rework your way of thinking into one that positively benefits you. 

Going through therapy, whether in an inpatient program or just seeing someone on an individual basis, can help you work through the aspects of life that aren’t as easy to process. 

How Therapy Can Also Help Addiction Recovery

Addiction impacts the mind just as much as it impacts the body. Whether clients develop a mental illness because of their substance use, or they utilized the effects of substances to counteract the side effects of their mental health – it doesn’t matter. Addiction trains our brains to think in ways that are counterintuitive to healing and recovery. Therapy helps by retraining the mind to work in healthy ways again. 

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Start Your Therapy Journey Today at Pinnacle Peak

If you’ve been wanting to make a change, to address your health and wellbeing and start the road to recovery from mental health or substance use disorders, our team at Pinnacle Peak is here and ready for you. With our patient-focused approach to everything, our therapies empower you to build a healthy foundation for lifelong recovery. 

There’s no wrong time to get started. Give us a call anytime at 866-377-4761. Our direct helpline is accessible 24/7. Our admissions team is always ready to answer your questions, address any concerns, and guide you through the steps you need to take. We’re here whenever you’re ready.  

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