Long gone are the days when it was difficult to find proper mental health services in El Paso TX. Upper Valley Behavioral Health provides broad range of treatment options to improve your mental and behavioral health for variety of conditions, such as anxiety, emotional trauma, alcohol detox, alcohol abuse, panic attack, bipolar, anger, mood swings, depression, OCD, erectile dysfunction, nightmares, insomnia, sleep problems, PTSD, and other forms of abuse and trauma disorders.
We provide comprehensive medication management, psychiatric and psychotherapy solutions to our clients. The best part is we have different psychologists and psychiatrists that specialize for every age group, who treat people from all age groups from children to adolescents to adults and elderly folks.
Mental health problems have no age limits and they can occur at any stage of a person’s life. They can stay with a person for a lifetime if they are not diagnosed and treated correctly at the right time. Ironically, people still often wait for visible signs and deteriorating symptoms before reaching out to professional mental health professionals. As mental health experts, we urge to anyone facing mental and behavioral health challenges is to not just ignore the issues and wait it out. Mental health is just as important, if not more, as your physical health.
Contact us at Upper Valley Behavioral Health (serving El Paso, TX and Santa Teresa, Las Cruces, Sunland Park, Chaparral in New Mexico) or any other licensed mental health clinic, if you are facing any mental health issues and feel like that you want to discuss it with a mental health counselor.
Even if you don’t think you need a comprehensive clinical treatment, you can get in touch with our therapists who will be there to listen and understand the issues you are facing. Our professionals not only diagnose the mental health problems, but they also provide comprehensive care and treatment solutions to address your individual mental health concerns. Although it varies from individual to individual, we rely on both medicinal and therapeutic means of treatments. Sometimes educational and behavioral therapy is all that is needed, whereas at other times, prescription medications are unavoidable.