运城市硅基真业厂Mental & Behavioral Health Services in Phoenix
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(623) 225-7591/ (602) 491-8015
- Sleep or Insomnia
- Post traumatic stress disorder – PTSD
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – ADHD
- Attention deficit disorder – ADD
- Personality disorders
- Dissociative disorder
- Psychotic disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Stress management
- Suicidal Ideation
- Behavioral Issues
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Opioid and alcohol dependence
Types of Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Motivational Interviewing
- Positive Psychology
- Reality Therapy
- Behavioral therapy
- Integrative or Holistic Approach
- Medication Management
- Christian Counselling
We also provide Suboxone treatment for opioid addiction. We accept major health insurance plans and self pay, walk-in and same day appointment.
General Mental Health
Our goal is to provide individualized, comprehensive treatment plan for all our clients based on their needs and symptoms. We provide a thorough patient education that allows our clients to understand their disease and treatment plan.
We target our client’s symptoms with the most effective medication that will enhance stability and progress. We use evidence-based psychopharmacotherapy or medication management in conjunction with psychotherapy.
We provide combinations of Behavioral therapy, Cognitive therapy, Humanistic therapy and Integrative or Holistic approaches tailored to individual’s specific needs. It’s our goal to create a safe, supportive and therapeutic environment for all our clients.
Commercial Insurance/ Medicare
We accept most major commercial insurance, Medicare and also self-pay. Below are some of the insurance companies we work with.
Accepted Health Plans
5251 W Campbell Avenue Suite 208
Phoenix, AZ 85031
Phone: 623-225-7591 Mobile: (602) 491-8015
Fax: (623) 230-3726
Monday – 9am -6pm
Tuesday – 9am – 6pm
Wednesday – 9am – 6 pm
Thursday – 9am – 6pm
Friday – 9am – 6pm
Saturday – 9am – 6pm
Sunday – CLOSED
Direction to our office
We are located at Campbell Avenue corner Maryvale Pkwy. 2nd Floor- Suite 208.
Individualized Addiction Treatment Program in Phoenix
Contact Us to start your recovery today! Most Insurances Accepted. Same Day Appointment
SUBOXONE TREATMENTFor Opioid Addiction and Dependence
Suboxone is the first FDA approved treatment for opioid and heroin addiction. The Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 made it legal to prescribe an opioid for treatment of addiction. For those dependent on opioid and heroin, suboxone provides a good alternative to ending their dependence. The law requires that only physicians who have training in opioid addiction treatment, who are registered with the Secretary of Health and Human Services and certified by the Drug Enforcement Administration can prescribe suboxone.
What makes Suboxone a safe and effective treatment?
Suboxone is simply a combination of two different medications (Buprenorphine and naloxone). Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist while Naloxone is a pure opioid antagonist. Suboxone is an opioid, and it works by activating the same opioid receptors that other opioids do. It does so without producing a high when taken as prescribed. People use heroin because it activates their brain receptors causing excitement that make them seek heroin continually. Buprenorphine provides lower or partial effect and feeling like heroin. So, transitioning from heroin to Buprenorphine is safe, effective and government approved.
The second component of Suboxone is Naloxone a pure opioid antagonist. Naloxone excites opioid receptors in the brain, shutting them down. This means agonists (opioids) like heroin no longer reach brain receptors. Naloxone even reverses the effect of the heroin in the system that had already taken place. This means continuous use of opioid while on Suboxone will not provide the satisfaction originally derived. Suboxone requires a partial detoxification process (usually 12 hours to 2 days) before starting the treatment, while naltrexone (a promising new drug for opioid addiction) requires extensive detoxification to use (usually 3 to 10 days of no opioid use). Naltrexone also may require one shot a month, while suboxone is typically taken daily as a pill.
All of these factors and more will need to be considered by health care providers and patients as they decide what treatment to use.
Before Taking Suboxone , it is important to inform your doctor of any of the following conditions:
• A breathing problem or lung disease;
• Enlarged prostate, urination problems;
• Liver or kidney disease;
• Abnormal curvature of the spine;
• Adrenal gland issues, gallbladder, or thyroid;
• Brain tumor, head injury, or seizures;
• Alcoholism and drug addiction
Suboxone treatment in Phoenix:
At Psych ZenHealth, you will be required to be in moderate active opioid withdrawal before your initial Suboxone treatment. We require between 24 -36 hours of abstinence from opioid use. We encourage patient not to drive until you see how suboxone affects you. You are required to follow up in 7 days after the initial dose. If you’re interested in learning more about Suboxone treatment or you’re ready to take the first step to recovering from your drug addiction or opioid dependence, contact us today.
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