Quality mental health care programs are in higher need and demand than ever before, but can still be difficult to find and especially in states like Texas, where access to mental health treatment ranks consistently low. 

Navita Health is working to change this trend by providing treatment that is respectful, personalized, and delivered concierge-style to both teens and adults of all ages. 

Everyone deserves to live a life that is healthy and happy. Our evidence-based and science-backed treatments are here to help guide you to the transformation that you deserve. 

About Effective Mental Health Treatment

Most people will experience some sort of mental illness or mental health crisis throughout their lifetime, but quality mental health professionals and facilities can be all too difficult to find. 

The modern-day mental and behavioral health system often rushes people in and out, offering quick fixes in the form of medication without providing people with the actual tools and skills they need to truly change what isn’t working — and instead thrive. 

At Navita Health, we know that people are suffering with their mental health. That’s why we have dedicated our practice to treating mental health the right way by offering treatments that are evidence-backed yet compassionate, oftentimes going against the status quo. 

Top Facts on Mental Health Treatment in the U.S.

  • Percent of American adults with a mental health disorder: approximately 22.8%
  • Percent of American young adults with a mental health disorder: approximately 33.7%
  • Percent of Americans who are in mental health treatment: approximately 20.3% have received treatment in the past 12 months
  • Types of mental health disorders that can benefit from treatment: anxiety disorders, personality disorders, depressive disorders, substance use disorders, attention disorders, schizophrenia
  • Types of mental health treatment: therapy, behavioral therapy, medications such as antidepressants, support groups, inpatient treatment, holistic treatments, crisis stabilization
  • Ways to pay for mental health treatment: cash, private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, financial assistance

Mental Health Care at Navita Health Treatment Center

Navita Health offers both residential treatment and outpatient treatment, depending on the individual needs of our guests. 

Residential Treatment for Mental Health

Entering an inpatient or residential treatment program can be a difficult choice, but one that is often highly beneficial and comes with long-lasting results. 

People who enter this type of treatment should be prepared to dive deeply into their mental health issues and address all aspects of their healing from a person-centered approach. 

Benefits of residential treatment at Navita Health include:

  • A serene and home-like setting to promote healing and growth
  • Access to continuous care and supervision
  • Diverse treatment offerings that include several types of specialized therapy
  • Treatments that are based on evidence, science, and extensive research
  • Guests learn valuable life skills that can help them transition back into their own lives

Outpatient Treatment for Mental Health

Outpatient programs are offered at Navita Health for both adults and adolescents with separate programs available for intensive outpatient treatment. 

This type of treatment is often the best option for people who do not need around-the-clock care and who have responsibilities such as work, school, or family that they cannot leave. 

Services that we offer in outpatient treatment include:

  • Group therapy
  • Regular psychiatry visits
  • Individual therapy
  • Specialized therapy 
  • Mindfulness exercises
  • Coping skills sessions
  • Occupational support 

Mental Health Treatment Services

Therapy is an incredibly crucial component to any mental health treatment plan, and at Navita Health we are proud to offer several different types. 

No matter what you are going through or what your diagnosis has been, we are here to help you process, heal, and transform.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is one-on-one therapy between an individual and a licensed therapist, with the most common and popular form being psychotherapy or talk therapy. 

Navita Health partners with only the best psychiatrists and therapists in the area to provide top-quality counseling and therapy to our guests. 

Family Therapy

While family therapy is not always useful or possible for every situation, it can be extremely helpful for some people, especially those who have past trauma or conflict with their family members. 

It is especially common to find family therapy in our treatment services for teens, as these treatment plans can be elevated by the input and interaction from parents. 

Group Therapy

Group therapy works for a variety of situations and can truly create a sense of community and common understanding. This is especially true during residential treatment, where guests have ample opportunities to interact and offer peer support. 

People who are struggling with their mental health can often feel alone, and group therapy is one of the best ways to combat this during treatment. 

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that is often used for specific mental health disorders, like borderline personality disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

The focus for this type of therapy is on emotion regulation and healing interpersonal conflict through the use of learned skills. 

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a type of therapy that combines cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness practices and which is usually conducted in a group therapy setting. 

Some of the special techniques and practices that we include in this type of therapy are meditation practices, breathing exercises, and understanding the link between thoughts and emotions. 

Somatic Experiencing Therapy

Somatic experiencing therapy is a type of therapy that was specifically designed for people that have experienced trauma. 

It takes a mind-body approach to therapy and is based on the idea that trauma becomes trapped within a person’s body but can be released over time with the right treatment. 

Art Therapy

Art therapy allows people to heal through exploration of their creativity and various modes of art, including painting and sculpture. 

This type of therapy can be used to treat a variety of depressive and anxiety disorders, helping people to explore and analyze their emotions and thoughts through their own artistic creations. 

Animal Assisted Therapy

Our animal-assisted therapy aims to facilitate change in people’s lives through interaction and therapeutic activities with animals like dogs, cats, and birds. 

Animals are interactive and provide many people with a sense of calmness and comfort, as well as providing a bond that can help with important communication and socialization skills. 

