What We Treat
We also treat comorbidities that may accompany anxiety such as:
- Somatization Disorders (Conversion Disorders)
When an anxious young person is experiencing other issues (comorbidities) whose nature or severity might significantly impede primary anxiety treatment, we may deny admission and/or require successful treatment at another facility prior to admission. Examples include serious substance use disorders, severe depression–especially with suicidal features, oppositional or defiant patterns, thought disorders, and active psychosis. Success at Mountain Valley also depends upon a resident having some level of motivation for personal change and the intellectual capacity to gain and apply therapeutic insights.
Questions? Get in Touch
Please contact our admissions team if you have a question about your child’s or client’s appropriateness for Mountain Valley.