Mental Health Approaches

At Winsett Wellness, we view each patient as a partner in finding just the right approach to achieve the desired outcome, which may include a combination of the following:

Medication Management

Involves outpatient management between Winsett Wellness and the patient working together to determine whether a medication is the right option for the patient. The process includes an initial evaluation of the patient’s need for a medication. If determined the patient is to start a medication, Winsett Wellness evaluates any other medications/vitamins/supplements the patient is taking to ensure that there are no negative interactions. The goal of medication management is to always get the desired outcomes for the patient.

Evidence-based Practice

A conscientious, problem-solving approach to clinical practice that incorporates the best evidence from well-designed scientific studies. Winsett Wellness uses their knowledge, judgment and critical reasoning acquired through training and professional experiences for decision-making to improve patient outcomes based on the well-designed studies.

Holistic Approach to Mental Wellness

Winseet Wellness considers all aspects of a person, not just the symptoms and diagnosis. Incorporating psychiatric, medical, social, spiritual, lifestyle and behavior boosts the results of wellness outcome. There is an inseparable and intrinsic relationship between the body and the mind to consider for mental health wholeness.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

This model of therapy is based on people’s emotions, body responses, and behaviors influenced by their perception of events. It is how people perceive situations that determine how they react and respond. The situation itself cannot necessarily cause distress but it is the interpretation of that situation that drives the distress. CBT is commonly used for anxiety, depression, insomnia, and panic attacks. The focus is to develop more effective ways of coping with life.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT began with efforts to treat personality disorders, ADHD, mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and interpersonal conflicts. The goal is skills training to help increase your resilience. This therapy is aimed at teaching problem-solving and acceptance-based strategies.

Motivational Interviewing

A type of behavior change designed to empower people to change by drawing out their own meaning, importance, and capacity for change. This is accomplished by exploration of a person’s reason for change within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion.