Women’s PTSD Treatment Center and Rehab in Newport Beach

The Rose provides PTSD treatment for women rooted in a science-based, research-supported clinical model to ensure a healthier life. Our treatment experience was designed by women for women, so you or your loved one receive a tailored experience.

PTSD Treatment

Learn more about PTSD treatment at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

Trauma is an unfortunate reality for millions of women across the United States and throughout the world. According to the National Center for PTSD, slightly more than 50 percent of women will experience at least one traumatic event in their lifetime. Domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, and the sudden death of a loved one are among the most common types of trauma experienced by women in the U.S. In many cases, women who experience trauma will be able to process the experience in a healthy manner over time. However, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) reports that about 8 percent of women who survive trauma will develop posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

PTSD is a serious mental health condition that is characterized by the development of several distressing symptoms following exposure to one or more traumatic events. Symptoms of PTSDinclude but are not limited to recurrent involuntary memories, dissociative reactions during which the person re-experiences the trauma, marked physiological reactions to reminders of the trauma, and avoidance of people, places, conversations, or other reminders of the trauma. Individuals who develop PTSD may withdraw from family and friends, experience a persistent inability to experience happiness, and engage in reckless or self-destructive behaviors, including substance abuse. The abuse of alcohol or other drugs is unfortunately common among women who are struggling with PTSD. Without proper treatment, the substance abuse and the PTSD can exert a continued negative effect on the afflicted women, pulling her deeper into a downward spiral of addiction and despair. The important thing to know is that there is help available at rehab and treatment centers for addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder.

At The Rose of Newport Beach, we have significant experience helping women whose lives have been disrupted by substance use disorders and PTSD. Within our nurturing and supportive environment within our treatment and rehab center, women can benefit from specialized programming that has been specifically developed to help them heal from trauma, overcome the distressing symptoms of PTSD, and escape the compulsion to engage in substance abuse.

How to Help a Loved One

Helping a loved one or family member get PTSD treatment

If someone you care about has endured or been exposed to trauma, it is likely that she will experience a range of negative emotions, including but not limited to sadness, anger, fear, and grief. Unfortunately, such psychological pain is a normal part of the healing process. However, if these symptoms persist or worsen to the point that they infringe upon your loved one’s ability to function socially, occupationally, or in other areas of her life, then professional assistance from a treatment and rehab center specializing in addiction and co-occurring PTSD may be in order. Please consider the following

  • First, it is essential that you educate yourself on the signs and symptoms of PTSD. Consult reputable and reliable sources, such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) or the National Center for PTSD, to ensure that you understand the variety of ways that PTSD may reveal itself.
  • If your loved one is also engaging in substance abuse, it will be beneficial for you to learn about the drug or drugs that she has been using. You should also familiarize yourself with the disease of addiction and the signs and symptoms of a substance use disorder.
  • If you can, enlist other friends or family members in the effort to help keep your loved one safe while you all work together to get her the professional help from a treatment and rehab center for addiction and posttraumatic stress disorder that she needs.
  • Research the types of treatment and rehab centers that have helped other women whose situation is similar to what your loved one is experiencing, and identify treatment centers that provide the programming that seems best suited to meeting your loved one’s unique needs.
  • Talk to your loved one. Just as importantly, listen to her. Share your research on treatment and rehab centers that address addiction and PTSD, help her to understand PTSD, discuss what you believe to be the best options for helping her to overcome the challenges that she is experiencing. Most important of all, reassure her of your continued love and support.
  • When your loved one has agreed to get help at her chosen treatment and rehab center for her addiction and PTSD, eliminate the logistical obstacles that may prevent her from doing so. Provide transportation, cook meals, arrange for childcare, and take care of all other responsibilities so that she can focus on the essential work of getting better.

Of course, please remember that treatment is just one step on the long path of recovery. Depending upon your loved one’s unique circumstances, she may require a variety of personal and professional support following her initial treatment experience. Plan to be a valuable member of her support network every step of the way.

Why Consider Treatment

Why consider treatment for PTSD at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

Without proper treatment, posttraumatic stress disorder and a co-occurring substance use disorder can have a profoundly detrimental impact on virtually all aspects of a woman’s life. The distressing symptoms of PTSD can make it difficult or even impossible for a woman to perform to her potential in school or at work, which can lead to failure, expulsion, job loss, and unemployment. Women who are struggling with PTSD will have trouble maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships and are likely to withdraw from friends and family members, thus denying themselves of essential sources of support at a time when they are most needed. Without proper treatment, a woman who cannot escape the psychological pain of PTSD may turn to alcohol or other drugs as a means of numbing herself. This misguided behavior is likely to exacerbate the PTSD symptoms while also introducing a host of other risks into the woman’s life. Chronic substance abuse can cause considerable damage to a woman’s physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social wellbeing. With her mind and body weakened by substance abuse, and her life also plagued by the symptoms of PTSD, a woman will find it difficult to escape this downward spiral without effective professional help at a high-quality rehab and treatment center for addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder.

