At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health in Columbus, Ohio, our adult inpatient program offers treatment for a variety of mental health disorders, including PTSD. Our commitment to personalized care means that when you receive treatment with us, you will have an experience that is tailored to your individual needs.
About Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
What Is Posttraumatic Stress Disorder?
Posttraumatic stress disorder, which is commonly referred to as PTSD, is a mental health condition that occurs after a person has experienced one or more traumatic events.
Examples of traumatic events that can precede the onset of PTSD include physical abuse, sexual assault, acts of terrorism, combat, automobile accidents, and natural disasters. People can develop PTSD after being directly involved in a traumatic experience or after witnessing such an occurrence. PTSD can also develop after a person learns the details of a loved one’s traumatic experience.
When a person experiences, witnesses, or learns about the types of trauma described in the previous paragraph, it is common to react with shock, fear, sadness, and similar feelings. Temporary responses such as these are normal, valid, and even healthy responses to trauma. If these types of reactions persist and become severe enough to impact your ability to function, you may be dealing with PTSD.
If you think that you or someone you care about is struggling with PTSD, please know that this condition responds to treatment. When you receive the right type and level of care, you can overcome the effects of posttraumatic stress disorder and regain control of your life. Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, an inpatient PTSD treatment center in Columbus, Ohio, can provide you with the care you need to live the healthier life you deserve.
What Are the Clinical Criteria for a Diagnosis of PTSD?
Many people experience challenges that appear to be similar to the signs of PTSD. But the only way to determine with certainty whether you are struggling with PTSD is to complete a thorough assessment and receive a diagnosis from a qualified mental health expert.
At reputable behavioral health hospitals such as Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, mental health diagnoses are based on criteria listed in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). This reference book is published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). In addition to listing the signs, symptoms, and effects of posttraumatic stress disorder, the DSM-5 also describes the frequency of symptoms, level of distress, and other criteria that must be met for a diagnosis of PTSD.
The following are examples of PTSD symptoms in the DSM-5:
- Recurrent, involuntary, and distressing memories
- Recurrent distressing dreams
- Dissociative reactions (also known as flashbacks)
- Intense or prolonged psychological distress at exposure to cues that symbolize or resemble the traumatic occurrence
- Marked physiological reactions to cues that symbolize or resemble the traumatic occurrence
In addition to experiencing symptoms such as the ones listed above, adults who have PTSD will also engage in persistent avoidance of reminders of the traumatic event. This can include trying to avoid distressing memories or thoughts, as well as changing your behaviors to avoid people, places, conversations, and other reminders of the traumatic event.
Also, for adults to be diagnosed with PTSD, they must experience certain negative alterations in cognition or mood.
This information is not included here to dissuade you from seeking treatment for PTSD. Rather, it emphasizes the importance of consulting with a reputable behavioral health hospital or other qualified source.
The effects of trauma can be devastating, even if a person’s symptoms do not meet the clinical criteria for a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. Signs and symptoms that reach the level of a PTSD diagnosis can still be treated. If you are struggling in the aftermath of trauma, contact Mount Carmel Behavioral Health. We can arrange for a comprehensive assessment, which is the first step on the path toward true and lasting healing.
Why Do People Suffer from PTSD?
The one common element among all cases of posttraumatic stress disorder is the presence of a traumatic event. But the cause of PTSD is much more complex than this. Some people develop PTSD after one traumatic experience, while others endure multiple exposures to trauma prior to developing signs of PTSD. Most people who experience trauma will never develop PTSD.
Experts have not identified one single cause for PTSD. As is the case with most mental health challenges, a person’s risk for PTSD can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as the following:
- Being female (PTSD is more common among women than among men)
- Family history of mental illness
- Previous struggles with other mental health disorders
- Being abused or neglected during childhood
- Living in extreme poverty as a child
- Enduring ongoing trauma or multiple forms of trauma
- Being a police officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, military member, or member of another profession that is associated with increased exposure to trauma
- Having insufficient social support
- Lacking effective coping skills
The following statistics about trauma and PTSD were reported by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Center for PTSD (which is part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs):
- In a typical year, about 8 million adults in the United States will develop posttraumatic stress disorder.
- The lifetime rate of PTSD among all adults in the U.S. is between 6% and 8%.
- The lifetime rate of PTSD among adult women in the U.S. is about 10%.
- The lifetime rate of PTSD among adult men in the U.S. is about 4%.
- Depending upon when and where they served, the rate of PTSD among U.S. combat veterans ranges from 11% to 30%.
Who Is Impacted by PTSD?
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health provides inpatient treatment for adults who have been experiencing symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. But we understand that the effects of PTSD are not limited to the individuals who develop the disorder.
When a person demonstrates signs of PTSD, the impact may be felt by their friends, family members, professional colleagues, and others who care about or depend upon them. The impact of PTSD can undermine relationships, disrupt businesses, and negatively affect group dynamics. Also, knowing that a loved one is dealing with PTSD can be a source of considerable emotional distress.
At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, we recognize the impact that PTSD can have on your friends and family members. We also appreciate the important role that your loved ones can play during and after your time in inpatient treatment for PTSD. For these reasons, we offer a variety of support services for the loved ones of individuals who are healing from PTSD at our behavioral health hospital.
Signs, Symptoms, & Effects of PTSD
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Signs & Symptoms
The signs and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder can vary from person to person. A broad range of factors can influence the nature and severity of a person’s PTSD signs and symptoms. In general, though, the following are among the more common signs and symptoms of PTSD:
- Withdrawing from family and friends
- Engaging in reckless, aggressive, or otherwise self-defeating behaviors
- Fighting, destroying property, and other violent actions
- Uncharacteristic outbursts of anger
- Being easily scared or startled
- Changing how you act to avoid people or things that remind you of the trauma
- Ending your participation in activities that were once important to you
- Substance abuse
- Diminished energy levels
- Persistent fatigue
- Exaggerated startle response
- Guilt and shame
- Persistent sense of danger or dread
- Derealization (feeling that the world around you is not real)
- Depersonalization (feeling that you are detached from your body)
- Problems with focus or concentration
- Intrusive memories of the traumatic event
- Vivid, distressing nightmares
Short-Term Effects of PTSD
Untreated posttraumatic stress disorder can expose you to a variety of short- and long-term effects. The short-term effects of PTSD that are listed below include experiences and outcomes that commonly occur after a person first develops this disorder:
- Family discord
- Strained relationships with friends and colleagues
- Substandard performance at work or in school
- Physical injuries and legal problems due to reckless, dangerous, or violent behaviors
- Substance abuse
- Onset of other forms of mental illness
- Diminished self-esteem
- Social withdrawal
- Suicidal thoughts
It is vital to understand that the progression of PTSD symptoms and effects can vary considerably from person to person. Also, describing the outcomes listed above as short-term effects is not meant to imply that these are temporary, fleeting, or not worthy of professional treatment.
Both the short-term effects of PTSD and the long-term effects listed in the next section can cause tremendous distress. Anyone who is experiencing any effects of posttraumatic stress disorder should seek treatment at a behavioral health hospital or other source of effective care.
Long-Term Effects of PTSD
Continuing to struggle with untreated PTSD can put you at risk for increasingly more distressing outcomes. The following are among the many possible long-term effects of PTSD:
- Ruined relationships
- Job loss and chronic unemployment
- Financial distress
- Worsening of other mental health symptoms
- Medical problems due to reckless actions and insufficient self-care
- Pervasive sense of hopelessness and helplessness
- Suicidal thoughts and actions
As with the short-term effects that are listed in the previous section, the onset, nature, and severity of long-term PTSD effects can vary from person to person. All signs, symptoms, and effects of PTSD can be extremely detrimental to your continued well-being. If you or a loved one has been experiencing any short- or long-term effects of PTSD, contact Mount Carmel Behavioral Health.
