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Mental Health Counseling & Therapy Settings

Morgan Mental Health Care

Mental Health Counseling & Therapy Settings

Mental health care can be established, managed and performed by different health care professionals in varying settings. Mental health care professionals that provide services include psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric or mental health nurses, social workers and counselors. The environment, and level or type of care, depends on multiple factors: the nature and severity of the person’s mental condition, their physical health, and the type of treatment prescribed or indicated. Here are a few:

** Offered at Morgan Mental Health

Morgan Mental Health & Wellness » Working with one of our mental health professionals gives a person an opportunity to explore thoughts, feelings and patterns of behavior. Learn new coping skills and techniques to better manage daily stressors and symptoms associated with your mental health concerns.

Most mental disorders and illness can be treated in an effective way, especially with early diagnosis. Mental health plans are tailored to each individual patient to encourage the best possible outcome.

Treatment choices for mental health conditions vary from person to person. Even people with the same diagnosis have different experiences, needs, goals and objectives for treatment. Treatment choices for mental health conditions vary from person to person. Together with a mental health professional well-rounded and integrated mental health plan that may include:

  • Setting(s)
  • Modalities
  • Treatment Approaches
  • Frequency & Duration of Treatment
  • Any Other Strategies

Treatment approaches may include

With effective treatment, people with mental illness can live better, productive lives.

Telehealth**

Telehealth, Teletherapy or telepsychiatry coverage in many health plans means professionals can now provide many treatments virtually.  Most visits in this way require a camera on a smart phone or computer—but not all. This therapy can be delivered by phone. Your therapist or health plan will be able to answer your questions on their use of this technology. A growing number of people are opting for telehealth to meet their mental health care needs.

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Morgan Mental Health is a premier mental health clinic nestled in the beautiful Treasure Valley near Boise, Idaho. In-person & Telehealth available.

Peer Support

Peer supporters are people who use their experience of recovery from mental health disorders to support others in recovery. Combined with skills often learned in formal training, their experience and institutional knowledge put them in a unique position to offer support. 

Morgan Mental Health & Wellness » Group Therapy is where a small group of people meet to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and group therapist. This powerful tool is used for growth and change as individuals gain insight into their thoughts, behaviors, and offer suggestions and support to others.

Support Groups**

Self-help and support groups can help you gain insight into your condition. They can provide friendships, support, resources, and tips on how to live with your condition. They also help address the feelings of isolation that often go along with mental health conditions.

Group therapy is facilitated by a professional therapist, and involves a group of peers working on the same problem, such as anxiety, depression or substance abuse, for example. Group therapy can be a valuable place to practice social dynamics in a safe environment and find inspiration and ideas from peers who are struggling with the same issues.

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Morgan Mental Health & Wellness » Group Therapy is where a small group of people meet to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and group therapist. This powerful tool is used for growth and change as individuals gain insight into their thoughts, behaviors, and offer suggestions and support to others.

12-Step Programs

A 12-step program encourages you to take a look at yourself, basically of who you are and the many things you have done. They also advise on how you can makeup, if you have harmed people in the past due to your habits. The idea of a 12-step program is that there is a purpose for introspection because you will have to identify habits of conflicting emotions and destructive behaviors in your life.

Morgan Mental Health & Wellness » Group Therapy is where a small group of people meet to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and group therapist. This powerful tool is used for growth and change as individuals gain insight into their thoughts, behaviors, and offer suggestions and support to others.

Office Visit or Out-Patient**

Individual, family and group therapy sessions are held our office. Meeting weekly, bi-weekly or monthly with a mental health professional, can provide a person better understanding of relationships, feelings, behaviors and how to manage symptoms and reduce the risk of relapse. 

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Residential or In-Patient Mental Health Treatment

Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential mental health treatment, takes place in a residential facility on a 24/7 basis. This level of care is best suited for those who need constant medical supervision as well as those with relatively severe, long-term symptoms who have not shown significant progress after outpatient mental health intervention.

Hospitalization, in a minority of cases, hospitalization may be necessary so that an individual can be closely monitored, accurately diagnosed or have medications adjusted when his or her mental illness temporarily worsens. If you are contemplating hospitalization as an option for yourself, it can reduce the stress of daily responsibilities for a brief period of time, which allows you to concentrate on recovery from a mental health crisis.

In-patient care is not designed to keep you confined indefinitely; the goal is to maximize independent living by using the appropriate level of care for your specific illness. As your crisis lessens, and you are better able to care for yourself, you can begin planning for your discharge.

There are also times when a person becomes so ill that they are at risk of hurting themselves or others and hospitalization becomes necessary even though the individual does not wish to enter a hospital. While seeking help voluntarily is always preferable, a family member may have to make the decision to hospitalize someone with a mental illness involuntarily.

In-patient care is not designed to keep you confined indefinitely; the goal is to maximize independent living by using the appropriate level of care for your specific illness. As your crisis lessens, and you are better able to care for yourself, you can begin planning for your discharge.

There are also times when a person becomes so ill that they are at risk of hurting themselves or others and hospitalization becomes necessary even though the individual does not wish to enter a hospital. While seeking help voluntarily is always preferable, a family member may have to make the decision to hospitalize someone with a mental illness involuntarily.