Schizophrenia is a debilitating brain disorder that profoundly affects an individual’s ability to understand their environment and function in society. If you have a loved one who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, please contact Sunrise Vista to explore our adult inpatient treatment options. Our schizophrenia treatment program is designed to help those with early, middle, or late stages of the disorder. We also offer schizophrenia treatment and other mental health treatment programs on an outpatient basis at our Canton, Ohio, campus. 

We work with individuals who struggle with managing their emotions, making decisions, or distinguishing reality from fantasy. Schizophrenia treatment in OH is available for all who are suffering from the symptoms of schizophrenia and similar disorders. To find out more about your treatment options, contact our health & wellness center today by calling 844-942-3007.

Identifying the Symptoms of Schizophrenia

woman at a schizophrenia treatment programMost people who have schizophrenia may exhibit continuous or intermittent symptoms. People with this condition are often misunderstood by family members, social workers, and community members. Common symptoms of schizophrenia include the following: 

  • Delusional thoughts or beliefs
  • Visual or auditory hallucinations
  • Feelings of paranoia
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Inability to make day to day decisions
  • Trouble focusing or remembering
  • Isolation or social avoidance

If you suspect that a family member may have schizophrenia, don’t hesitate to call our treatment center. Our schizophrenia treatment program can help you identify the symptoms of schizophrenia in a loved one and recommend an appropriate treatment plan. We provide comprehensive schizophrenia treatment in OH. Our treatment program offers the following treatment approaches: 

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

A cognitive-behavioral therapy program (CBT) helps clients identify destructive thoughts and behaviors that negatively affect their mental health. Our therapists work with clients to reshape their thoughts and feelings in order to alter their behaviors. CBT encompasses a variety of therapeutic techniques that we can apply to your loved one’s specific symptoms and needs.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) incorporates a broad spectrum of strategies such as self-monitoring, individual and group therapy, and skill training to help clients manage their emotions and behaviors. DBT is effective in treating a range of psychological conditions, including schizophrenia.

Residential and Outpatient Services

Although schizophrenia is a progressive disease, your loved one may only require outpatient services during its early stages. We also provide a residential psychiatric program when the time comes that your family member needs 24/7 support and care. No matter how much you love an elderly person with schizophrenia, they can live a more fulfilling life when they have a team of people to care for them at all hours of the day and night. All clients have access to a wide range of facilities and amenities design to help those suffering from schizophrenia feel comfortable and protected.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

If you have a loved one that is suffering from schizophrenia and an addiction to drugs or alcohol, they may need more specialized treatment. Our dual diagnosis treatment program helps clients to manage the symptoms of schizophrenia while overcoming substance abuse.

Support for Family Dealing with Schizophrenia

Few people are equipped to handle the problems associated with schizophrenia. As a result, the disease can cause conflict in the household. Each person in the family may go through episodes of trauma, anxiety, or depression. Our schizophrenia treatment program provides care and support for the entire family, not just the person dealing with schizophrenia. 

If you have a family member or loved one who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, there is a good chance you have been through situations most people can’t imagine. If exposure to schizophrenia has caused you to feel depressed, anxious, or angry, we want you to know that help is available for Ohio families. Feel free to sit down with a treatment specialist and discuss your current situation. Let us guide you through the process and help you recover from your condition while helping your loved one with their disorder through family therapy programs.

Schizophrenia Treatment at Sunrise Vista

Sunrise Vista strives to help those who suffer from schizophrenia lead happier and healthier lives. To find out more about our schizophrenia treatment program, call Sunrise Vista at 844-942-3007. Let us help you get on the path to recovery.