Many people who develop PTSD also struggle with other mental health disorders. In clinical terms, experiencing more than one mental health disorder at the same time is referred to as having co-occurring disorders.
Having posttraumatic stress disorder does not mean that you will definitely experience another mental health challenge, but developing PTSD may mean that you have an increased risk for co-occurring disorders such as the following:
- Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)
- Anxiety disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Substance use disorders (this is the clinical term for addiction)
Please note that an increased risk for co-occurring disorders such as the ones listed above does not mean that PTSD causes these disorders. Mental health experts have noted higher levels of these disorders among people who have PTSD, but they have not established a definitive cause-effect relationship.
In some cases, people experience one of the co-occurring disorders listed above first, then develop PTSD. In other cases, the signs and symptoms of PTSD bring about the onset of a co-occurring disorder.
What’s most important is recognizing that you may be dealing with multiple mental health challenges and selecting a behavioral health hospital like Mount Carmel Behavioral Health. While you’re in our care, you will receive effective comprehensive treatment for PTSD and any co-occurring disorders that you’re experiencing.
Treatment for PTSD
The Importance of Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
If you’ve been struggling with the signs and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, it is vital to seek professional care. When you don’t receive effective treatment for PTSD, this disorder can continue to have a negative impact on virtually all areas of your life.
The symptoms of untreated PTSD can cause problems within the context of your personal and professional relationships. This, in turn, can lead to social withdrawal or isolation, job loss, unemployment, and financial struggles. Relationship damage due to untreated PTSD can also deprive you of valuable sources of support at a time when such assistance may be most needed.
Mood swings, aggressiveness, anger-control problems, and similar PTSD symptoms can put you in danger of physical harm. Turning to substance abuse in a misguided attempt to self-medicate the symptoms of PTSD can also expose you to considerable damage. These experiences can also increase the likelihood that you may be arrested, incarcerated, or otherwise become involved with the legal system.
The cumulative impact of untreated PTSD can affect your physical, mental, emotional, and socioeconomic well-being. But when you seek treatment for PTSD at a behavioral health hospital such as Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, you can reduce your risk for these negative outcomes. While you’re receiving care for PTSD at our treatment center in Columbus, Ohio, you can begin to repair any damage that PTSD has already caused in your life.
When you get the PTSD treatment that you need, you can achieve true and lasting healing.
Inpatient Treatment for PTSD
Whether you’re searching for PTSD treatment for yourself or someone you care about, it’s important to locate the treatment center that can provide the type and level of care that is best suited to you or your loved one.
Individuals who heal from PTSD at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health benefit from a comprehensive inpatient experience. Our inpatient PTSD treatment program is a relatively short-term service, with a typical length of stay of five to seven days. The goal of inpatient care for PTSD at our behavioral health hospital is to help you achieve the level of stabilization that will allow you to return home or step down to a less intensive level of care.
Your time in our inpatient PTSD treatment program will include round-the-clock care and multiple forms of therapy. You’ll work in close collaboration with a team of professionals. These caregivers will be focused on identifying and addressing your unique needs. The specific elements of your personalized inpatient care at our PTSD treatment center will be determined solely by what is best for you.
How to Get Help for PTSD
Posttraumatic stress disorder is a treatable condition. When you receive effective professional care at a PTSD treatment center or a behavioral health hospital, you can achieve improved mental health. Unfortunately, many people fail to seek and receive the PTSD treatment they need.
If you think that you or someone you care about can benefit from professional treatment for PTSD, please consider the following:
- Health and safety should be your main priorities. Self-harm and suicidal thoughts are unfortunate potential effects of PTSD. If you are thinking of harming yourself, or if you fear that your loved one is in immediate danger, get help. Dial 911, contact a local mental health support agency, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
- Educate yourself about this disorder. The more you know about the signs, symptoms, and effects of PTSD, the better prepared you will be to take meaningful action.
