It’s common for emerging adults to experience difficulty during the transition to early adulthood. This stressful period is usually filled with change and uncertainty as young adults move away from home, enroll in college, leave their social support system, and gain financial independence. Many of our young adult residents face anxiety, depression, or substance use/addiction problems. We help them learn new coping skills and develop greater confidence in their ability to embrace and fully experience adulthood.
Executives at a Crossroads
Many of our residents are high-powered, high-performing, successful professionals who have trouble managing the intense stressors of their careers and relationships. Our doctors have deep experience serving executives and leaders who may find it difficult to ask for help. We provide guidance and solutions that help professionals at a crossroads better manage their personal and professional lives.
Adults Managing Life Stressors and Transitions
For many adults, marital problems, loss of a loved one, retirement, or dealing with life as an empty nester can cause high levels of stress. These individuals often turn to us to find help in coping with these challenges. Severe stress can lead to physical health problems, substance abuse, or relationship problems. Our treatment teams have experience helping individuals learn new ways to manage stress and cope with grief.
Individuals with Co-Occurring Disorders
Many people experiencing both a psychiatric condition and a substance use condition do not receive the robust, comprehensive mental health care that is needed to address both disorders while in an outpatient setting. With the intensity of treatment and evidence-based clinical approach offered at The Retreat, residents find a care plan that successfully helps them manage their co-occurring disorders.
Why choose The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt? Read a selection of stories from former residents of The Retreat to learn how our unique, comprehensive program has helped real people heal and thrive.
doctors leading all aspects of care, including individual and group therapy
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