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Mental health and wellness

Mental health is just as important as physical health. It includes your emotional, psychological and social well-being. With the right diagnosis and treatments, you can get what you need to live as healthy and happy a life as possible.

Psychiatric care in Nashville, Tennessee

Our mission is to be by your side for every step of your mental health journey.

At TriStar Health hospitals, you'll find personalized therapies offered in safe, supportive environments. Our psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health experts support your needs by offering both inpatient and outpatient programs.

Get the help you need

We understand how alone you can feel when you have mental or emotional pain. We are always here to help you and your loved ones. Our 24-hour help line is a good place to start.

We understand how alone you can feel when you have mental or emotional pain. We are always here to help you and your loved ones. Our 24-hour help line is a good place to start.

Mental health conditions we treat

We understand you are an individual, and you deserve a unique and effective care plan. Our goal is to provide you with comfort and improve your well-being by addressing your specific condition, whatever it may be. We offer treatment for all of the following and more:

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Anorexia
  • Anxiety
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Bulimia
  • Catatonia
  • Chemical dependence
  • Depression
  • Emotional and mental trauma
  • Major depressive disorder (MDD)
  • Schizophrenia

Our mental health services

Whether you come to us for inpatient care our outpatient support, we offer you a variety of treatments and therapies to help you meet your mental health goals.

Behavioral health services we provide

Caring for your mental health can be complicated and require a variety of different approaches. That's why we offer several different methods of care, including:

Acceptance commitment therapy (ACT)

ACT helps you to accept that painful feelings are appropriate responses to certain situations, but that these emotions shouldn't keep you from moving on and moving forward in your life. This form of therapy can grant relief from obsessive thoughts, depression, anxiety and substance abuse.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

CBT is related to ACT. In CBT, you work with a mental health professional to become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking patterns and address them in order to develop new methods of dealing with difficult times. It can help with depression, anxiety, substance abuse and bipolar disorders.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)

ECT is a highly effective medical treatment. It is typically used to treat severe conditions that have not responded to any other form of treatment. These conditions include major depressive disorder, severe bipolar disorder, catatonia and sometimes schizophrenia.

During ECT, small electrical currents are passed through the brain using electrodes. The procedure is performed under anesthesia with the supervision of a team of trained medical professionals that includes a psychiatrist, an anesthesiologist and a nurse or physician's assistant.

Music therapy

Music therapy is a form of therapy that encourages self-expression, and it works to reduce stress and improve your mood. Sessions may include you listening to music, singing, playing instruments or even composing music, but you don't need to be a musician to participate. Music therapy is used to treat anxiety, Alzheimer's disease, depression and substance abuse.

Pet therapy

Pet therapy involves a specially trained and evaluated animal — such as cats, dogs and other pets — that works with you to help you manage feelings of loneliness, isolation, anxiety and depression. Pet therapy helps many people feel more hopeful and happy, and can also assist with recovery for individuals struggling with addiction.

Recreation therapy

Recreation therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation, is a highly individualized mental health service that uses specific activities like art and crafts, sports, physical activity or play to help you reduce depression, stress and anxiety and help you build confidence. Recreational therapy takes your specific needs and goals into account and keeps them in mind throughout your treatment.

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