It’s a big step and question of an individual’s life – do I go to a treatment program? While it seems like a scary and insurmountable situation, recognizing that a treatment program could and should be in your future is the biggest first step you can take – and the second, is to act on it. But how do you know if a program is right for you? And what steps do you take? At CASA Recovery we want to help you in this process and help get you back to living a fulfilling and healthy life. Here are some steps to take if you think you might be ready to admit yourself to a mental health treatment program:
Your Day to Day Life has been Interrupted
Has your mental health struggles begun dictating the way you live your life or prevented you from living normally? Has your trauma never been resolved, and keeps coming up in your daily interactions and relationships? If so, you are not in control of your life. Recognizing this lack of control is the first step to getting help and regaining control. Our goal is to help clients overcome mental health challenges that have disrupted everyday self-care, work, school and relationships and lead them to a fulfilling life with better relationships to self and others.
You’ve Interrupted the Lives of those Around You
Has your mental health issues negatively affected those around you- whether that be family, friends, partners, roommates, or others? Have you isolated yourself and stopped seeing those you love because of your anxiety or depression? Have you had thoughts of not wanting to live anymore? If you’ve realized that you are acting in a way that is negatively affecting your well-being or the well-being of those around you, now is the time to seek help. This is especially important to do before you make decisions that you can’t take back.
Lying has Become Common in your Life
Do you lie to everyone around you, so they can’t identify your true feelings? It might have started as little lies here and there, but maybe it’s graduated to larger and more hurtful lies, cloaking your actions in a rouse of “being okay.” The act of lying is a way to build walls around you to keep you in the untrue reality of your mental health struggles. Our clinical team will help you find and live in the truth again.
Take These Steps to Recovery
Step 1: Congratulate yourself on the fact that you recognize the need for help is here.
Step 2: Contact us here at CASA Recovery to get the ball rolling on the process. We’ll go over the finances, set you up with an initial assessment, and help clear all the roadblocks to get you here and get you help.
Our treatment program in Southern California will help you create a life you’re excited about. Take the next step and contact us today here in San Juan Capistrano, at CASA Recovery.