The average person has about 60,000 thoughts each day. Of those thoughts, 95% of them are repeated daily and 80% are negative. It’s far from uncommon to experience negative thoughts. When thoughts turn to self-harm or suicide, it’s called suicidal ideation, we help people with these feelings in our suicide treatment program.

Passive suicidal ideation means you wish you were dead or could die, but you have no plans to commit suicide.

Active suicidal ideation means you are not just thinking suicide, you have a specific plan for following through on those thoughts.

Suicidal ideation is a symptom of major depression and the sort of depression found in those who live with bipolar disorder. But people living with other mental disorders, or with no disorder at all, also may experience suicidal thoughts.

At Integrative Life Center, we offer the support and care you need to overcome suicidal ideation in our suicide treatment program.

When Suicidal Thoughts Take Hold

Suicidal thoughts threaten an individuals well-being and life. There is no quick fix or easy solution. It is critical to understand that increases in negative thoughts can lead to suicidal ideation.

These indicators can help identify someone in crisis:man sitting on a couch looking sad talking with therapist while in a treatment program

  • Cutting, burning, or other behaviors of self-harm
  • Uncharacteristic anxiety or long-lasting sadness
  • Obsession with death or what would happen if they died

Clients of Integrative Life Center’s Suicide Treatment program learn how to cope with and dispel the thoughts of harm that plague their minds.

Underlying Disorders

Often those who are living with suicidal thoughts are live with an underlying mental health disorder, such as:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Depressive disorders
  • Anxiety disorders

All of these conditions are treatable. For individuals who actively engage in suicidal thoughts, it is imperative that they receive support, care, and treatment as soon as possible.

What to Expect at Integrative Life Center

At Integrative Life Center, we know it is crucial to our cause to be trauma-focused and heart-centered. We have a duty to ensure that our programs treat the whole client.

Trauma can have a profound impact on how we function. At Integrative Life Center, we make it our mission to identify potential trauma and help clients process and cope with their experiences.

Being heart-centered is at the core of our organization. Simply put, we combine heart-centeredness with our trauma focus to help you reconnect with your true self.

Customized Care

Integrated Life Center clients always get the care they need to heal. Therapeutic methods include talk, equine, trauma-focused, or music therapies.

For many, talk therapy is enough to work through negative thoughts while being in a safe space. Clients work one-on-one with a therapist to explore their motivations, fears, worries, and anger. Sessions are customized toward the needs of each individual client and may include therapy types like cognitive or dialectical behavioral therapies. These types of talk therapy focus on challenging negative thoughts and learning how to regulate emotions.

Additionally, clients may benefit from working alongside others who are experiencing similar challenges. Group therapy, as well as our experiential therapy programs, allow clients to confront and overcome challenges in a peer setting.

Modalities for Suicide Treatment

We use many different methods to treat suicidal ideation and co-occurring disorders. We combine traditional therapies with experiential therapies to create specifically tailored treatment plans.

Allow us to help you or your loved one. Our professional counselors and therapists provide comprehensive mental health treatment services, such as:

Speak to us today by calling 615.455.3903. Help is closer than you think.