Sierra by the Sea is a leading provider of co-occurring self-harm treatment for adults age 18 and older. When you or someone you love comes to our co-occurring self-harm treatment center in Newport Beach, California, you receive personalized care, gender-specific services, and a detailed discharge plan to promote lasting health and wellness.
Discover treatment for co-occurring self-harm at Sierra by the Sea in Newport Beach, CA
Self-harm can refer to a variety of behaviors that involve intentionally inflicting pain or damage to one’s body as a way of dealing with overwhelming emotional distress. Common forms of self-harm include cutting or burning your own skin, pulling out your own hair, picking at scabs to keep them from healing properly, hitting your head against a wall or other hard surface, trying to break your own bones, or drinking dangerous liquids.
While self-harm is not considered a mental health disorder, it is often the symptom of one lying underneath the surface. In certain cases, self-harm results from an ill-advised effort to exert control or cope with stress or trauma. Some people harm themselves to express their emotional pain in a physical way.
At Sierra by the Sea, we understand the devastating impact that co-occurring self-harm can have on nearly every aspect of an individual’s life. Given the complex nature of this challenge co-occurring with a substance use disorder, it’s vital that a person who is struggling with self-harm receives comprehensive, personalized treatment in order to have the best chance of stopping this dangerous behavior in its tracks.
By choosing our co-occurring self-harm treatment center in Newport Beach, California, you’ll be in the best position to manage the self-harming behaviors that are affecting you or your loved one. Sierra by the Sea provides focused care from a team of experienced professionals, offering each person who comes to heal with us an opportunity to learn better coping techniques so that they can work toward a happier, healthier future.
Why seek treatment for co-occurring self-harm at Sierra by the Sea in Newport Beach, CA
Without professional treatment, self-harm can have a profoundly negative effect on your emotional, social, and physical well-being. The cumulative impact of this damage can drastically reduce your ability to carry out day-to-day responsibilities and thrive in nearly every aspect of life.
Aside from the immediate physical damage that directly results from self-harming behaviors, the desire to hide evidence of self-harm may make a person less likely to see a doctor for medical conditions they are experiencing. That can pose further risks to your health. The need to keep self-harming behaviors a secret can lead to withdrawal and isolation from friends and family and jeopardize their support when you need help the most.
Given the co-occurring nature of these self-harming behaviors, it’s possible that failing to get treatment for self-harm could lead to the onset of additional or worsening symptoms of a substance use disorder or mental health concern. Even if self-harm is not an underlying cause of a behavioral health disorder, the guilt and shame that often follow these behaviors can still have a damaging effect on your emotional well-being.
All admissions decisions at our facility in Newport Beach, California, are made on an individual basis depending on the person’s needs and goals. To be admitted to Sierra by the Sea for co-occurring self-harm, you or your loved one must have a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder.
With effective professional treatment, the negative effects of self-harm can be stopped. By choosing Sierra by the Sea, you can overcome the urge to hurt yourself and address the issues that have been leading you down the dangerous road toward co-occurring self-harm. By receiving help from our staff of caring professionals, you can hone the skills that will help you get back on track to living a more satisfying, productive life.
Types of treatment for co-occurring self-harm at Sierra by the Sea in Newport Beach, CA
Because no two people heal from co-occurring self-harm and addiction the same way, we will work closely with you or your loved one to create a treatment plan that best fits your unique strengths, challenges, needs, and goals. We individualize the treatment experience at Sierra by the Sea, tailoring each person’s care plan to their specific situation.
Before you or your loved one begins the recovery journey from an addiction and co-occurring self-harm, our expert staff will conduct a comprehensive assessment to determine which treatment modalities and therapeutic interventions you might benefit from the most.
During your time at our co-occurring self-harm treatment center in Newport Beach, California, you may engage in a combination of:
- Basic medical care
- Experiential therapy
- Group therapy
- Medication management services
- Individual therapy
- Detoxification services
- Family therapy
Our specially trained staff uses gender-specific, trauma-informed care to help each person who comes to Sierra by the Sea start to recover from an addiction and co-occurring self-harm. Our goal is to help you or your loved one get to the root of the symptoms that have damaged your life in order to find lasting healing and recovery.
Continuing care options for co-occurring self-harm treatment
We understand just how challenging it can be to seek help for an addiction and co-occurring self-harm. During your time at Sierra by the Sea, you put in a tremendous amount of work to achieve better health, and we want to ensure that you continue that progress after you leave our facility in Newport Beach, California.
Throughout your stay for addiction and co-occurring self-harm treatment at Sierra by the Sea, a therapist and case manager will prepare you for discharge by teaching you relapse prevention skills, how to manage stress, and healthy ways to reintegrate into your community.
We will also create a personalized discharge plan for you with recommendations on continuing care after you leave our facility in Newport Beach, California, whether that includes step-down treatment in our partial hospitalization program (PHP) or intensive outpatient program (IOP), our alumni services program, or referrals to other outpatient services in your local community.
If you think you or someone you care about might benefit from addiction and co-occurring self-harm treatment at Sierra by the Sea, please contact us directly. A knowledgeable member of our team can answer any questions you might have so that you can make the best decision for yourself or someone you love.