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Not managing anger can disrupt not only your environment but those around you as well. Valley is committed to helping those who are struggling with anger management and offers programs that can help use anger management techniques and assist with calming down and dealing with situations in a positive way.
Feeling down or anxious from time to time is normal for most people. Clinical depression and anxiety, however, are conditions far more serious and typically last beyond a period of a few weeks. Depression is characterized by feelings of extreme sadness and affects over 19 million Americans over the age of 18. Anxiety involves persistent feelings of intense worry and compulsion and is the most common form of mental illness with over 40 million sufferers in the US.
Autism spectrum disorders are neurodevelopmental conditions that affect a child’s ability to communicate and interact. Children with autism often have very limited interests and activities. All of these conditions can result in social, occupational, and educational challenges.
For many children, some level of disruptive behavior in the classroom is common, generally harmless, and developmentally normal. The occasional backlash, argument, and/or temper tantrum are to be expected. However, some children exhibit disruptive behavior that is persistent, impactful, and detrimental to overall functioning and growth. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, group leader, family member, or any other type of caregiver, it can be difficult to know how to remedy these behavioral issues.
These programs serve those who have not developed the necessary skills to live in the community without added support. The Independent Living Programs help develop skills in food planning, housekeeping, personal hygiene, and socialization with neighbors, landlords, and other community members.
We are proud to be Utah’s leading provider of innovative programs designed to serve as a more effective alternative to incarceration. With a strong network of partnerships including local courts, legal defenders, and the Salt Lake County Jail, we are able to help clients who are incarcerated by developing personalized treatment programs that support rehabilitation without jailing.
Many of the mental and behavioral health concerns Valley Behavioral treats don’t require hospitalization. Oftentimes, our clients are able to achieve their goals without disrupting their day to day schedules. With clinics located in Salt Lake City County, we offer clients throughout Utah with outpatient treatment options that allow them to continue living uninterrupted, productive lives in their communities.
Fresh Start is a day treatment program run by Certified Peer Specialists that gives adults challenged by mental illness a place where they can socialize, learn skills and share talents with other clients. Our staff of trained mental health professionals share their personal stories of challenge and triumph to connect with clients on a personal level.
When someone experiences a deeply traumatic experience, the effects can be long-lasting and severe—sometimes resulting in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Often affecting soldiers and victims of abuse, PTSD can affect the ability of its sufferers from keeping a job and even from forming intimate relationships. Common trauma recovery and PTSD recovery treatments may involve trauma therapy and other trauma treatment options.
Valley's SUD (Substance Use Disorder) services provide a full array of mental health, substance use, and behavioral treatment services to adults, SUD outpatient philosophy is that there is relief in rediscovery, opportunity, and responsibility in recovery. Through support, education, practice, and desire to change.
Suicide is the 8th leading cause of death in the U.S. and accounts for around 30,000 deaths each year. Over 90% of those who commit suicide have depression or another mental or substance abuse condition. Someone who has suicidal thoughts may never commit suicide, but it is considered a major risk factor. Symptoms include having a preoccupation with suicide—everything including occasional thoughts to planning, role-playing and even unsuccessful attempts. Suicidal ideation therapy and programs are available for individuals of all ages.
With behavioral health centers across the Intermountain West, our goal is to be as accessible as possible for our clients. Our specialized therapists ensure that each counseling appointment is a neutral and comfortable environment. All counseling appointments are confidential. Call us today for more information or fill out the form below to schedule your confidential counseling appointment.
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