- Research PTSD treatment. Learn about the many types and levels of care that have helped others overcome PTSD. There is no single perfect type of PTSD treatment. It is important to understand your options so that you can find the PTSD treatment center that’s best for you or your loved one.
- Don’t isolate yourself. If you have been experiencing the signs and symptoms of PTSD, reach out to close friends or trusted family members. Talking about your struggles might not be easy, but isolation can prolong your struggles with both the short- and long-term effects of PTSD.
- Avoiding isolation is also important if you’re trying to assist a loved one who needs treatment for PTSD. If at all possible, get a small group of trusted individuals to help you. You can share research and help care for your loved one. You can also be sources of support for one another.
- Contact the behavioral health hospitals that seem to be good fits for you or your loved one. The staff at reputable PTSD treatment centers such as Mount Carmel Behavioral Health will be happy to answer any questions that you have about getting help for yourself or a loved one. If your loved one is resistant to the idea of getting treatment for PTSD, we can provide advice about how you can help.
Throughout the process, remember that posttraumatic stress disorder is a complex challenge. Treatment for PTSD is an essential step, but recovery takes time. Set reasonable goals, manage your expectations, and prepare to take things one step at a time.
What to Expect During PTSD Treatment
Fear of the unknown can cause people to delay getting treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder. The best way to overcome this obstacle is to learn what you can expect during your time in treatment for PTSD.
At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health in Columbus, Ohio, individuals who participate in PTSD treatment receive personalized care. This means that each person has a customized experience in our behavioral health hospital. However, certain elements and features are common among all who heal with us:
- Admissions – Once you’ve decided to get treatment for PTSD, the last thing you want to do is become bogged down with paperwork. At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, that won’t happen. Our admissions process is a streamlined experience that’s designed to get you into treatment as efficiently as possible. You can start the admissions process with a phone call.
- Comprehensive assessment – In order to provide you with the most effective treatment for PTSD, it’s vital that your treatment team understands the full scope of your needs. Prior to receiving care, you’ll complete a thorough assessment. Information collected during this assessment will include the nature and severity of your PTSD signs and symptoms, the presence of any co-occurring disorders, your treatment history, and related matters that are important to your care. The assessment will guide the development of your personalized PTSD treatment plan. This will ensure that you receive the comprehensive, focused care that you deserve.
- Inpatient treatment – Our commitment to personalized care means that your time in our inpatient PTSD treatment center will be unique to you. In general, though, you can expect to participate in a variety of therapeutic approaches, heal within a safe and supportive treatment environment, work in close collaboration with compassionate professionals, and benefit from our unwavering commitment to dignity and respect.
- Discharge planning – As you prepare to leave Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, you’ll receive a detailed discharge plan that will guide your continued healing from PTSD. Your discharge plan will document the progress you made at our behavioral health hospital, note areas that may need continued focus, and identify the services and resources that can support you in the weeks and months ahead.
For a more detailed understanding about what you can expect during inpatient treatment for PTSD at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, please don’t hesitate to contact us at your convenience.
Types of Therapy in PTSD Treatment
We believe that comprehensive, customized PTSD treatment will prepare you or your loved one to achieve true and lasting healing. Depending upon several individual factors, your personalized PTSD treatment plan may include the following elements:
- Medical care – Our staff includes certified nurse practitioners who can provide general medical services below the crisis level. If your struggles with posttraumatic stress disorder are accompanied by certain medical issues, we may be able to provide the care that you need. Please contact us directly for detailed information about our ability to meet your medical needs within our PTSD treatment program.
- Medication management – Certain prescription medications can alleviate or help you manage symptoms of PTSD. If our psychiatrist determines that you can benefit from prescription medication, you can receive medication management services during your time in our PTSD treatment center. Patients who receive medication management services have daily meetings with a psychiatrist and receive additional support from advanced practice nurses.
