According to Anxiety UK, more than one in 10 people are likely to have a “disabling anxiety disorder” at some stage throughout their lifetime. While it’s safe to assume everyone experiences some form of anxiety in their life, we all experience it differently, and in some instances, it’s something that never goes away and must be treated professionally.
Often, anxiety can stem from a deep-seated past trauma that we fail to acknowledge and confront. Perhaps it’s too difficult to deal with it alone, or perhaps we’re unaware of this affect. In either case, one-on-one therapy and even other treatments like Equine Assisted Psychotherapy can be effective ways of safely uncovering trauma and overcoming anxiety.
Can I go to rehab for anxiety?
Many rehab centers treat mental health disorders like anxiety, and some even specialize in them. As a common mental health issue, anxiety may be treated on its own or as a co-occurring disorder alongside addiction. Learn more in our blog post on treatment options for anxiety.
What therapies are used to treat anxiety?
The most common therapy used to treat anxiety is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Some other therapies include exposure therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Many rehabs offer these therapies and more to help treat anxiety.
How can I find treatment if I have both anxiety and a substance use disorder?
Mental health disorders, like anxiety, that coincide with substance use disorder are called co-occurring disorders, and many rehabs treat this. Co-occurring disorders are usually more complex than a stand-alone mental health issue, so check with the rehab you’re inquiring with to make sure they’re able to meet your specific needs for treatment.
How can I pay for anxiety treatment?
Many rehabs offer the option for insurance to help cover program costs. You can look at the center’s website to see which insurance providers are accepted, or contact their admissions team for more details. You can also browse rehabs that accept insurance and treat anxiety using LuxuryRehabs.com’s search feature. Most rehabs also offer payment plans and financing options, and some have scholarship funds available.
What does a typical day look like at rehab for anxiety?
A day at rehab for anxiety usually consists of a combination of therapy sessions, complementary activities, and leisure time. Schedules differ from center to center, but your day might look something like this:
- Wake up early and enjoy a healthy breakfast with fellow clients and/or staff.
- Get moving with a yoga or fitness class.
- Join a group therapy session.
- Have lunch, followed by downtime.
- Attend individual sessions with a psychologist and other therapists.
- Go to an educational or support group.
- Eat dinner and wind down early with a relaxing activity like music or art, a lighter support group, or individual free time.
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The most common treatment approaches at a Anxiety luxury rehab are Evidence-Based, Holistic, and Twelve Step. You might find yourself taking part in 1-on-1 Counseling, Group Therapy, Family Counseling, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) , and Yoga.
The most typical setting for centers in Anxiety is Countryside or City setting, there are also Coastal, and Mountain available but are the least common. Anxiety treatment centers are most often equipped with the following amenities: Access to Nature, Outdoor Lounge, Walking Trails, and Fitness Center.