Inpatient Mental Health Services At Hazelden Betty Ford, inpatient addiction treatment is integrated with mental health care because—more often than not—addiction comes with complicating factors such as depression, anxiety or trauma, also known as co-occurring disorders. With such complex conditions, the most effective care integrates treatment for addiction and mental health so that all issues are addressed at the same time. Our services are provided by psychiatrists, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, and other mental health professionals. Services may include individual or group therapy, family therapy, diagnostic assessments or medication management. The type and frequency of care is determined by your initial and ongoing assessments. Outpatient Mental Health Services Hazelden Betty Ford offers outpatient mental health services for anyone struggling to cope with life's challenges. Whether you've been diagnosed with a mental health disorder or you are just beginning to seek answers, our mental health professionals can help you build a healthier life for yourself. Hazelden Betty Ford's patient-centered approach is evidence-based and individualized to meet your unique clinical needs. Mental health assessments and counseling can be a helpful place to start when you're struggling in life but don't really know what you need. Outpatient counseling and therapy are also beneficial following inpatient addiction or mental health treatment to support and further your healing journey. Mental health care is also important if you are a family member or loved one of someone struggling with addiction and you don't know how to help them or yourself. Whatever your situation, start with a mental health assessment. Some of the most common mental health issues our licensed and credentialed mental health providers treat include: Stress Trouble coping or unhealthy coping strategies Feeling overwhelmed Family and relationship problems Trouble sleeping Excessive worry Trouble at work Trouble communicating with others Experiences of sadness and anger Feeling isolated, lonely Feeling grief or loss Trouble concentrating Trauma or difficult life events Poor self-esteem or not feeling good about oneself Building resiliency Our outpatient mental health services include: Comprehensive behavioral assessment Crisis intervention Individual therapy Group therapy Medication coordination Referrals to resources for education and support Family and couples therapy Adolescent screening and early intervention services Online Mental Health Services Virtual mental health appointments work the same way as our in-person mental health treatment but from the comfort of your home. Telehealth sessions with our mental health experts are an ideal option if you're not located near one of our facilities or you have mobility/accessibility challenges. Interactive audio and video technology make your virtual visit as therapeutically beneficial as an in-person session, without the inconvenience of traveling to a clinic. Our licensed and credentialed mental health professionals will individualize your care and use the latest evidence-based treatment approaches to help get you feeling like your best self.