Premier West Palm Beach Mental Health Center
Behavioral Health Treatment Programs With Co-occurring treatment options
We Level Up West Palm Beach is a top-rated residential Mental Health treatment center in Palm Beach County, FL. We offer a variety of mental health programs including depression, anxiety, trauma, and secondary addiction treatment such as alcoholism and drug abuse.
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World-class West Palm Beach Behavioral Health Programs
Our recently renewed West Palm Beach Behavioral Health Treatment Center is ready for clients! The facility has been renovated and updated with stylish up-to-date design and aesthetics, specifically for clients in need of professional mental health treatment.
At We Level Up FL’s West Palm Beach Mental Health Center, our treatment programs are comprehensive. Treating the entire patient’s disorders from depression to other risky behaviors & secondary chemical dependence. The caring and warm atmosphere with a genuinely dedicated therapy team should ease any self-doubts in proceeding to recovery. Make this your chance to get better. Come visit the We Level Up West Palm Beach mental health facility and see how we can be your top destination for long-term recovery.
We Level Up WPB Location
Address: 4461 Medical Center Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33467
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National Destination for Mental Health Treatment Programs
Our accredited and licensed behavioral health facility along with its medical and clinical professionals care for men and women from throughout the nation (ages 18 and over). Clients come to us for help with a broad spectrum of needs in the fields of depression, bipolar, anxiety, trauma, and other mental health disorders.
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We Level Up FL is a primary mental health center offering co-occurring dual diagnosis treatments. We treat the entirety of behavioral health disorders including their secondary corresponding illnesses to improve long-term recovery outcomes. Programs, services, and activities vary. Call to learn more.
We Level FL Behavioral Health Therapies & Activities
Morning Meditation Therapy
The facilitator leads guided imagery and morning meditation to start off the day and ground in the positive; residents are asked to participate in deep breathing, guided imagery and continue to remain positive throughout the day; typically residents rotate reading a small passage from approved literature, then Residents set a “goal for the day”, which is followed by the evening wrap up and a progress report on goal status.
The facilitator completes a 6-week rotation of various exercises on “getting to know myself”; focuses on differences between perception and authentic self and dangers of living in a dichotomy; works on positive self-imagery and utilizes excerpts from The Four Agreements to assist in remaining positive and focused on self.
Emotional De-Escalation Therapy
The facilitator continues to build on mental health and wellness as it pertains to various emotional responses in early recovery; pause; respond vs. reacting; able to focus on the emotional and mental aspects of recovery, separate from physical symptomology; reviews importance of avoiding catastrophic language, and when escalating, remaining focused on the current situation and how to de-escalate self.
Recovery Coach Group Therapy
Introduction to the first three steps of anonymous groups; a brief overview of SMART recovery and various tools necessary for sustained sobriety outside of residential treatment services. Recovery Coaches are able to offer independent workbook assignments which are reviewed individually each week; begin to connect each resident with the importance of an accountability partner in their journey for recovery. This allows individuals to feel supported and understand the basic idea of sponsorship as they begin their journey.
H & I Self Help Peer Support
Self-help meetings are brought into the facility from our local recovery community to assist in establishing an outside support system; local 12-step group facilitates meetings and offers 12 step related messages and support to current clients not able to go offsite.
Psychodrama Part 1 and 2
Action group and spontaneous dramatization, often with role-playing activities, dramatic self-presentation to investigate and gain insight into our lives.; a creative way for an individual or group to explore and solve personal problems; various use of techniques including “empty chair”, writing exercises and acting out certain situations that have created grief, loss, and issues unable to resolve from past trauma that affect current life situations.
Rotation for any new clients admitted previously in the week that allows for orientation to the program, review of handbook, basic infection control, and review of the grievance process, policies, procedures, and facility.
Utilizing art and various forms of expression as opposed to talk therapy to uncover issues below the surface with many mediums, including painting, sculpting, acting, arts, and crafts.
Case Manager / Progress Groups
Several groups are offered throughout the week for a small Process group where each therapist meets with individuals on their caseload for a private meeting regarding progress, pitfalls, and planning for the future. Small groups are also attended with case managers, allowing for an intimate setting with just individuals assigned to specific case managers.
Offering education behind the organization of 12 step-oriented recovery as the biggest ancillary supportive service; workbook assignments and journaling exercises are utilized to educate individuals receiving services on the importance of understanding the WHY behind the importance of 12-steps and the improvement in outcomes when utilized as an additional tool for recovery.
Offers an opportunity to apply the principles of the 12 steps into a format for living; challenges resistance to the 12-step model by focusing on the principles of “living well” as opposed to the self-help modality.
Gender Group Therapy
Split groups where clients are asked to attend a group session based on the gender to which they identify; offer’s a safe opportunity to discuss situations that may be uncomfortable in a larger group setting.
Utilizes music to channel inner turmoil and shift mood; facilitator presents song or allows an opportunity for clients to present songs with thoughts, feelings, emotions evoked and distribute to the group.
The facilitator uses various methods including empty chairs and numerous venues to allow feelings, attitudes, and beliefs that are considered subconscious, or below the level of conscious experience, to merge into awareness.
The facilitator uses sound bowls, various percussions, and tones to elicit responses from inner emotions; works with volume, tone, cadence in communicating, and how to use various sounds to stay focused and grounded.
The facilitator focuses on deep breathing, breathing from the belly, and CORE body functions; reviews the dangers of anxious breathing and continues to work on the PAUSE response using the breath to de-stress and remain grounded.
Focuses on the importance of medication management and continuing medication regimen after discharge and as part of the after-care process; infection control, HIV/STD awareness, and handwashing hygiene/COVID precautions.
Yoga instructor provides various physical stretches, chair exercises, and techniques according to skill level for mind/body wellness.
Family Dynamics Therapy
The facilitator uses lessons on co-dependency, enabling and continued methods to identify family systems perspectives; Satir modeled overlay with role identification in the family unit and how to heal the family system. Family therapists and additional clinicians offer opportunities for family therapy on “face time”/zoom, as addiction and mental health concerns are a family issue affecting the entire dynamic.
Life Skills Activities
Having fun in recovery and focusing on how to reintegrate into social situations that are positive. Review the importance of routine and structure and how to live a life in recovery.
Breath and bodywork are performed by a specialist to focus and move various energies.
Using different CBT techniques; exploring automatic negative thoughts and catastrophic language and how to change negative thought processes for a more positive outcome and for a better feeling response to the situation.
Programs, services, and therapies vary. We Level Up FL is a primary behavioral health center advancing co-occurring dual diagnosis therapies. We treat the total of behavioral health illnesses including their secondary related ailments to enhance long-term rehabilitation results. Get a free mental health evaluation. Learn which custom therapy programs are best suited to your disorder(s) and circumstances. Call to learn more.