Mental Health Counseling Services - Jeannette, PA & Keyser, WV
Regardless of whether or not you’re recovering from addiction, your mental health is integral to every part of your overall wellness. At Recovery Care, we’re proud to provide a variety of mental health care services separate from our addiction recovery program, treating any patient who needs support with experience and compassion. Our mental health services include group counseling, individual counseling, and medication treatment if necessary.
Ready to take the first step toward being your best self? Schedule an appointment with us today!
FAQs on Mental Health Care:
Why is mental health care important?
In spite of the stigma surrounding mental illness, it’s important to remember that the health of your mind is no less important than the health of the rest of your body. If you leave your mental health concerns unaddressed, they can worsen, and begin to take a toll on more external parts of your life. Poor mental health can make you susceptible to a variety of problems that you may not expect, including poor physical health and an increased susceptibility to addiction struggles.
What are the benefits of counseling?
No mental health journey should be completed alone, and counseling is designed to provide you with a trained professional to support you throughout your healing process. Each patient has unique counseling needs: some people find the support of a group undergoing similar struggles to be helpful in their healing process. Others might prefer a more intimate setting where a professional can discuss their concerns and guide them one on one. At Recovery Care, we offer both types of counseling to ensure that you’re healing in the right environment for you.
Can you prescribe me mental health medication?
Yes. Dr. Rosen and the mental health care team at Recovery Care in Keyser, WV do have the capability to prescribe certain medications for depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, anxiety disorders, and other mental illnesses. We’ll work closely with you to determine if medication is necessary to help you manage your mental health symptoms. If we decide together that medication is the best option for you, we’ll be alongside you to monitor your treatment, ensuring that you’re receiving the right dose and avoiding any potential side-effects.