Inpatient Mental Health Facilities Las Vegas

Residential Programs for Mental Health Treatment at Icarus in Nevada

Are you struggling with a mental health condition that leaves you feeling tired of the same old patterns in your life? It might be time for you to seek treatment for your mental health issues at a higher level than you could obtain with an individual therapist. If so, you have arrived at the right resource.

If you need inpatient mental health facilities, Las Vegas has lots of opportunities, and the foremost among them is found at Icarus.

Icarus Behavioral Health in Las Vegas, NV offers you compassionate care to help you bring about real and lasting change in your life. We feature an assortment of different therapies that are evidence-based to treat people just like you.

If you have been on the fence about inpatient treatment, keep reading to learn more, and remember you can reach out at any time for immediate assistance and insurance verification from our compassionate Admissions team!

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7 Proven Approaches to Individualized Treatment for Mental Health Disorders at Icarus Nevada

When it comes to receiving help for mental health issues, you need to ensure that you get the care you need first and foremost. Every client seeking support for mental health is different, so there can never be any cookie-cutter solutions to giving you the help you need.

Icarus Behavioral Health Nevada believes in individualized treatment using the following elements.

1) Individual Counseling with Evidence-Based Treatment Modalities

Individual Counseling

Most people will anticipate receiving one-on-one counseling, sometimes also referred to as talk therapy. This allows you privacy to cope with your struggles while interacting with a clinical specialist who can help you walk through the early days of the healing process.

While this is the most common treatment offered at the inpatient level, you can benefit from having clinical staff who take a variety of approaches to treating you as a person. Evidence-based treatment modalities are prescribed based on your diagnosis and the presentation of your symptoms.

2) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

For example, many clinicians will start with cognitive behavioral therapy which assesses the way your thoughts and feelings intersect with your actions. If you can interrupt this pattern, you may be able to make different and healthier choices moving forward. CBT helps you to better manage stress and alter negative thought patterns.

However, CBT is not the only type of individual therapy you might be exposed to in our inpatient treatment center.

3) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical behavioral therapy is another important treatment that can equip you with the coping skills needed to handle the stressors of everyday life. There is a specific emphasis on mindfulness in this type of treatment, and it is successful in both one-on-one sessions and group therapy sessions.

When you graduate from a DBT program, you will have more coping skills in your toolbox to deal with challenging emotions.

4) Group Therapy for Peer Support at Our Inpatient Mental Health Facilities Las Vegas

Group Therapy for Support

Talk therapy is an important component of a robust treatment plan, but it would be impossible for us to put each patient in one-on-one counseling all day long, every day of their treatment. Instead, you will meet with a counselor and a group of supportive peers for group therapy throughout the day.

This allows you to connect with others and learn from their experiences, triumphs, and struggles. Plus, you can put some of the coping skills you learn about in perspective when you see how other people may implement them differently than you thought to do.

Group therapy might be a great way to supplement your individualized treatment. You can still work on the basic tenets of cognitive behavioral therapy, learn dialectical behavioral therapy skills, and learn tools and solutions to improve mental health and related conditions in psychoeducation groups.

You may even make lifelong friends in your programs, giving you an additional layer of support upon your graduation.

5) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

One of the newer treatments that is proving to be quite effective in those struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR). This allows you to reflect on traumatic experiences and follow the guidance of your therapist who will help you to process what you have been through.

The result is often a decrease in PTSD symptoms and diagnosis. Trauma can be very tricky to treat, but our team is experienced and ready to help you determine if EMDR is the next right move for your mental health. If PTSD is your mental health concern when you enter into inpatient services, rest assured that Icarus in Nevada will be able to provide you with the services you need.

6) Medication Management for Mental Health Disorders

Patients can often benefit from prescription medication to help them manage mental health issues, no matter what struggle they may be facing. As part of our case management, we can provide you with a psychiatrist or medical professional who can oversee prescription medication to help with depression, anxiety, psychosis, and anything in between.

Medication management is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, many potential medications could be used to treat your condition. Inpatient services allow us to monitor your progress as well as any side effects from taking the drug. If a medication does not alleviate your symptoms, we can try something new while giving you the highest quality of care.

We can also help you with medication-assisted treatment to cope with chemical dependency when necessary.

7) Support Groups to Get to Know Others

Support Groups

While group therapy is geared toward teaching you new skills in a clinical setting, your inpatient team, whether for depression or trauma treatment, may also offer you access to support groups. These can give you an outlet for your lived experiences, give you a built-in audience to cheer you on as you conquer your struggles and help you make new friends who truly understand.

