take back control of your life
At the earliest stages of life, one is fearless and worry-free. There are no internal struggles or confusing obstacles and uncertainties. However, at some point through the journey of life and experiences, this can change.
For some, it may begin in childhood or adolescence. For others, it isn’t until later in life or after a serious traumatic event. Freedom and joy become held captive by an internal struggle and everyday life becomes increasingly difficult.
There is a better way to live your life. There is hope.
Our mental health is the foundation for how we live life. It is the internal process by which everyone thinks, feels, and behaves. It’s how we come to the decisions we make.
When confusion, fear, anxiety, or dysfunction get a grip on one's mental well-being, the ability to cope and process regular life circumstances becomes inhibited. Success or victory can feel impossible.
It’s Time To Restore Mental and Emotional Balance
Sustance abuse disorders and other mental health diagnoses are not the end. They’re a starting place to begin a journey towards healing.
We strive to restore the wellbeing of each client from the inside out at our treatment center in Houston and realign them with the best possible version of themselves.
As one of the premier outpatient programs in Houston, we understand that the answer to struggles with mental health is consistent and quality care.
Through evidence-based mental health therapies, peer support, medication management, and family therapy, The Heights treatment team is adept at addressing numerous substance abuse issues, mood disorders, and mental health conditions.
Your journey towards holistic healing starts at The Heights.
healing through recovery-driven modalities
With our outpatient programs, clients will learn awareness and coping skills through evidence-based therapeutic sessions. These sessions are designed to help each individual restore healthy daily patterns and begin to build the present and future they truly desire for themselves.
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
For over 35 years, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EDMR) has helped patients suffering from the trauma of past experiences.
Initially designed to treat PTSD, EDMR is a structured hand-eye-movement therapy that engages the mind and the eyes while experiences and emotions are processed.
Along with PTSD treatment, EMDR is helpful for treating a variety of anxiety disorders, emotional dysregulation disorders, and depression.
Neurofeedback (also known as EEG Biofeedback) is a non-invasive method for re-educating the brain. The purpose is to help it perform in a more healthy and balanced way without prescription medications.
EEG teaches brain functions to self-regulate by feeding it audio or visual feedback and helping it learn to alter between a relaxed state and an aroused state consistently and smoothly.
EEG biofeedback has several clinical applications, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD and ADD, and substance addictions. Insomnia, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), TBIs or head injuries, seizures, strokes, and enhancing performance or meditation have also seen relevant applications.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy explores the correlation between one's thoughts and behaviors. The CBT therapists at The Heights help the client to discover where self-destructive behaviors and unhealthy patterns stem from, and help to change the behavior.
CBT has been clinically proven to be effective for several mental health conditions, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
EAP is a therapeutic process involving a client’s interaction with horses without having to ride them. This process promotes self-discovery, learning assistance, emotional resilience, and the development of social and life skills.
Horses are acutely aware creatures that are highly responsive and intuitive. These qualities enable them to easily pick up on emotional cues from humans.
It’s an experimental therapy designed to enhance physical and emotional healing.
Therapeutic applications include mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It is also effective with behavior health disorders and substance abuse. We’re excited to offer this service at our mental health treatment center in Houston.
Art therapy is a discipline that blends the mind’s creative process with more traditional psychotherapeutic techniques. Together, they advance the belief that all humans are naturally creative in some way.
The intent of art therapy is to help the person leverage the creative process to explore self-expression and to gain new insights and coping skills.
Art therapy has proven to be a successful modality with many different mental health conditions, including schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.
Trauma-Informed Yoga explores this connection through physical positions that promote balance and harmony within the mind.
Through traumatic events, the body often restricts its mind-body connection. To be trauma informed is to assume each participant has some form of trauma in their life and offers space to heal the mind-body connection.
Our Trauma-Informed Yoga leaders uphold a client and compassionate space to advance immersion into emotions and experience
Mindfulness is a therapeutic approach that promotes living moment-to-moment instead of dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. Mindfulness results in patients being attuned to their thoughts without assigning negative judgements or issuing automatic responses.
This modality is designed to help clients cope with their thoughts and feelings to stabilize moods, reduce racing thoughts, and ease anxiousness.
Mindfulness has proven beneficial for clients with Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, C-PTSD, generalized anxiety, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
The Daring Way
The Daring WayTM is a training and certification program based on the research of Dr. Brene Brown. This courage-building approach was designed to help professionals, individuals, families, and groups explore their associations with vulnerability, courage, shame, and worthiness.
The intent of this methodology is to develop resilience skills and healthy daily habits that improve life, love, and how one leads or parents to create a wholehearted and authentic way of life.
What Happens After Outpatient Treatment?
We will work together to establish a supportive aftercare path that will help the individual maintain their progress with ongoing care and accountability.
What About Dual Diagnosis Treatment?
As the premier outpatient addiction treatment center in Texas, The Heights has years of experience treating clients with a dual diagnosis.
When a mental health condition is present along with a substance use disorder, one or both conditions can be exacerbated.
Many of our therapeutic modalities are suitable for treating both diagnosis and are essential for advancing holistic health and lasting healing.