Equine Therapy

Equine therapy, or equine-assisted therapy (EAT), is a unique type of experiential therapy that incorporates horses into mental health care. 

Guests work with the horses through activities like grooming and feeding and in turn elevate their own life skills in areas like emotional regulation and building self-esteem and self-confidence. 

EMDR Therapy

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a new type of therapy that is growing popular in treating people with any type of trauma, like in the case of PTSD. 

What makes this type of therapy especially unique is that it does not require any talking from the participant, and focuses instead on the brain’s healing through natural responses. 

What Mental Health Issues Does Navita Treat?

At Navita Health, we treat a wide range of mental health disorders using a comprehensive blend of evidence-based treatments that treat both the mental health problem and its potential roots. 

Mental health issues that we treat at Navita include:

  • Anxiety disorders, with treatments helping to restore a sense of confidence and peace
  • Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), with treatments helping to restore focus and self-management skills
  • Bipolar disorder, with treatments that help people to stabilize their moods and find balance in their everyday lives
  • Borderline personality disorder, with treatments that focus on improving relationships and learning emotion regulation skills
  • Depression, with treatments focused on alleviating sadness and improving overall enjoyment of life
  • Eating disorders (coming soon), with treatments that focus on establishing healthy relationships between food and body image
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), with a focus on battling intrusive thoughts and alleviating the resulting repetitive behaviors
  • Postpartum depression, providing specialized care for women and new mothers who are adjusting to the unique emotions and challenges that come with motherhood
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with treatments that focus on helping people to understand and move past their traumatic experiences

Treatment for Mental Health Symptoms

Navita Health takes a whole-person and patient-centered approach to all of our treatments, working to address each guest’s mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. 

This includes treating a wide array of mental health symptoms, which can of course vary depending on the specific mental health disorder a person is living with. 

Common mental health symptoms that we treat include:

  • Changes in sleeping or eating habits
  • Frequent changes in mood or heightened intensity of moods
  • Impulsive or uncharacteristic behavior
  • Neglecting school, work, or other responsibilities 
  • Social withdrawal or isolation 
  • Loss of interest in usual activities or hobbies 
  • Suicidal thoughts or suicidal ideation

Who Can Find Treatment for Mental Health Disorders at Navita?

Virtually anyone who is in need of mental health treatment can find a welcoming and restorative program at Navita Health. 

Three main groups of people can find treatment at Navita:

  • Teens ages 13-17 — young people in this age group face unique challenges and behavioral issues, with treatment focusing on individuals and their families. 
  • Young adults 18-25 — treatments for this group focus on co-occurring disorders and a variety of mental health and substance abuse issues. 
  • Adults 25+ — treatments in this group address mental health disorders of all kinds in adults of all ages and professions.

Anyone who is looking for a fresh approach to mental health care and to transform their life for the better is welcome at Navita Health. 

What Are the Barriers to Mental Health Treatment in Texas?

In recent reports from the nonprofit Mental Health America, Texas was ranked low across multiple categories and especially in overall access to mental health care. 

This difficulty in access to mental health care means that many Texans either cannot find or cannot afford the mental health treatment they need. 

Navita Health works to address these barriers by:

  • Offering specialized treatment programs to teens and young adults, two of the age groups that are most in need of mental health treatment
  • Offering multiple locations in Texas to increase our reach and accessibility
  • Providing people with long-term recovery tools and skills rather than simply prescribing a medication and moving on
  • Providing treatment that feels high-end while still being affordable
  • Treating everyone who comes through our doors as guests with respect and dignity
  • Offering treatment plans that are always customized and individualized 

What Happens When Mental Illness Is Left Untreated?

When left untreated, mental illness can have severe consequences in the long term that can truly disrupt a person’s life. 

Complications that can arise from untreated mental illness include:

  • Weakened immune system and increased physical illness
  • Problems with personal relationships
  • Worsening of symptoms or development of new mental health conditions
  • Unhealthy habits like substance abuse
  • Increased problems at work or school
  • Legal problems
  • Unemployment and homelessness 
  • Increased risk for self-harm and suicide

The consequences of untreated mental health problems can be debilitating and life-threatening, which is why timely and effective treatment is so important if you recognize the signs of mental illness in yourself or a loved one. 

Cost of Mental Health Treatment

The costs of mental health treatment can vary significantly depending on the person and factors like their health insurance and the level of care that they need. 

Other factors that can affect the costs of mental health treatment include:

  • What state you live in
  • Whether your treatment is virtual or in-person
  • The number of sessions you require and frequency of sessions
  • The length of your inpatient stay
  • The types of specializations that your mental health care provider has
  • Whether you need any additional services, like assessments, referrals, or crisis stabilization

As Navita Health is truly dedicated to providing people with the help they need and deserve, we are often able to work with families in order to find payment solutions. 

Get on the Path to Mental Wellness with Navita

If you or a loved one is considering a new approach to mental wellness that addresses the entire you, we invite you to join us at Navita Health.

You can expect nothing short of the best mental health treatment that can be found in Texas, with a professional staff who puts the caring back into mental health care. 

Contact us today, and discover how we can help you or your loved one achieve the whole-person transformation that all of us deserve.