- Individual therapy – One-on-one sessions with an experienced therapist can be optimal opportunities for you to process treatment-related successes and setbacks, address issues you may be hesitant to bring up in a group setting, and receive focused feedback from a member of your treatment team. Individual therapy sessions can be scheduled as needed throughout your time in our inpatient PTSD treatment program.
- Group therapy – Groups are valuable components of PTSD treatment at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health. We offer both process groups and educational groups. Examples of group topics include life skills, coping skills, communication, medications and diagnoses, emotional regulation, and handling traumatic life events. Groups are a safe and supportive forum in which you can share your thoughts, learn from the experiences of others, and practice healthy communication skills, all under the guidance of an experienced professional.
- Family therapy – Family members and close friends can be sources of vital support during and after your time in treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder. Family therapy sessions can help you and your loved ones process the impact of PTSD, learn about treatment, and develop stronger bonds with one another. Family therapy sessions for you and your loved ones can be scheduled on an as-needed basis while you’re healing from PTSD at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health.
- Experiential therapy – Experiential therapy is a category that includes a number of dynamic therapeutic activities. Experiential therapy incorporates multiple techniques through which you can interact with your environment, collaborate with others, and engage with your thoughts or feelings. As a complement to more traditional forms of talk therapy, experiential therapy can provide you with a new perspective from which to view the world, as well as new ways to process your experiences and express yourself.
We also offer detailed discharge planning services for each person who completes our inpatient PTSD treatment program. Discharge planning and continuing care for posttraumatic stress disorder are addressed in greater detail in the “What Happens After PTSD Treatment” section below.
The Cost of Treatment for PTSD
The cost of your personalized treatment for PTSD at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health will depend upon the services that your treatment team provides in order to best meet your unique needs. The nature and severity of your PTSD symptoms, the presence of any co-occurring disorders, and the length of time that you need to remain at our behavioral health hospital are among the many factors that will determine what your PTSD treatment will cost.
Although we cannot provide detailed information for your personalized care on this page, we are committed to full transparency regarding the cost of PTSD treatment. Prior to starting care at our PTSD treatment center in Columbus, Ohio, you will receive complete and accurate financial information. A member of our team will review your personalized treatment plan with you, discuss the scope and duration of all services, and answer any questions you have that are related to the cost of treatment for PTSD.
Another of the many advantages of choosing Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is that we can work directly with your insurance provider to confirm your coverage and verify your benefits. Whether you are paying for PTSD treatment with insurance or personal funds, you will have the information and support you need so that you can focus on your health.
What Happens After PTSD Treatment
What Happens After I Complete Treatment for PTSD?
At Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, our PTSD treatment program accepts adults who need comprehensive inpatient care to help them achieve stabilization. The typical length of stay at our behavioral health hospital in Columbus, Ohio, is five to seven days. We realize that your recovery journey will continue after you’ve completed inpatient treatment for PTSD. Your time with us is designed to prepare you for ongoing success in the weeks and months to come.
As you approach the end of your stay with us, you will receive a detailed discharge plan to guide the next phases of your recovery. As with all aspects of treatment at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, this discharge plan will be personalized according to your unique strengths, needs, and goals. After you complete treatment for PTSD, the resources that are identified in your discharge plan will help you maintain and build upon the progress you made at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health.
Learn About Continuing Care for PTSD
Continuing care for posttraumatic stress disorder can take many forms. For some people, continuing care for PTSD involves structured step-down services at multiple levels of care. For others, a less intensive approach is the best path forward. The day you arrive at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, we’ll begin working to identify the continuing care services that will best help you. This personalized focus continues through the discharge planning process.
Your PTSD symptoms, any short- or long-term effects of PTSD that you’ve experienced, the presence of co-occurring disorders, your progress in our care, and many other personal matters will inform our development of your discharge plan. Depending upon those factors, your plan may include referrals to one or more of the following:
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP) – At the PHP level, care for PTSD typically consists of five full treatment days each week. In the evenings and on weekends, you may return to your home or to a supported living environment.
