Treatment Options for Psychiatric Care
Every day, millions of people suffer from diagnosable mental illnesses, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, panic or trauma. If left untreated, these illnesses interfere with relationships, employment, education and everyday life. Fortunately, treatment is available.
Lakeside Behavioral Health System has been providing behavioral health care to the greater Memphis, Tennessee region since 1969. Our programs allow each individual to gain the education and skills needed to manage their symptoms, problem solve, recognize life stressors and cope effectively with their illness. Patients also benefit from medication management, grow from group therapy, and learn to verbalize their feelings. Through treatment, children, teens and adults learn to manage their mental health long-term, finding health and healing along the way.
Lakeside Levels of Care
Our programs, from inpatient and partial hospitalization (with or without boarding) to intensive outpatient and residential treatment, are designed to meet specific clinical needs of our patients. Our team of trained professionals provides confidential assessments 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to determine the appropriate level of care for each individual’s unique situation.
Mental Health Treatment
Each patient’s clinical assessment becomes the foundation of the personalized treatment plan developed specifically for them. A therapist works directly with the patient to develop goals that address current issues, and the treatment plan is reevaluated periodically to measure progress and improvements. Family members are encouraged to become active participants in their loved one’s treatment to explore feelings and thoughts that have affected the entire family, ask questions and learn from others in similar situations.
Specialized Treatment Tracks
Though each treatment plan is individualized based on the needs and symptoms of the patients, Lakeside has designed several specialized treatment tracks for specific symptoms and disorders to target problem behaviors and quickly get patients on the road to recovery.