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Maui mental health

For the best Maui mental health services, there is no comparison to Maui Recovery. At Maui Recovery, we are dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals, families, and communities, and no other mental health treatment facility in Hawaii is equipped to address the needs of people with mental illnesses as Maui Recovery is. That is why people come from all over the country to Maui Recovery to get treatment in paradise.

Maui Recovery provides both residential inpatient and outpatient treatment services for people with mental health conditions. We treat all conditions from mild to severe, and as private Maui mental health treatment facility, our patients can get the type of treatment that they need when they need it. We also assist in getting our patients set up with long-term aftercare services in their communities.

Residential Mental Health Treatment

Everyone will experience mood swings, emotional ups and downs, and turbulence in mental health at different stages throughout their lives. For some people, these swings can be extreme, and they might need a little more help than what other people would require. That’s what Maui Recovery is here for – Maui Recovery is one of the nation’s top residential mental health facilities, helping people to confront, overcome, and live with the challenges related to addiction, mental health, and other conditions that require intensive, hands-on therapy.

At Maui Recovery, we employ some of the best mental health professionals in the United States. Indeed, it is our staff of doctors, nurses, and technicians that make Maui Recovery stand out. We service the mental health needs of patients who have tried outpatient treatment, one-on-one therapy, and even medicine therapies sometimes, but all have failed to deliver results.

Outpatient and Aftercare

Maui Recovery takes a collaborative approach to meet our clients’ needs aftercare, including individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy. Outpatient treatment is very important for our patients with mental health disorders to continue to build upon the foundation that we provide them in our residential treatment center. It’s never a good idea for a patient to leave treatment without a strong support system in place.

Here, we believe that recovering in residential treatment is the easy part. The real challenge will come when the person goes back into the real world and has to face the stress and challenges of everyday life. For that reason, Maui Recovery strives to make sure that our patients receive the tools that they need while they are in residential treatment to succeed when they get out.

One of the big areas of focus for Maui Recovery, in terms of mental health treatment, is building up our patients’ support groups to whatever extent possible. The better the support system, the better the person will be set up for success when they go home.

Maui Mental Health Services

In addition to being a luxurious Maui mental health treatment center, Maui Recovery is also a state-of-the-art treatment facility, and we use the latest and greatest technology to provide customized treatment for our patients with the aim of continuously meeting their needs.

Maui mental health

Maui Recovery

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In The Media / Jane Beresford, Psy.D.

E! Channel

E!Dr. Beresford provided psychological screenings and evaluations for “What’s Eating You?”, E! Channel’s reality show about extreme eating disorders. The series chronicled the lives of men and women whose very survival was at risk as they battled not only their distorted body images, but also self-created, life-threatening food rituals and compulsions.

Quoted in Books
Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life Dr. Beresford was interviewed by Lisa Friedman Bloch, co-author with Kathy Kirtland Silverman of “Manopause: Your Guide To Surviving His Changing Life” (Hay House, 2012), which explores how biological and psychological factors collide with the societal pressures men face, and provides advice on how women can help themselves and their men move through and enjoy this sometimes challenging phase. Dr. Beresford's experiences in working with couples during this transitional time are included in the book.