Anxiety Treatment in San Diego

You don’t need to live with excessive worry, fear, or stress. Using proven treatment techniques, we can help you feel better and overcome your anxiety.

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder, affecting an estimated 40 million American adults and one in eight children. It often develops from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.

Anxiety is highly responsive to treatment. Our highly experienced clinical and medical staff prescribes a custom blend of medical, psychological and integrative therapies to most effectively treat you as a whole person and core issues of trauma that are driving the Anxiety symptoms.

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Anxiety Treatment in San Diego

You don’t need to live with excessive worry, fear, or stress. Using proven treatment techniques, we can help you feel better and overcome your anxiety.

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder, affecting an estimated 40 million American adults and one in eight children. It often develops from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.

Anxiety is highly responsive to treatment. Our highly experienced clinical and medical staff prescribes a custom blend of medical, psychological and integrative therapies to most effectively treat you as a whole person and core issues of trauma that are driving the Anxiety symptoms.

Anxiety and Substance Abuse


Given the high incidence of co-occurring addictions in patients with anxiety disorders, treatment success depends on an accurate diagnosis by a multidisciplinary treatment team that are experienced in the assessment of both mood disorders and substance abuse.

Anxiety disorders are a mental illness frequently co-occurring with substance use.

Addiction can develop as the sufferer attempts to manage the symptoms of severe anxiety, and heightened anxiety can develop or worsen in the context of an active addiction. Accurate diagnosis is essential.

It can be a difficult and complicated task to distinguish major anxiety disorder symptoms from complications of substance abuse or chemical dependency and vice versa. At Crownview Co-Occurring Institute, our expertise in assessing and treating co-occurring conditions ensures that you are getting the most accurate diagnosis and the best treatment options available.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Medical researchers have found that a large percentage of those who have depression also have at least one other mental illness and/or personality disorder. Examples of psychiatric conditions frequently co-exist with depression are:

  • Substance abuse disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Panic disorders
  • Borderline personality disorders

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How We Can Help With Your Anxiety Treatment


Crownview Co-Occurring Institute offers specific dual diagnosis treatment for generalized anxiety and the co-occurring disorders that typically accompany the anxiety. We understand the critical importance for treating all aspects of anxiety and addictions in the recovery process.

Our multidisciplinary team are experienced in assessing, diagnosing and treating both anxiety and co-occurring disorders. Every patient at Crownview Co-Occurring Institute receives a comprehensive mental health evaluation to ensure an accurate diagnosis. From there, we help patients manage or overcome the symptoms of any mental health problems they are facing.

Throughout their treatment, each patient’s progress is closely monitored so that we can ensure they are receiving the best addiction treatment and psychiatric care.


Inpatient Depression Treatment in San Diego

  • Patients are completely removed from the situations and people that might be contributing to their symptoms and to their addictions.
  • Patients are able to go through drug or alcohol detox, which is necessary with some types of substances for proper recovery.
  • Patients are able to work very closely with their counselors to discover what the underlying cause is behind their addictions.
  • Doctors are able to correctly monitor medications and make the appropriate adjustments while keeping a close eye on patients’ progress.
  • Staff members are able to offer consistent support during a time when it is really needed.
  • Patients are completely removed from the situations and people that might be contributing to their symptoms and to their addictions.
  • Patients are able to go through drug or alcohol detox, which is necessary with some types of substances for proper recovery.
  • Patients are able to work very closely with their counselors to discover what the underlying cause is behind their addictions.
  • Doctors are able to correctly monitor medications and make the appropriate adjustments while keeping a close eye on patients’ progress.
  • Staff members are able to offer consistent support during a time when it is really needed.

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