Depression & Anxiety Treatment
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Adult Prevalence of Mental Illness (AMI) in 2022
of adults are experiencing a mental illness
COVID-19 Triggers Anxiety & Depression Increase
Prevalence increased massively worldwide
1 in 6 people will experience depression at some point
of the world's population
The Chateau Recovery Solution
Chateau Recovery offers a range of depression, anxiety, and dual diagnosis treatment services at our Utah facility. We are here to help you or your loved ones struggling with depression or anxiety and co-occurring disorders.
Committing to Change
Acknowledging the Problem
Being willing to ask for and get help takes courage. Fully committing to the process is key to meaningful change.
We work with a mature population (26+) who actively dedicate themselves to living a healthier, more balanced life focused on hope & healing.
Our Master's Level Clinicians & trauma trained staff are experts in diagnosing and treating depression, anxiety & other mood disorders.
We provide a range of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy & Neurofeedback.
Treating the Whole Self
We offer a holistic approach to treatment and healing with Dual Diagnosis to address co-existing mental illness & substance abuse.
We treat depression and anxiety and co-occurring disorders through a multi-dimensional approach to wellness.
Ongoing Support Network
Our commitment to wellness goes beyond residential treatment. Continued support is key to ongoing mental and physical health.
We understand your post treatment journey is critical to maintaining wellness. Our alumni network aims transform lives through education.
Depression & Anxiety Education
What is Depression?
Depression is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act.
What is Anxiety?
A mental health disorder characterized by feelings of worry, nervousness, or fear strong enough to interfere with one's daily activities
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one the most effective forms of psychotherapy for anxiety disorders and depression.
The persistent feeling of sadness, hopelessness, loss of interest and lack of energy which can lead to a range of behavioral & physical symptoms.
Symptoms include stress that's out of proportion to the impact of the event, inability to set aside a worry, and restlessness.
Stigmas & Stereotypes
2 common misconceptions are "they aren't real illness’ and 'that affected people could snap out of it if they wanted to."
You're Not Alone
Depression & Anxiety Can Affect Anyone
Depression and Anxiety can affect anyone regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, religion/spirituality, nationality and socioeconomic status.
Construction & Laborers
Anxiety and depression are of particular importance in the construction industry. A 2020 CDC study concluded male construction workers have one of the highest suicide rates among all industries and are at 4x the risk than the public.
Doctors & Surgeons
Depression, burnout & suicide occur at higher rates in the medical profession than in many other fields. Nearly 1 in 3 doctors is clinically depressed, and approximately 400 physicians take their own lives every year.
If someone you love is depressed, you may be experiencing difficult emotions, including helplessness, frustration, anger, fear, guilt, and sadness. These feelings are all normal. It’s not easy dealing with a friend or family member’s depression.
Nurses & PAs
Eating, Sleeping, and Relaxing: The long, grueling hours many nurses work can leave them feeling depleted, resulting in rising stress levels and burnout as well as anxiety and depression.
Depression in the legal profession is widespread, with far-reaching impacts. For attorneys struggling with lawyer depression, the illness can have devastating personal and professional repercussions—but it also affects clients, partners, staff, and business.
No one expects or wants their first responder loved one to suffer from depression. According to a recent study, 44.5% of first responders surveyed suffered from at least one mental disorder.
To empower & equip those who strive for hope, health, and a new mindset in recovery.
We believe in working with you and your support network to break free from the stigmas of mental health. We provide you with the coping skills to ensure long term recovery.
Chateau Recovery looks beyond just identifying and adjusting behaviors.
We explore the core reasons impacting your mindset, behaviors, and environment. We utilize comprehensive evidence based therapies like the Arbinger Outward Mindset and Dharma Recovery.
Committing to Change
Acknowledging the Problem
Chateau Treats a Mature Population
We believe it takes courage to ask for and willingly get help. Being committed to the process is key to successful change.
Treating individuals 26+ ensures that you are going through treatment with peers & individuals in a similar phase of life.
Focused on Hope & Healing
Accepting help requires willingness disregard the idea of that one is a "burden".
Accepting help can bring out a caring response in others and lead to a deeper emotional closeness.
Healing the Whole Self
Understanding Dual Diagnosis
Dual diagnosis is the condition of suffering from a mental illness and a substance use disorder by addressing underlying issues. Many times depression and/or anxiety occur with alcohol or substance use.
Comprehensive Assessments and Testing
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Education
Trauma & Development Focused Treatment
Neurofeedback - Brain Training
Addressing Dimensions of Wellness
At Chateau Recovery, we believe all dimensions of your wellbeing need to be examined in order to heal. We address Daily, Physical, and Spiritual Health, Mental & Emotional Health & Family Systems and Relationship Health.
Reconnecting with Family & Values
Comprehensive Aftercare Planning
We provide a range of modalities to help address and process your concerns including:
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprogramming (EMDR)
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Brainspotting & Neurofeedback
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Individual & Group Therapy
Family Systems Therapy
In addition, we utilize PGx Genetic Testing to better identify medication and treatment.
Pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing is a type of genetic test that assesses a patient's risk of an adverse response or likelihood to respond to a given drug, informing drug selection and dosing.
Ongoing Support Network
Chateau Alumni Network
At Chateau Recovery our ultimate goal is to identify and address the underlying issues and to help you gain the skills and tools fulfilling and purpose-filled life.
Our commitment to your wellness goes well beyond residential treatment. Continued support is key to ongoing mental and physical health.
Aftercare and Family Support
Provides family support and resources
We believe that your home environment plays a huge role in your overall wellness
Individuals who enter our residential program can count on ongoing support from our alumni resources
I found that with depression, one of the most important things you could realize is that you’re not alone. Dwayne Johnson