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A thought disorder is a mental health condition that affects a person’s beliefs, thoughts, or perceptions. Thought disorders alter the way a person puts together ordered sequences of ideas and can affect a person’s behavior by causing them to experience paranoia, delusions, hallucinations, or other symptoms. Thought disorders are usually diagnosed when a person’s behavior or speaking indicates problematic, illogical, or incoherent patterns of thinking. Thinking normally involves three parts: thinking about something, stringing thoughts together on what you are thinking about, and, finally, the delivery or flow of a thought pattern. A thought disorder disrupts one or more aspects of the thought process. Schizophrenia is a type of thought disorder, and delusions—false beliefs that a person persists in believing despite conflicting evidence—can also be caused by thought disorders.
There are ways to get help. Psychotherapy is beneficial to individuals experiencing symptoms of a thought disorder because it allows a therapist to address behavioral and emotional issues that may be linked to or exacerbate the thought disorder. This type of treatment helps improve the quality of life for the person experiencing a thought disorder and may be part of a collaborative treatment approach.
Sometimes thought disorders can put people who experience them in danger. A person might, for example, believe something is safe that is unsafe, engage in risky behavior, or act on false beliefs that put others in danger. When a thought disorder interferes with safety, people with the condition may require psychiatric hospitalization.
At Jade, we utilize the latest in individual therapy and technology to provide you the best comprehensive treatment. From various talk therapies, non-invasive neurofeedback, biofeedback, to medication when necessary, our experienced team can help you get your life back. We tailor our recommended program to you and your needs. See the Jade difference for yourself, and reach out to one of our admission specialists to learn more about how we can help.
At Jade, our team will understand the complex relationship between your emotional state, other medical illnesses, and the relationships with genetics and family history, to evaluate medical and psychological data, to make a diagnosis, and to work with patients to develop treatment plans through the use of psychiatric medical management.
Therapy explores thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and seeks to improve an individual’s well-being. Jade provides individual, group, and family therapy to help patients eliminate or control disabling or troubling symptoms to increase functionality and overall quality of life, free from distress and impairment.
Take comfort in knowing that we only utilize clinical interventions with published scientific evidence showing their efficacy. We utilize a variety of clinical interventions including Existentialism, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Narrative Therapy among others.
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