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Why All-Day Access Is So Beneficial in Therapy

Why All-Day Access Is So Beneficial in Therapy

Do you struggle to maintain your mental health and feel like no matter what you do, you can’t get out of a fog? If so, you’re not alone. Millions of people across the United States struggle with mental health conditions every day. Thankfully, many mental health treatment options are available to people, including all-day access to mental health care. However, with so many options, determining what options are best for you can prove challenging. Regardless, all-day access can make all the difference in your journey toward improved mental wellness. 

Alter Wellness Mindfuli offers several virtual services that you can access all day, any day. (To learn more and get started, visit our website today.)

Mental Health Conditions You May Be Struggling With

Unfortunately, mental illness has become quite prevalent in today’s day and age. It seems more people are being diagnosed with mental health conditions. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mental health conditions are “among the most common health conditions in the United States.” The CDC claims that over 50% of Americans will be diagnosed at some point in their lives and that 1 in 5 will experience mental illness in a given year. 

Many don’t realize how far and wide the impact of mental illness spans in a person’s daily life. If untreated, a mental health condition can wreak havoc on your personal relationships, professional life, and physical health. That is why recognizing the signs of a mental health condition, determining its causes, and learning to cope with it is vital. 

Speaking of causes, unfortunately, we still do not know exactly what causes certain mental health conditions. However, research indicates a number of factors can lead to the development of them. These factors may include early childhood trauma, biological factors, a family history of mental illness, and substance use. 

Some of the mental health conditions you may be struggling with, without even realizing it, include: 

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Major depression 
  • Bipolar disorder 
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 
  • Schizophrenia

These are just a few of the many mental health conditions experienced by countless Americans today, and treatment is available. 

What Kinds of Treatment Can Improve Your Mental Health?

As mentioned, untreated mental health disorders can wreak havoc on your life. They lead to stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as problems within your personal and familial relationships. These disorders may also cause you to develop additional mental and physical conditions. With that being said, understanding what treatment options or services are at your disposal can help you picture a life of wellness beyond your present struggles. 

Potential mental health services you may want to consider today vary but include: 

  • Individual and group therapy 
  • Family counseling 
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) 
  • Evidence-based modalities 
  • Support group meetings 
  • Inpatient rehabilitation 
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EDMR)
  • Holistic-based treatment 
  • Professional detoxification services 

Whether you struggle with a substance use disorder (SUD), severe mental condition, or both, the services listed above can aid in your path toward wellness.

Why All-Day Access to Mental Health Care Is Beneficial

All-day access to therapy can improve one’s mental health because a crisis can occur at any time. 

A mental health crisis can come on strong and fast, and when it does, people become unable to handle the stress of daily life. There are many ways to stabilize a mental health crisis, but talking to a professional or utilizing a mental health service can help significantly. 

Additionally, all-day access can be beneficial even if you aren’t in a crisis. Sometimes, at the end of an exceptionally tough day, we need someone to lean on. While many have friends and family for this, others do not. Lack of support can easily cause us to feel isolated and alone. With all-day access to mental health services, we don’t have to feel this way. 

Connecting with a support group or reaching out to a professional at the end of these difficult days is a significant benefit. It can mean all the difference between having a setback and maintaining wellness.  

How Alter Wellness Mindfuli Offers All-Day Access to Therapy

A few years ago, many people would never think they could receive professional mental health treatment on their time and from the comfort of their own homes. However, the pandemic prompted millions of individuals to seek treatment online, with many even realizing that virtual care was a better option for them. 

One of the many benefits of virtual and online services is the ability to offer flexible access to those in need. Personalized care, professional services, and emotional support are available at any time through chat, real-time video, virtual support groups, and other options. 

To learn more about Alter Wellness Mindfuli and the virtual services we provide, we encourage you to visit our website and reach out today.  

For years, people avoided seeking proper mental health treatment for many reasons. Many feared stigma or experienced shame surrounding their mental health, but others simply could not find the time or opportunity to go to therapy. While many are weary of virtual mental health treatment, others across the country recognize its many benefits. Virtual therapy and mental health treatment allows you to improve your mind, body, and soul on your schedule and from the comfort of your own home. It also offers all-day access, which can make all the difference between relapsing and maintaining a life of wellness. To learn more about how Alter Wellness Mindfuli can provide you with all-day access, call (866) 973-4415

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