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Schizophrenia Treatment Program

Schizophrenia Treatment ProgramSchizophrenia is a chronic disease. People who suffer from schizophrenia have a brain disorder that impairs and distorts how they think, behave, perceive their surroundings and their relationships with other people.

Schizophrenia is among the most damaging mental illnesses that one can develop. People with this disease have trouble adjusting and functioning in the world. Relationships can be very difficult to maneuver and maintain. Social situations, as well as educational and employment settings, can prove to be very hard to acclimate to if a person suffers from this disorder.

Schizophrenia varies in intensity and severity for individuals who are diagnosed. One person could experience one psychotic episode in total and a different person could have several episodes throughout their lifetime.

“Schizophrenia cannot be understood without understanding despair.” ― R.D. Laing

Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Common symptoms of schizophrenia disorder include:

  • Delusional thoughts
  • Hallucinations
  • Catatonic state
  • Writing a jumble of words or wording that makes no sense
  • Inability to comprehend everyday occurrences
  • Prolonged movements
  • Speaking inaudibly or using made up words as a form of communication
  • Extreme forgetfulness
  • Repeating a specific pattern of movements
  • Difficulty with focus and attention
  • Loss of interest in hobbies
  • Withdrawal from family and friends
  • Poor hygiene habits

You may be wondering what causes schizophrenia? We want you to know that if you or someone you love is suffering from this disorder, it is nobody’s fault.

Schizophrenia is not a reflection of a person’s characteristics or personality traits. This mental illness could affect anybody. It does not discriminate. People from all sorts of backgrounds, upbringings, and cultures are affected by schizophrenia.

Numerous studies have been conducted that prove several factors can contribute to the likelihood of developing schizophrenia. These factors are:

  • Genetics
  • Abnormal brain functions
  • Environmental factors

It is estimated that over 2 million Americans have schizophrenia. If you think you or a loved one is suffering from this disorder, we urge to visit our facility for hope, help, and treatment.

Our highly trained doctors and experienced mental health professionals will help you learn how to cope with this disease and live a happy, useful, and productive life.

There is no cure for schizophrenia, however there is schizophrenia treatment available which alleviates the symptoms and decrease the chances of returning symptoms.

“The schizophrenic mind is not so much split as shattered. I like to say schizophrenia is like a waking nightmare.” - Elyn Saks

Treatment for Schizophrenia

Our staff will formulate a treatment plan that will be tailored to your specific situation. Our goal is your successful outcome. We strive to provide you with the correct tools to help manage schizophrenia and lead a healthy life. Typical methods of treatment that we employ are our facility are as follows:

We also offer many more types of therapies that are useful in treating schizophrenia. Living with untreated schizophrenia can be very dangerous and debilitating at worst, and frustrating at best.

“The problem is that you have a disease, but the disease is abnormal integrity, loyalty to a view of the world that the schizophrenic is willing to stake his life on.” - Carl Whitaker, psychiatrist and therapist

The number one cause of preventable death for people suffering from this disease is suicide. If you or someone you love is displaying the signs of symptoms of schizophrenia, please call us today! We will provide you with an assessment and treatment plan to help you.

The benefits of receiving treatment for schizophrenia are amazing. Many schizophrenics can attest that with the right combination of therapy and medicine they have a wonderful life in spite of the medical challenges they face. Our help and support could be just the things you or your loved one needs to begin the path of recovery. We hope that you have a better understanding of what to look for regarding schizophrenia.

“There’s a tremendous need to implode the myths of mental illness, to put a face on it, to show people that a diagnosis does not have to lead to a painful and oblique life... We who struggle with these disorders can lead full, happy, productive lives if we have the right resources.`` ― Elyn R. Saks

We want you to know above all else, there is hope for those with this disorder to live a fulfilling and peaceful life.

Please do not delay for one moment longer in seeking advice and treatment for schizophrenia; we do not believe that anyone deserves to face this illness alone.

We Can Help

There is support available for all those who suffer from any type of mental illness. His House staff specializes in treating mental health and employing proven tactics to make recovery possible.


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