Serving Those Who Serve

05/05/2018   By Tera Rudloff, MBA Director of Business Development at UBH Denton
 

Dedicated to You

The Military Program at UBH Denton is one of the nation’s oldest and most-experienced dedicated military programs. Staff has deep experience working with service members in all branches and at every level of the military. It is an honor and privilege to help reclaim lives of those who serve the United States. Each individual has a customized treatment plan to address individual challenges and utilize strengths.

“You will enter this program at your weakest, most vulnerable place. The safe environment will allow you to open up in a judgement and shame-free zone.”Male, Army“The fear of the unknown is very real. There is nothing more scare than surrendering your health and welfare to a group of strangers. This program is everything it has claimed to be and more. I came here with nothing but anger, resentment, fear and confusion. I now have the tools to deal with each. This is where you learn how to take a knee and get back up.”Female, Air Force

Safe Haven

The Safe Haven program identifies harmful, difficult-to-change beliefs that result in self-defeating behaviors and coping styles. Our program challenges those beliefs and builds new strategies for success. Safe Haven treats a variety of long-standing emotional difficulties including: Military Sexual Trauma (MST), chronic psychiatric challenges such as depression and anxiety, self-harm, childhood sexual abuse, and domestic violence and behaviors.

Chemical Dependency Program

The Chemical Dependency Program aims to treat substance use disorders (with or without PTSD). The program aims to address the physical, behavioral, as well as the psychological factors of substance use disorders. The Military Program at UBH Denton offers a comfortable and safe detox to save lives, and a proven method for achieving a life free of drugs and alcohol.

Trauma Program

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered when you experience or witness a terrifying event. The Military Trauma program addresses triggers, flashbacks, nightmares, and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event. UBH treats PTSD using evidence-based Cognitive Processing Therapy, the gold standard for treatment of PTSD.

The Ross Institute for Trauma

In addition to the Military Program at UBH Denton, The Ross Institute for Trauma is a dedicated unit which focuses specifically on the treating clients with disorders related to unresolved trauma and multiple addictions. The program is led by internationally respected physician, Colin A. Ross, MD. The Trauma Program employs a multi-disciplinary approach where team members work collaboratively to address the immediate crisis, improve the person’s ability to maintain or increase positive feelings, and strengthen ego.

Joining UBH Denton

Physical exercise helps patients relieve stress and work through emotional difficulties, as well as build positive self-esteem and improve cell functioning throughout the body. UBH offers physical training via cardiovascular exercise equipment, a gymnasium, workout room and weight training. Added-value services include yoga classes and acupuncture.

Crisis happens any time and can be addressed quickly by our intake staff. Treatment decisions are typically made within 30 minutes of the initial call. Weekly clinical update with treatment and command happens every Tuesday. There is regular communication with the clinical team and physicians. Contact the care center for more information at 940.320.8100 or Toll Free at 888.320.8108. The team at UBH Denton is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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The Griffon Summer 2018

Vol. 42.2 | Summer 2018

The Griffon
The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command.

 






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