Everlast Recovery provides treatment for mental health disorders, with specialized care for mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, as well as co-occurring issues. We offer clinical expertise, and personalized, care that can guide you to your loved one through treatment in a way that results in sustainable change. Our program includes psychotherapy, medication management, and holistic therapies to support you or your loved one on the path toward healing in a comfortable environment.
Mental Health Treatment in California
We specialize in treating complex mental health illnesses and co-occurring disorders. Our areas of expertise include:
Depression causes people to feel worthless, hopeless, and filled with emotional pain. Depression can make a person unable to function in many aspects of their life. A very common condition, depression can cause symptoms such as:
There are several types of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. People with these disorders have severe worry, distress, and sometimes physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat and dizziness.
Anxiety disorders can make it difficult to function, and some people turn to substances to self-medicate. When treated by a clinician, anxiety disorders may respond well to both medication and therapy.
A strong association exists between a history of trauma and substance abuse. People with PTSD struggle with the aftermath of a traumatic experience and may abuse substances to cope with nightmares, flashbacks, and panic attacks. These experiences disrupt their lives and can cause them pain and anguish.
People may turn to substance abuse when their PTSD becomes too much to cope with, and they need relief from the painful symptoms. In treatment, people with PTSD respond to medication, but they also require intensive therapy to address their trauma. Although some people believe PTSD results from combat experience or a natural disaster, physical or sexual abuse, rape, or other forms of violence can also lead to PTSD
Bipolar Disorder Treatment
People with bipolar disorder experience episodes of depression and episodes of mania (Bipolar I) or hypomania (Bipolar II). Depressive episodes exhibit similar symptoms of major depressive disorder. During a manic episode, individuals may engage in risky behaviors and have an abnormal amount of energy. They may also experience irritability, impatience and may overreact to minor issues.
While people with Bipolar I have manic episodes that can lead to psychotic behavior and hospitalization, people with Bipolar II have episodes of hypomania, which is less intense, although symptoms can be similar. In both types of the disorder, treatment will include a combination of medications and therapy.
Personality Disorders Treatment
Personality disorders can significantly impact a person’s life, but they may not know they struggle with a mental health disorder. Some individuals who struggle with personality disorders may have a history of emotional instability, constant relationship conflict, and self-harming behaviors.
People with personality disorders may turn to substance abuse to self-medicate, sometimes for the disorder itself and sometimes for the problems the disorder has caused. Personality disorders can be challenging to diagnose and treat, but research shows that therapy helps reduce the symptoms of the disorder, making recovery achievable.
Mental Health Treatment
Intensive therapy is the foundation of our treatment model. Clients participate in individual psychotherapy sessions, as well as daily group therapy tailored to their needs. Our therapeutic modalities include Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Relational Therapy, Somatic Experiencing (SE), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
We complement these evidence-based therapies with holistic and creative therapies such as yoga and art therapy to help restore the body and mind. Our residential treatment program allows our patients to focus fully on treatment away from the distractions and triggers of their daily lives.
Our Therapeutic Programs