Tampa’s Best Adjustment Disorder Treatment Center & Hospital

North Tampa Behavioral Health is a leading treatment center for individuals struggling with Adjustment Disorder. Located in Wesley Chapel, the expert staff at North Tampa provides lasting recovery through holistic care and comprehensive programming.

Treatment for Adjustment Disorder

Learn More About Treatment for Adjustment Disorder in North Tampa

Taking time to adapt to new life circumstances or changes is perfectly healthy. However, when such alterations happen and cause you to be unable to function in a health manner as a result, it’s possible that you are suffering from adjustment disorder.

Adjustment disorder is a mental illness that manifests following some type of life-altering event. Those grappling with this disorder are unable to adapt to said change(s), have trouble completing daily tasks, and experience various distressing emotions in response. Examples of some events that can trigger this disorder include having a baby, getting married, getting divorced, starting a new career, retiring from a long career, or moving to a new community. And while these sort of situations are welcomed by some individuals, there are people who have an especially hard time getting used to these kind of changes in life. What’s necessary to know, however, is that adjustment disorder can be effectively treated and it’s possible to begin living a happy, healthy life once more.

When you choose to come to North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital for the treatment of adjustment disorder, you can be confident in knowing that you’ll have everything you need to become well again. Our treatment center, which is located in Wesley Chapel, Florida, is a trusted community resource, and we are positive that we can help you heal from this illness and develop the skills needed to handle change in a better way. Throughout your time at North Tampa, you’ll work closely with dedicated staff members who are fully dedicated to guiding you towards a tomorrow that’s full of potential and happiness.

Helping a Loved One

How to Convince a Loved One to Seek Treatment for Adjustment Disorder

If your friend or family member is struggling with adjustment disorder after experiencing some kind of change in his or her life, you may not understand why he or she is suffering in this way and are hoping that there’s something that you can to be a source of support during this trying time. But, as someone who wants to help to make this individual’s life better, there are a lot of things you can to be of assistance, including:

  • Be there to listen to your loved one.
  • Ask how he or she is doing.
  • See if there is anything that you can do to help with daily tasks.
  • Learn to recognize when your loved one is distressed and see what you can do to help him or her cope with what’s happening.

Additionally, one of the best things you can do for the person you care about is help him or her get treatment. If you take the following steps, your friend or family member may be more inclined to seek professional treatment within a hospital or trusted treatment center:

  • Learn about the treatment options that have helped others heal from adjustment disorder, and see if those sort of programs are available near your loved one’s home.
  • Contact a handful of centers to learn about their services, their effectiveness in treating adjustment disorder, and their admissions process.
  • Devise a list of programs that could help your friend or family member.
  • Share your findings with your loved one and talk about the benefits of getting treatment for adjustment disorder.
  • Communicate the ways in which you intend on supporting and helping him or her through the healing process and once he or she returns home.
  • Offer to assist your loved one in preparing to go to treatment.
  • Make sure that you’re available to be part of your loved one’s care if it’s necessary for his or her recovery.

By following through on these suggestions, you will not only assist your friend or family member in getting the help that’s needed right now, but you’ll also be strengthening your relationship with him or her.

Why Consider Us

Why Consider Inpatient Treatment at North Tampa Behavioral Health

As time goes on and the longer adjustment disorder symptoms are allowed to persist, the more likely you are to then grapple with a series of unfortunate circumstances that can add to your emotional pain. Since adjustment disorder can hinder your ability to perform daily tasks, it may be harder for you to uphold responsibilities at home and work. When this happens, you may be disciplined at work or be unable to tend to the upkeep of your home and your social life. Additionally, the emotional distress you experience can become more overwhelming and result in the onset of other mental disorders, self-harming behaviors, substance abuse, and possibly the start of physical health problems that could have lasting effects. Considering what can transpire when this disorder remains a constant for you, it’s best to consider getting professional help. Whether at a hospital or within a treatment center, professional mental health services can ultimately give you the skills you need to successfully manage stress, develop your confidence in knowing that change can be a good thing that doesn’t have to derail your life, and the improved overall health that can support a happy and healthy lifestyle.

Philosophy and Benefits

Our Rehab Program’s Philosophy and Benefits

At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, we know that when you come to us for help, you have various inherent strengths. Here, we aim will help you uncover these inner strengths and show you how they can be utilized to bolster your ability to heal from adjustment disorder and return to a healthy life. Our staff will support you with empathy and compassion and listen to all that you share with us in order to better understand what you are going through. We are also aware that every person who suffers from adjustment disorder possesses different treatment needs and we, therefore, treat everyone who participates in our program as a unique individual. At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, our goal is to help you establish your own path back to a life filled with satisfaction, joy, and hope. We respect each individual who comes to us for help, understanding the courage it takes to make the steps towards becoming well again.

Types of Therapy

Types of Therapy We Use to Treat Adjustment Disorder

At North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital, we use a variety of treatment methods and modalities to help you begin to recover from adjustment disorder. While you may only be with us for a limited period of time, we can help you gain additional coping skills and resources for managing your distress in the long-term.

After a complete evaluation, your treatment team will work with you to determine the most effective course of action for your individual needs. This may include the use of medications to help control the symptoms of adjustment disorder that could otherwise hinder your ability to engage in the therapeutic process.

We provide individual therapy to help you process feelings, emotions, or experiences you may feel unready to share within a group environment. Additionally, these sessions will also supply the individualized attention you need as you begin healing from adjustment disorder. Individual therapy sessions can serve as a time to discuss any other concerns that you may be just starting to identify so that you can explore them in a private and confidential setting.

We also utilize group therapy as a method of education and treatment. We have psychoeducational groups that provide information about adjustment disorder and related topics. We also offer process groups wherein you can discuss problems or issues with your peers who may have gone through similar experiences with mental illness. Your treatment team will help you decide which groups will be most beneficial for meeting your individual needs.

Family involvement is an important component of treatment, as the support of loved ones is vital to your recovery. It is likely your treatment will include a family consultation that is utilized to determine the scope of family problems and to provide support. We also provide referrals to community resources so that your family members can continue to work on addressing their own issues, better understand your condition, and know what to expect when you return home.

Our therapists often utilize techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which helps you identify maladaptive beliefs, thoughts, and assumptions and then replace them with more rational, accurate thoughts. This, in turn, can help alter negative emotions and behaviors.

Continuing Care

Continuing Care – What Comes Next?

Prior to discharge, you and your treatment team will decide upon the follow-up services that will best meet your ongoing needs. If you still feel the need for a high degree of structure and intensive programming, a Partial Hospitalization Program or Intensive Outpatient Program may be recommended. Those further along in their recovery may feel that they are ready for a traditional outpatient setting.

North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital Behavioral Health offers several levels of treatment including inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and co-occurring treatment. Our programs include a Partial Hospital Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which are open to adults and seniors, age 18 and up. Therefore, as you prepare to complete our inpatient program, our team may recommend services at North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital or options for treatment at community centers that can most optimally meet your needs.

To begin a healthier life that’s no longer compromised by the symptoms of adjustment disorder, call North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital today. We look forward to working with you.

North Tampa's staff are amazing. They handle your treatment as if it was their own, and they made me feel valued as a patient.

– Anonymous Patient
Marks of Quality Care
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Florida Agency for Health Care Administration
  • Florida Department of Children and Families
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval