Anxiety

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Anxiety and Stress disorders are the most common psychiatric illnesses, which can affect both children and adults. It is estimated that 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety disorders1. Chronic Anxiety and Stress can have a debilitating effect on an individuals daily life, and can be both physically and mentally damaging. Left untreated, these conditions can lead to serious depression, substance abuse, anxiety-related disorders and unnecessary suffering.

The Delray Center for Healing is committed to using an advanced combination of therapy and medications, tailored to each individuals specific needs, to help treat those suffering with an Anxiety or Stress Disorder.

Our Anxiety Treatment May Include:

Anxiety Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The Delray Center Anxiety Disorder PHP is a full time 5 to 6 day a week program, with strong therapeutic structure. This PHP is designed and offered for a minimum of 8 weeks. The higher intensity and longer duration of our programs are some of the biggest reasons for our extraordinary long-term results.

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Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at the Delray Center is the next progression of depression treatment that can follow either inpatient care or PHP. The IOP level of care is the essential transition between the more intensive care levels and regular outpatient treatment.

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Anxiety Disorder Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Many individuals struggling with anxiety disorders such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder also suffer from conditions such as depression, addiction, eating disorders, or post-traumatic stress disorder. This program is designed for those suffering from multiple conditions.

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Anxiety Disorders Outpatient Treatment

The Aniexty Disorder outpatient program is similar to the Intensive outpatient program except for the patient frequents meetings less and the treatment is scaled back based on the persons progress and growth as well as many other factors.

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Resources:
1. http://www.adaa.org/understanding-anxiety