You may be familiar with these in addiction treatment programs, notably Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, as well as SMART Recovery. However, you may be able to benefit from groups tailored to mental health disorders as well, such as Codependents Anonymous, Emotions Anonymous, and others.

The result is that you feel less alone in your struggles. This can go a long way toward helping you see the silver lining of what our proven mental health treatment programs promise. Our compassionate care is important, but you also need to see others succeed to recognize the possibilities for yourself.

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Getting Effective Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Las Vegas, NV

Oftentimes, mental health disorders do not exist in a vacuum. Many people will turn to substance use to help them cope with uncomfortable symptoms of mental illness, whether that means mood disorders or anxiety disorders among other concerns. You need comprehensive behavioral health services that treat all aspects of your well-being.

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, one in four adults with a mental health issue also struggle with substance use.

Icarus Behavioral Health Nevada can help you learn to live with your unique mental health conditions while still living a sober lifestyle. Our dual diagnosis treatment center allows us to offer you the specific type of care required for stabilization. If you have co-occurring disorders, you should know where you can get the help you need.

Other inpatient services offered at our facility include:

  • Medical detoxification from substance abuse
  • Medication management and medication-assisted treatment
  • Support group access (Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, SMART Recovery, and others)

Developing Las Vegas Support Systems for Our Mental Health Clients

The recovery community in Las Vegas, NV presents a lot of opportunities for our clients to explore when they are discharged from inpatient care at Icarus. It is one of the most exciting cities in the United States, and you can take advantage of the around-the-clock activities that keep you occupied until the next session with your treatment team.

Support Groups in the Local Area

There are tons of support groups you can attend including those sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Some of their groups may even permit adults to bring a family member who can benefit from some additional support and educational resources on your condition.

They are a great resource for entire families who have a loved one making the transition away from an inpatient program.

AA and NA Meetings for Dual Diagnoses

If you have a dual diagnosis of substance abuse, you might also want to consider the many AA meetings and NA meetings around town. There are also Cocaine Anonymous meetings in Vegas, groups held by Crystal Meth Anonymous, and SMART Recovery has a presence as well. Hundreds of meetings are available at all times of the day to get you into a much-needed supportive community.

There are different types of programs for getting to know other people in the Las Vegas area while committing to sober living. While you may be able to tap into some of these resources in outpatient services, there are tons to choose from to help you conquer addiction.

Access to First Responders in a Crisis Situation

Access to First Responders

If you are struggling with suicidal ideation, know that there is help available in Las Vegas for you. All you have to do is connect with *988 as a helpline and let them know how you are feeling. Along with first responder support, they can help you to get to a safe space and a hospital setting where you can receive the help you need.

Icarus Behavioral Health in Nevada can help you find the joy in living again. We can assess you and determine whether you are a good candidate for our inpatient services and our treatment team. Whether you need short-term care or a long-term commitment to inpatient care, we help adults make the tough choices needed to thrive.

A Full Array of Outpatient Services for Mental Health Conditions

Outpatient Services for Mental Health

If you attend residential facilities for mental health treatment, whether at Icarus Nevada or elsewhere, eventually your program will end and you will be faced with the prospect of returning to your daily life, friends and family, and other responsibilities. One thing you should consider in choosing our Las Vegas, NV treatment center is the ease with which you can segue to a lower level of care such as our partial hospitalization program or intensive outpatient programs.

Both of these services provide more intensive care than you would typically receive as part of normal outpatient services where you may only be seen few a couple of hours each week. Instead, our partial hospitalization programs allow you to spend all day in our facility and return to your bed and loved ones at night.

An intensive outpatient or IOP program also allows you to receive more care than traditional outpatient. It is a more flexible solution than inpatient and more cost-effective. However, it still offers the intensive support needed for you to make a successful transition back to your routine and the structures of your home.

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Get Mental Health Help at Icarus Behavioral Health in Las Vegas

Are you ready to seek treatment for a mental illness in a safe and comfortable environment? The recovery process is unique to each individual, and our facilities at Icarus Behavioral Health Nevada provide a customized treatment program for every one of our clients.

Allow us to offer proven support for healing and begin with a completely confidential assessment today.

Reach out to our friendly admissions staff to discuss how we can support long-term success, whether for yourself of a loved one who is struggling. We can even help you verify insurance before meeting with our clinical staff to ensure that treatment is as accessible as possible for you. Don’t wait another day to seek help for mental health issues!


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