Types of Treatment

Types of PTSD treatment offered at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA

Situated along the beach in Southern California, The Rose of Newport Beach is a leading provider of addiction and dual diagnosis residential treatment and rehab for women aged 18 and older. Since treating our first client over 20 years ago at our treatment and rehab center, we have helped many women rediscover lives that are no longer entangled in substance abuse, and we believe that we can assist you or your loved one achieve the same. Our team of professionals at our center providing treatment and rehab for addiction and co-occurring PTSD, which includes a psychiatrist, doctors, therapists, an addictionologist, a psychologist, a nutritionist, and a hypnotherapist, to name a few, all possess the experience and dedication to assisting women in their journeys towards recovery. By employing professionals with diverse backgrounds, we are able to implement a multidisciplinary approach to treatment that allows each woman to heal from the devastation that substance abuse brings.

The all-encompassing care that we offer at our center in Newport Beach includes a variety of treatment and rehab methods and interventions that aim to help women recover from their addictions and any co-occurring mental health conditions, such as PTSD. We recognize that each person who entrusts us with her care at our treatment and rehab center for her addiction and co-occurring PTSD has likely endured certain struggles, comes from a unique culture, and possesses her own set of values and spiritual traditions, and we treat each woman with an awareness that specific treatment needs must be met. Our treatment and rehab planning process is centered on the needs of our clients so that recovery is both achievable and long lasting. The therapeutic interventions listed below are among those that we offer our clients at our center. These therapeutic interventions are proven to elicit the most favorable treatment outcomes when a woman is suffering from an addiction and posttraumatic stress disorder:

Medical detoxification: Before partaking in the therapeutic aspect of recovery, some women must receive medical detoxification services first in order to rid their bodies of the substances to which they have been addicted. When this is necessary, The Rose is able to facilitate detox services so that our clients participate in their treatment while also experiencing relief from the worst symptoms of the withdrawal process.

 Medication management: When a client is battling a mental health condition such as PTSD, the use of certain medications can be beneficial in alleviating distressing symptoms. Our psychiatrist conducts a thorough psychiatric assessment within 72 hours of a client being at our center, can determine if there is a need for medication, and is able to prescribe the medication(s) that will meet our clients’ needs. If medication is recommended, our doctors and nursing staff can monitor each client’s progress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 Individual therapy: In order to give our clients at The Rose of Newport Beach the individualized attention they deserve, The Rose allows clients to take part in individual therapy twice per week. During sessions, women are able to process their experiences, explore their emotions, and discuss the recovery process with our licensed marriage and family therapists and certified EMDR therapists.

 Group therapy: Successfully recovering from an addiction and the symptoms of PTSD can be difficult without the support of others who understand firsthand what it is like to grapple with such concerns. In order to help our clients feel supported and less alone in their struggles, The Rose of Newport Beach offers 6 hours of group therapy each day. Women can learn from their peers, provide guidance, and give encouragement while learning about and discussing the following topics:

  • Relationships
  • Self-esteem
  • Trauma
  • CBT
  • ACT
  • DBT
  • Family systems
  • Spirituality
  • Sex and love
  • Grief and loss
  • Relapse prevention
  • Codependency
  • Nutrition

 Experiential therapy: For a woman’s mind, body, and spirit to truly heal, she must come to understand the mind-body-spirit connection and how the healing of one can affect the others. Experiential therapy is a great medium for women to understand and experience this connection, which is why The Rose is proud to offer the following to clients:

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Beach walks
  • Meditation
  • Massage
  • Art therapy

 Family therapy: At The Rose, we feel it is important to involve our clients’ primary support networks during the recovery process. Once each week, our staff facilitates calls with our clients’ loved ones so as to help those closest to our clients heal at the same time. Additionally, The Rose offers a Family Program that occurs once per month, and allows friends and family members to attend programming for two and half days at our center. While taking part in this program, clients’ loved ones participate in the following:

  • Psychoeducation opportunities
  • Process groups
  • Tours of The Rose
  • Al-Anon meetings
  • Meetings with case managers
  • Alumni meetings

The above interventions and services are available to all women who choose to heal and recover at The Rose of Newport Beach, and we are happy to discuss with you or your loved one how these methods of treatment and rehab offered at our addiction and PTSD center have helped numerous women regain control over their lives that addiction once stole.

Continuing Care

Continuing Care and Levels of Treatment at Our Rehab Center

An integral part of the treatment and rehab for addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder offered at The Rose of Newport Beach is the continuing care that is built into our treatment. Once a woman completes our residential treatment and rehab at our Newport Beach center, she will participate in our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and then our intensive outpatient program (IOP). These programs are designed to enhance our clients’ treatment and rehab experience and help them solidify the skills needed to be successful in their recovery once they are ready to leave our center. This all-inclusive approach to care is proven effective and is one of the reasons The Rose of Newport Beach a premier provider of women’s addiction and co-occurring PTSD rehab and treatment. Furthermore, once a woman is ready to leave our center, our staff works closely with her to determine the most appropriate aftercare services so that she is able to maintain the recovery success she achieved while in treatment and rehab at our addiction and PTSD center.

If you or someone you care about would like to learn more about the world-class treatment and rehab for addiction and co-occurring PTSD that is available at our center, feel free to contact us at your convenience. At The Rose of Newport Beach, your bright and recovered future will finally have a chance to blossom.

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Thanks to the comprehensive treatment at The Rose, I have my PTSD symptoms under better control now and can live a more "normal" life.

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