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Anxiety and Depression Treatment Programs

Depression and anxiety are serious mood disorders that can greatly impact how we feel, behave, and function in our day-to-day activities. Our depression and anxiety treatment centers are designed to help people who experience these mental health disorders to recover and return to building a meaningful, satisfying life.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, clinical depression or major depression is one of the most common mental disorders affecting people in the United States. In 2017 an estimated 11 million adults aged 18 or older reported to have had at least one major depressive episode in the past year in the U.S.—which is about 4.5% of all U.S. adults. However, 35% of those adults have not received any sort of treatment for their depression.

As for anxiety, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America reported that about 40 million adults over the age of 18 suffer from some form of anxiety. Additionally, women are 60% more likely than men to experience an anxiety disorder over their lifetime. Of the 18.1% of those who struggle with anxiety, only 36.9% seek treatment even though many anxiety disorders are highly treatable.

Inpatient Depression Treatment Center in Utah

At the Phoenix Recovery Center, we offer individualized treatment programs for people with mental health disorders, including treatment for both depression and anxiety. At our depression and anxiety treatment centers, we know and understand the science of chemical dependency with its associated neurological changes and its impact upon the pleasure system, emotions, learning, memory, motivation, and most importantly, the ability to exercise choice.

Inpatient depression treatment is recommended for those who have suffered severe consequences in their life from depression, like failing in school, quitting a job, or losing close relationships. Being able to get the care you need at an inpatient care and depression treatment center will help you leave behind the stresses of life and focus on yourself and your recovery. Inpatient anxiety treatment will help you manage your symptoms of stress and depression so you can live the mentally positive life you desire.

We know and understand the biological and psychological science that supports treatments in trauma, emotional disorders, and other mental health concerns, including depression and anxiety.

If you or a loved one is suffering from depression, Get help today by calling (801) 438-3185

Below is information relating to depression and anxiety and our treatment programs.

What is Depression and What Are the Symptoms?

Major depression, also known as clinical depression, is a mental health disorder classified as having prolonged sad moods that lead to disinterest in daily activities as well as physical symptoms.

Symptoms of depression include:

  • Irritability
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Persistent sad, empty and anxious mood
  • The feeling of guilt and helplessness
  • No interest in activities
  • Decreased energy
  • Weight changes
  • Thoughts of suicide or death
  • Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping
  • Aches and pains, headaches, cramps, and digestive problems

The above symptoms of depression can also vary depending on age, gender, culture, and other environmental factors. Some people with depression may experience more symptoms than others. It’s also important to take note that the severity and frequency of the symptoms of depression will vary depending on the person and their illness. Severe depression can even result in a hospital stay when the person is at risk of harming themselves or others. Outpatient and inpatient depression treatment normally both consists of cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, psychodynamic therapy, or a blended approach. If you feel like you’re struggling with depression, contact one of our depression treatment centers to schedule an appointment for mental health evaluation.

What is Anxiety Disorder and What Are the Symptoms?

Though most people experience anxiety as a normal reaction to a stressful situation, having an anxiety disorder is when the feeling of worrying and fear is persistent and interfering with day-to-day activities. Anxiety disorders are divided into three main categories: anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, and trauma and stressor-related disorders. The psychological and physical symptoms of these disorders can worsen over time and never fully go away even after the passing of a stressful situation.

Symptoms of an anxiety disorder include:

  • Easily fatigued
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty falling asleep/staying asleep, sleep paralysis, sleep apnea
  • Muscle tension
  • Increased heartbeat
  • Recurrent excessive distress
  • Excessive worry
  • Headaches, stomach aches
  • Excessive sweating

If the above symptoms disrupt or inhibit your ability to function or complete day-to-day tasks, you could be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Visit us at one of our centers for depression and anxiety to talk about symptoms you are experiencing and to complete a thorough mental health evaluation.

How do I help a loved one who suffers from depression or anxiety?

Seeing your loved one suffer from their depression and anxiety can hurt, and it can be incredibly difficult for them to reach out for help. They don’t want to be a burden or a nuisance to anyone else, especially someone they are close to. The most important thing you can do for your loved one is to be an advocate for them.

Offer to help in any way you can, and let them know you will be there for them for whatever they need. Listen to them when they open up to you, and don’t seek to educate or lecture them when they need someone who will listen. Offer to help them in the process of recovery and offer to do it with them. If they decline inpatient treatment for depression, don’t force it on them; tell them the option will always be available to them when they are ready.

What is Depression and Anxiety Rehab and What Does That Look Like at PRC?

At our centers for depression and anxiety, we offer services and specifically treat those who are struggling with their mental health. Our services include a Residential ProgramPHP Day programIntensive Outpatient Program, and General Outpatient Program. Click on each service to learn more about what they entail and how they can help you on a path towards recovery from your anxiety or depression. We also offer addiction recovery services at our center for individuals who are overcoming challenges with addiction.

The Phoenix Recovery Experience

Phoenix Recovery Experience

Patients and families who engage in The Phoenix for depression and anxiety treatments learn and develop both recovery and disease management skills. Moreover, patients and family members begin to identify, define, and achieve stability in their pursuit of a meaningful life. As a result, self-confidence embodies the emotional and cognitive condition of our patients and family members. Patients and their family members enjoy relationships that begin to be healed. They also celebrate the fact that dreams are being redefined through realistic applied behaviors that are motivated by meaningful pursuits supported by recovery-based support systems.

We are excited to answer any questions you have about our depression and anxiety treatments and to support you in your healing process as you reclaim the life you desire. Call us today at (801) 438-3185


The Phoenix Difference

The Phoenix Difference constitutes a carefully tailored program and recovery experience defined by research. Every effort is directed at supporting outcomes that prepare patients and their families with both the knowledge and applied behaviors to manage mental health disorders and to reclaim a meaningful life.

Furthermore, The Phoenix Recovery Center is driven by the guiding mission statement: “Empowering individuals and families suffering from addiction and mental health disorders, to celebrate life through lasting solutions.” We accomplish the therapeutic and healing experience through a continuum of care that begins with Residential Treatment and traverses across a Day Program, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), to General Outpatient (GOP). Lastly, the continuum of care culminates in a weekly Alumni Support Meeting, which provides a recovery support community to sustain the recovery capital of The Phoenix Alumni.

We are eager to help you work towards the life you want. Contact us today for more information on our treatments for depression and anxiety or if you are looking to schedule an appointment for an evaluation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Residential Treatment the same thing as inpatient treatment?

Residential Treatment for depression or anxiety is also referred to as inpatient depression treatment or inpatient anxiety treatment. Because The Phoenix Recovery Center specializes in the treatment of a variety of conditions with an inpatient option, Residential Treatment is the overarching term used for our clients who stay at our centers.

How do I know if I need inpatient treatment?

Inpatient depression treatment is recommended for those who have suffered serious life consequences as a result of their depression, such as failing out of school, quitting a job, losing close relationships, or trying to harm oneself or others. If you have any questions about which program is right for you, call The Phoenix Recovery Center.

What does inpatient for depression mean?

Inpatient depression treatment involves individualized, 24/7 care. The Phoenix Recovery Center will help you manage your medication, offers CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and group therapy sessions, as well as other appointments with professionals that will help empower you on your healing journey.


Help for Depression Near Me: Treatment Centers

489 West South Jordan Parkway Suite 400
South Jordan, Utah 84095

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If you or a loved one is suffering from anxiety or depression, Call Now for Immediate Help: (801) 438-3185

The Phoenix Recovery Center
489 W. South Jordan Pkwy
Suite 400
South Jordan, UT