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP) – PTSD treatment at the IOP level usually involves two or three hours of therapy, two to four days per week. Group therapy is often the main form of PTSD care at both the IOP and PHP levels. IOP provides a structured connection to care while encouraging a healthy transition back to an independent lifestyle.
- Traditional outpatient services – The general category of traditional outpatient services for posttraumatic stress disorder includes individual, group, and family counseling sessions that are scheduled at the frequency that best fits your needs and preferences. Participating in continued therapy on a weekly, monthly, or other basis can support your continued successful recovery from PTSD.
- Support groups – Both you and your loved ones may benefit from participating in support groups within your community. Your treatment team can help you identify support groups in the Columbus, Ohio, area. We can also help you find PTSD support groups online, in other communities throughout Ohio, or elsewhere in the United States.
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health provides PTSD treatment only at the inpatient level. However, we can refer you to reputable treatment providers that offer the continuing care services and support that you need.
How to Maintain Your Mental Health After Completing Treatment for PTSD
Self-care is an important part of maintaining your mental health after you’ve completed treatment for PTSD. During your time in treatment, you’ll learn about the value and necessity of self-care, and will develop habits to support your continued recovery.
As with all parts of treatment for PTSD, what’s most important for maintaining your mental health is finding the skills, techniques, and strategies that work best for you. In general, your efforts in the following three areas can yield positive results following your time in treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder:
- Physical health – Appreciating the mind-body connection can be an important part of maintaining your mental health. Following a healthy diet plan, engaging in appropriate types of exercise, and getting enough sleep have both physical and mental benefits. Conversely, if you notice that you’ve begun to neglect your physical health, this can be a warning sign.
- Personal support – Posttraumatic stress disorder and other mental health challenges can be isolating experiences. Whether due to shame, guilt, or other PTSD symptoms, you may distance yourself from friends and family members. As you work to maintain your mental health after PTSD treatment, don’t lose sight of the value of both formal and informal personal support networks. Attending support groups and keeping the lines of communication open with loved ones can help you experience joy, camaraderie, peace of mind, and a sense of purpose. They can also help you identify and address temporary setbacks before they turn into significant problems.
- Professional help – Learning to define success in a healthy and productive manner is one of the many important lessons you can learn during PTSD treatment. For example, many people who are dealing with untreated signs of PTSD mistakenly believe that getting professional help is a sign of weakness or failure. In treatment, you’ll learn that getting help demonstrates strength, courage, and hope. After you’ve completed treatment for PTSD, you may experience setbacks that threaten your continued progress. Getting professional care in a time of crisis can keep you on the path toward improved mental health.
About Our PTSD Treatment Center
Who Do We Treat?
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health in Columbus, Ohio, provides comprehensive inpatient PTSD treatment for adults age 18 and above.
Our inpatient programming is designed for adults whose struggles with posttraumatic stress disorder have had a significant impact on their ability to function in a healthy and productive manner. Inpatient care for PTSD at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is a short-term experience, with the goal of helping you achieve the level of stability that will enable you to return home or transition to a step-down level of care.
All admissions decisions for our inpatient PTSD treatment program are made on a case-by-case basis following a thorough review of each potential patient’s needs and treatment history. If at any point prior to admission we determine that Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is not the best place for you, we’ll work with you and your family to make the most appropriate referral.
Where Are We Located?
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is an 80-bed inpatient PTSD treatment center in Columbus, Ohio. We’re located on Hilton Corporate Drive on the east side of Columbus, not far from where Interstate 70 connects with Interstate 270.
Our convenient location in central Ohio means we’re easily accessible from Pickerington, Dublin, Grove City, Westerville, and a host of additional communities in and around the Columbus-Marion-Zanesville metropolitan area.
