Treatment Options

By 333 Therapeutics Consulting LLC

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Why aren't people getting the help they need?

The answer is complicated. On one hand there's the lingering stigma around mental illness that may hinder people from seeking care. But there's also the fact that our health care system has yet to treat mental health as comprehensively as it does physical health.


There is ample cause for hope. You are not alone, help is available, mental health conditions are treatable, and you can take practical steps to recover your life.

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Treatment Options

Outpatient

333 Therapeutics Consulting LLC currently has the ability to conduct in-person, telehealth (video) and telephone appointments.

Please be aware that our Kareo call system is not consistently accurate due to frequent changes during COVID-19. We apologize for any confusion this may cause. Call (937) 336-5094 if you are unsure of your appointment type.

For in-person visits:

For your added safety additional cleaning/sanitizing is being done throughout building and in provider offices after each visit.

✔ At all times, please maintain 6 feet of physical distance from those around you.
✔ Hand sanitizer is available in various areas throughout the facility. Please use it.
✔ Upon check in at the front desk you will be asked COVID-19 screening questions, your temperature will be taken, and you will be required to properly wear a simple mask (bring your own or one will be provided). If you do not properly wear a simple mask at all times while in the office, you will be asked to leave.

Please stay home and either cancel with more than 24-hour notice or change your in-person appointment to a telehealth (video) appointment or a telephone appointment if you are ill or have a fever of 100.4 or greater. You can do this by calling (937) 336-5094.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy is aimed at helping work through emotions and feelings that can be troubling. There are several types of talk therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a talk therapy that helps you to become more aware of negative thinking. So you can respond in a more effective way.

CBT is usually a short term therapy ranging anywhere from 5 to 20 sessions and typically includes the following :
  • Identifying troubling situations and stressors in your life
  • Becoming aware of your thoughts about these troubling situations and stressors
  • Identifying a pattern of negative or inaccurate thinking and beliefs about these situations and stressors
  • Reshaping negative or inaccurate thinking

Mental health disorders that may improve with CBT include :

  • Depression and anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Sleep disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Substance use disorders
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Schizophrenia

Again every situation needs to be specific to meet each person’s needs. Treatment can help and research has shown that medication in combination with psychotherapy (talk therapy) has the best outcomes. 

You are not alone!

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