Finding hope: Addressing the pain of Anxiety in your life
At the Petoskey Center, we are proud to serve the Greater Houston area — Sugarland, Katy, The Woodlands, Conroe, League City, Pearland, Bellaire, and Richmond --- as well as areas throughout the state of Texas. If you are struggling with anxiety, our team of highly qualified therapists is here to help you understand how you feel and help you work through the issues that may be fueling your anxiety. Our goal is to assist you in your efforts to find a healthy path to recovery. Reach out today for an appointment.
Seeking treatment for Anxiety?
Although individual therapy can be very useful when you are suffering from anxiety, sometimes individual therapy doesn’t feel like enough. One or two hours of therapy per week just doesn’t provide the structure and support that you may want. On the other hand, you may not be ready or need to be hospitalized.
This is where the Petoskey Center IOP comes in. Our program is a comprehensive middle ground that allows you to participate in more intensive treatment without taking you completely out of your daily life. Our program runs 3 days a week for approximately 3 hours each day. It helps patients focus on learning skills, understanding what fuels their anxiety, and practicing these new skills with their peers in a safe environment
Anxiety disorders can often come in tandem with other psychological conditions. At The Petoskey Center, our programs also provide treatment for:
Anxiety Therapists Can Help You Get Your Life on Track
Many people report having experienced an anxiety attack at some point in their lives, but for some people with anxiety disorders, anxiety attacks can be as routine as their morning cup of coffee. If this sounds familiar to you, you’re not alone, and you have options. At The Petoskey Center, our IOP addresses anxiety and can help you raise your self-awareness, identify your triggers, and learn self-soothing techniques to reduce and/or manage your anxiety symptoms. Our team of therapists has clinical training and years of expertise to help you navigate your path to recovery from a debilitating anxiety disorder.
Do you struggle with Social Anxiety?
While some anxiety disorders manifest as an overarching worry throughout all everyday tasks, some individuals experience their anxiety most acutely during social interactions. Social anxiety disorder is one of the most common psychiatric disorders and can be episodic or chronic.
Some people may have social anxiety and not even realize it. For decades, society has dismissed social anxiety disorder as shyness or an introverted personality type. Social anxiety is not limited to fear of hanging out with your friends; it can impact all facets of your social experience. Social anxiety can impact your ability to attend work or school and build meaningful relationships. Roughly 7% of Americans reported experiencing social anxiety at some point in the past year, and about 12% report experiencing social anxiety in their lifetime. Social anxiety therapy can help give you the coping skills to successfully navigate everyday interactions.
Our IOP is primarily group based and includes individual or family meetings on a weekly basis. All enrolled patients must commit to a 6-week program. Our program runs in 6 week cycles. Every 6 weeks, patients and their team collaborate to determine whether they are ready to discharge or if continuing for an additional 6 weeks will better meet their treatment goals.
We encourage patients to discuss their discharge decisions with their individual therapist, psychiatrist, Petoskey Center peer group, and family to determine what is the best option for their recovery. Oftentimes, multiple 6-week cycles in the intensive outpatient program for anxiety are recommended to recover from significant anxiety conditions.
If you are in need of intensive outpatient care (IOP) and you live in the greater Houston area — Sugarland, Katy, The Woodlands, Conroe, League City, Pearland, Bellaire --- or anywhere in the state of Texas, contact our office today to schedule your initial intake assessment!
Our patients are highly capable individuals who are having difficulty effectively making their way in the world at this stage in their lives.