Utah neurofeedback therapy offers cutting edge treatment for addiction and eating disorders in an invigorating environment away from temptation. This treatment is proven to work for many ailments. Utah Addiction Centers combines the power of a quality environment with working multi-channel care.
Why should I seek treatment?
Addiction is an epidemic. Twenty million Americans suffer from this condition. Abuse of alcohol, heroin, and other dangerous substances is a growing issue.
Eating disorders impact even more people. Thirty million people in the United States suffer from anorexia or bulimia.
These conditions are serious. Drug abuse correlates directly to breathing problems, brain damage, tooth loss, malnutrition, and skin conditions.
Disorders and addiction are extremely detrimental to mental health as well. People suffering from bulimia and anorexia experience heightened levels of depression. Still, only one in five deaths due to an eating disorder is from suicide.
Abuse leads to a vicious and expensive cycle. Addicts make adverse life-altering decisions leading to increased levels of joblessness and homelessness. Usage is typically associated with criminal activity as well.
The health problems and social issues related to abuse and eating disorders make seeking treatment life-saving. Our experts help to get you on the road to recovery.
How can neurofeedback therapy help me?
Cognitive retraining is a thriving practice employed for a variety of incurable issues. Therapists and even social workers use methods related to this philosophy to treat everything from attention deficit disorder to tinnitus, addiction, and eating disorders.
Retraining focuses on negative thoughts and behaviors. Therapists replace negative thinking and reactions to certain stimuli with more beneficial thoughts and activities. This form of training even works for physical ailments such as Tinnitus where patients report a significant improvement in handling the symptoms of their condition.
Experts may deploy neurofeedback therapy. This involves the placement of electrodes on the temple with small electric shocks when exposing patients to stimuli that cause specific thoughts and cravings. A review of studies in 2009 found that this form of treatment significantly aids in impulse control.
Addiction is a condition. While many people suffer from this ailment, it is incurable. Instead, therapists and counselors must focus on thoughts and behaviors. Cognitive retraining and neurofeedback therapy are proven to work.
Our experts respect your condition and provide dignified help to our patients. We tailor everything from our environment to our neurofeedback therapy room for ultimate effect.
We also understand that there are underlying concerns impacting thoughts and behavior. Group and individual therapy sessions are used to find the underlying causes of your condition. Eating disorders and addiction have a genetic component or may relate to underlying mental health issues. Addressing the whole person in rehabilitation is crucial.
To achieve the best results, our experts focus on your entire problem. A multi-channel approach allows us to tune our feedback therapy to your case.
Addiction is a life-threatening and expensive issue. With insurance covering much of the cost of recovery, treatment is within reach for many people. Utah neurofeedback therapy offers proven treatment in a relaxed environment.
Contact us today to find out more.