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There are various types of mental health treatment, and as some people might say, “there is something for everyone.”

Mental health issues range from emotional distress in one or more areas of life to a more serious diagnosis of a mental illness. When someone lives with mental health problems, whether mild or moderate or severe, he or she deserves to get treatment. There are many different types of mental health treatment. While treatment doesn’t necessarily promise getting rid of or curing mental illness, but it does help individuals develop coping skills and strategies to deal with their illness.

Some common mental health treatment options include the following:

  • Psychotherapy – also referred to as therapy, counseling, talk therapy or behavioral therapy.

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  • Family therapy – this type of therapy is not just with the person experiencing mental distress but with others in his or her family system or support system.

Just as the treatment options vary, so do the treatment settings. Some common mental health treatment locations include:

  • Private practice offices
  • Mental health clinics
  • Inpatient mental health treatment facilities
  • Residential treatment programs
  • Partial hospitalization programs
  • Intensive outpatient treatment programs

At Kantor & Kantor we help people get the treatment they deserve. We have a team of experienced attorneys who are dedicated to obtaining the best possible result for our clients. If you or someone you know are being denied mental health benefits by your insurer, please call Kantor & Kantor for a free consultation or complete our online contact form.

We understand and we can help!