Concierge Wellness & Restoration Programs
Tailored Programs for Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders
The Concierge Wellness and Restoration Programs at J. Flowers Health Institute are customized, intensively structured, holistic courses of treatment based on each client’s wellness needs. These programs provide evidence-based solutions from top specialists who work together to treat mental health conditions from every angle.
We will meet and fulfill every recommendation through our Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation findings and diagnoses. At J. Flowers Health Institute, our team of specialists is well-versed in treating highly complex clients, and each of our clients receives personal, one-on-one care.
We Treat Mental Disorders Including But Not Limited To:
Your comprehensive treatment team comprises medical doctors, psychiatrists, neurologists, pain specialists, addiction and trauma experts, therapists in mental health and addiction, physical therapists, nutritionists, fitness experts, wellness providers, and other necessary specialists to ensure holistic care.
Given the bespoke design of the Concierge Wellness and Restoration Programs at J. Flowers Health Institute, both the program’s duration and pricing are tailored specifically to each individual.
Bipolar Disorder is a multifaceted condition characterized by the cycling of moods, oscillating between periods of intense mania and profound depression. These mood shifts can significantly disrupt an individual’s daily life, often hindering their overall functionality.
At J. Flowers Health Institute, we’re committed to guiding you through the complexities of bipolar disorder. Our seasoned professionals work closely with you, offering insights into the nature of the disorder and introducing effective strategies to regain control. Recognizing the uniqueness of each individual, our Concierge Wellness and Restoration Programs are tailored specifically to meet your needs, with duration and pricing determined on a case-by-case basis.
Although everyone experiences anxiety in their lifetime, anxiety disorders are pervasive and can greatly impact one’s day-to-day living. Anxiety disorders typically consist of symptoms such as a constant sense of worry or impending doom, an inability to focus, and pervasive feelings of fatigue, tension, and irritability.
We can treat a wide variety of anxiety disorders including:
- Generalized anxiety disorder
- Panic disorders
- Social anxiety disorder
Our tailored programs are crafted with precision to cater to your unique needs, empowering you to triumph over the anxiety that has dominated your life.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is mainly characterized by someone’s persistent fears of abandonment and being alone. This disorder can cause an individual to form and break relationships constantly, prohibiting them from creating meaningful and supportive connections in their life. An individual with BPD may also exhibit erratic mood swings and aggressive behavior toward others.
We will help you get a handle on your BPD and overcome the wrenches it has thrown into your lifestyle. You do not have to suffer through this disorder alone; at J. Flowers Health Institute, our team will be with you every step of the way to recovery.
Substance use disorder often co-occurs alongside mental illness, and the two issues can contribute to one another to create a vicious cycle. Moreover, one issue cannot be healed completely unless the other one is addressed as well. We are dedicated to helping our clients break the cycle and overcome whatever plagues them.
Our specialists in addiction treatment and mental health will help you find coping strategies and effective solutions to get your life back on track. We offer treatments including detoxification and evaluations for all mental health needs.
- Major depressive disorder
- Persistent depressive disorder
- Postpartum depression
- Seasonal affective disorder
Although depression will vary from individual to individual, the common symptoms include a sense of sadness, worthlessness, or self-loathing. Depression often strips one of their typical thoughts and interests and causes them to push away loved ones who could be a support system during these difficult periods. Our team at J. Flowers Health Institute is ready to help you overcome this disorder and find a life of fulfillment once again.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder that involves the destructive cycle of obsessions and compulsions. OCD will cause someone extreme levels of anxiety, and the symptoms of this disorder make it challenging to live a normal lifestyle.
Obsessions are typically thoughts, images, and even impulses that continuously occur and can make the individual with OCD feel as though they are out of control. Compulsions are repetitive behaviors or thoughts that someone with OCD will use to counteract their obsessions. Not only will these compulsive behaviors neutralize the obsessive thoughts, feelings, and impulses, but they are viewed as a temporary solution that can help that person escape the anxiety caused by the negative obsessions.
At J. Flowers Health Institute, we will craft a treatment plan to fit your needs so you can overcome the anguish of OCD and feel in control of your mind once again.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a severely traumatic event. These types of events can include natural disasters, serious accidents, physical, mental and sexual abuses, war, and combat.
PTSD can include debilitating symptoms such as re-experiencing the distressing event in one’s mind, being easily startled, being prone to depression and anxiety, and practicing avoidance behaviors. PTSD can impact every facet of someone’s life, but our team at J. Flowers Health Institute will help you move forward from your trauma and into a brighter future.
Psychotic disorders include mental illnesses that greatly alter one’s cognitions and perceptions, causing one to lose touch with reality. Typical symptoms of psychotic disorders include hallucinations and delusions, and those who struggle with these mental illnesses may have issues with daily functions and proper self-care.
At J. Flowers Health Institute, we are prepared to deal with a range of psychotic disorders, including:
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Substance-induced psychotic disorder
- Delusional disorder
Suicidal ideation refers to thoughts or fantasies about ending one’s own life, ranging from fleeting considerations to detailed planning.
Symptoms of suicidal ideation often include talking about suicide, isolating oneself from loved ones, participating in risky behaviors, and planning or attempting suicide. This issue is typically prompted by a mental illness or by experiencing extreme stress or trauma.
Your life has a purpose, and our team at J. Flowers Health Institute is dedicated to helping you rediscover that fact and come to love yourself once again. We will create a specialized treatment plan to address these suicidal thoughts and help you find the path to fulfillment.