Treatment Facility: University Behavioral Health of Denton, Texas, U.S.A.

2026 W. University Drive

Denton , Texas , 76201 USA

see also: NorthPoint Family Centers

Dissociative Disorder Treatment, Denton Texas

University Behavioral Health of Denton offers specialized care for dissociative disorder, conduct disorder and other mental health and chemical dependency problems in programs that are designed to meet specific needs. programs for women, youth, military members, and faith based programs. You can learn more about programs for kids and adults on our website. Please call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for more information or a free assessment at 940-320-8100 or 888-320-8101.

Christian Counseling Programs Denton TX

The Christian counseling programs at University Behavioral Health of Denton, Texas combine professional counseling with religious beliefs and faith in God. There is a spiritual aspect throughout the treatment process. Most Christians find this religious atmosphere and faith centered approach to be helpful in recovery from serious mental health and the drug and alcohol recovery process.

We offer a wide range of services in our Christian counseling center. Our psychiatrists and clinical staff provide a comfortable environment and specialized treatment to meet the unique needs of individuals. There are specialized programs for women, soldiers in the military, youth, and Christian counseling programs that provide effective treatment and compassionate care for a wide range of mental health conditions and chemical dependency. In addition, we offer a program for individuals with co-occurring disorders.

http://www.ubhdenton.com

Retrieved 03/21/12.

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  1. Altus

     /  03/24/2012

    Interesting they still list DID as “multiple personality disorder” on their website. http://www.ubhdenton.com/multiple-personality-and-conduct-disorder-treatment-denton.aspx

    An oversight or an intentional marketing effort? In pop-psych and media “multiple” sounds so much more compelling. So, if you are trying to go after the “Sybils” of the world or those who think they might be (or were told they were by a therapist) why not use the term hyped up by the media rather than some APA or DSM sanctioned term, which is hardly as colorful?

    Combining “Christian Counseling” with “Multiple Personality Disorder” treatment…eeeeek! In some instances this appears to be a recipe for a Satanic Ritual Abuse diagnosis. Here is a very sad and recent story from Australia. It seems to mirror many of the repressed memory/SRA stories that have come out of “therapy” in the United States.

    http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/spirited-away-20120312-1utb6.html

    P.S. What is it with TX? Didn’t Colin Ross land there after getting booted out of Canada?

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