Our behavioral health hospital is a safe and supportive environment for patients who are receiving care for posttraumatic stress disorder. It is also a welcoming place for friends, family members, and other visitors. Features include comfortable patient rooms, superior clinical areas, and inviting spaces in which to relax and reflect.
Our Affiliations & Accreditations
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is committed to playing a leading role in the effort to establish and maintain the highest standards in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder and other mental health disorders.
We’re proud to be accredited by or affiliated with other agencies and organizations that are also working to ensure that individuals and families in need have access to accurate information and quality care:
- The Joint Commission – The Joint Commission is a not-for-profit organization that provides independent accreditation and certification services for healthcare providers throughout the United States. As stated on The Joint Commission’s website, the organization’s mission is to “continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value.”
- Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) – This agency oversees statewide efforts to prevent and treat mental illness and chemical dependency, and to support those who are in recovery. OhioMHAS is also responsible for certifying, licensing, and regulating mental health service providers throughout the state of Ohio.
- Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) – Founded as the Ohio State Medical Society in 1846, OSMA promotes physician leadership and education, advocates for medical liability reform and other political issues, and provides guidance to professionals and organizations throughout the state.
The Importance of Selecting a LocalPTSDTreatment Center Near Columbus
One of the many benefits of inpatient treatment for PTSD is that this level of care allows you to step away from the stresses, pressures, and distractions of daily life. While you’re in an inpatient program, you’ll have the time and support to focus on managing your symptoms and healing from the short- and long-term effects of PTSD.
Of course, your time in treatment is just one part of your recovery journey. When you return home and resume your personal and professional responsibilities, you will still be in the process of overcoming the effects of PTSD. To best prepare you for continued success, selecting a local PTSD treatment center near Columbus, Ohio, may be the optimal choice.
Mount Carmel Behavioral Health has deep roots in central Ohio. We are proud to call Columbus home, and we’re honored to be able to serve people in communities throughout the Columbus area. Our connection to this part of the country means that we can refer you to thoroughly vetted sources of continuing care. It also means that we’re close by if you ever need additional assistance at the inpatient level.
When you choose Mount Carmel Behavioral Health for yourself or a loved one, you join a vibrant and dynamic healing community. From the day you first call us until long after you have completed PTSD treatment, you will remain a valued part of our family.
Why Choose Mount Carmel Behavioral Health for Help with PTSD?
When you are researching PTSD treatment options for yourself or a loved one, it is important to identify the services and therapeutic approaches that most closely align with your needs and preferences. The more you understand about a behavioral health hospital’s features and benefits, the better prepared you’ll be to make the right decision for yourself or your loved one.
With that in mind, here are three of the many reasons why Mount Carmel Behavioral Health may be the right choice:
- Personalized inpatient care – When you participate in PTSD treatment at our center in Columbus, Ohio, you will follow a personalized plan that was developed specifically for you. We understand that PTSD impacts different people in different ways, and we’re dedicated to providing you with the personal support that you deserve. Beginning with your assessment and continuing through the discharge planning process, every element of inpatient PTSD treatment at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health will be customized for you.
- Comprehensive service – Our ability to provide personalized treatment for PTSD is enhanced by the broad scope of services that we offer. The members of your treatment team will be able to select from an array of methods and techniques to design the plan that’s right for you. Our commitment to comprehensive service also means that we’re prepared to identify and treat co-occurring disorders and other concerns that may otherwise prevent you from achieving true and lasting healing from PTSD.
- Experienced, compassionate professionals – The staff members at Mount Carmel Behavioral Health are the heart and soul of our behavioral health hospital. Throughout your time in our care, you can expect to work with talented professionals who are committed to meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations. Our treatment teams, administrative staff, admissions advisors, and all other personnel are here for one reason: to provide world-class service in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.
To learn more about Mount Carmel Behavioral Health, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. A friendly and knowledgeable member of our team is available to speak with you 24/7. We look forward to answering all of your questions and helping you determine if Mount Carmel Behavioral Health is the perfect place for you or your loved one.