Online Paranoia Therapy

For Mental Health & Substance Addiction

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Online counseling can help if you are dealing with paranoia. Paranoia is irrational and excessive feelings of persecution, mistrust, jealousy, and threats. 

If you experience paranoia, you may feel completely out of control and feel like suspicion is taking over. You are not alone and there are options for treatment that we can provide to meet your needs. 

Our Online Paranoia Therapy is a good option for you if you recently completed inpatient treatment for substance abuse or mental health related disorders. It is important to receive long-term outpatient care that has a modern approach and is convenient to meet your lifestyle. 

Your physical location should not be a barrier to receiving the best treatment to address your mental health needs. We meet you where you are to provide the help that you need. 

  • Live free from problematic symptoms
  • Individual and group therapy are available
  • Access to a personal recovery coach 24/7 
  • Address trauma
  • Address thoughts and behaviors through online therapy options
  • Develop coping skills to deal with stressors

What is Online Paranoia Therapy?

Online Paranoia Therapy takes traditional therapy and adds a more modern and convenient approach. Instead of traveling to a therapist, you can access a licensed therapist and other treatment options in the comfort of your own home. 

Paranoia can be a symptom or another mental health disorder. Paranoia can be a symptom associated with Schizophrenia, Bipolar, or dementia. 

Paranoid Personality Disorder (PPD) is a mental health condition in which a person has a long-term pattern of distrust and suspicion of others. Online therapy can help you explore where these feelings of distrust or suspicion came from and change your thoughts and behaviors around these feelings.

“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

What Makes Online Paranoia Therapy a Good Option? 

Online counseling is more effective than traditional counseling in treating paranoia. When you are dealing with paranoia, it can be very difficult to leave your home without constant worry and anxiety. 

Receiving online counseling takes away the burden of leaving your home when you are feeling anxious or paranoid. Online counseling provides tools at your fingertips to help in your healing journey. 

What are the Benefits of Online Paranoia Therapy?

Online paranoia therapy may be a good option for you if:

  • You feel like you are unable to leave your house
  • You feel suspicious of others 
  • You find it difficult to concentrate during traditional therapy sessions
  • You need more frequent coaching and counseling 
  • Struggle with transportation
  • You have limited options for counseling or treatment in your area
  • You live in a remote or rural area

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Evidence-Based Treatment for Online Paranoia Therapy

Online counseling for paranoia through Modern Recovery Services uses evidence-based treatment to treat the root of your paranoia. We have highly educated and trained staff that can work with you virtually from the comfort of your own home to provide evidence-based treatment methods. 

Cognitive-based therapy (CBT) is the most effective evidence-based treatment for paranoia. CBT is a type of therapy that is talk therapy that can help manage your problems by changing the way that you think and behave. 

CBT operates on the idea that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors all impact each other. CBT is the most effective therapy used by our online therapists to help you develop coping skills and find appropriate ways to deal with stress and trauma. 

In the treatment of paranoia, it is important to identify thoughts that create paranoia and any past trauma that cause these intrusive thoughts. It is also important to identify the feelings created by paranoid thoughts. 

Most importantly, you must identify the behaviors that are a result of your thoughts and feelings. Allow us to help in this challenging recovery process. 

You deserve to feel better

Change can start with a single phone call – We’re here to listen.

Online Paranoia Counseling and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

What is Dual Diagnosis?

Dual diagnosis is a condition in which you have both a mental health condition and a substance abuse issue at the same time. 

Many people struggle with both addiction and mental illness at the same time. There is a great debate about whether mental illness causes addiction or whether addiction causes mental illness. 

How are Paranoia and Addiction Linked?

Using certain substances can cause you to feel paranoid. Paranoia is often a side effect of using a drug or withdrawing from a substance. 

Substances that cause paranoia include:

  • Marijuana
  • Crack
  • Cocaine
  • Methamphetamine
  • PCP

The effects of many substances mimic the feeling of psychosis which can lead to paranoia. An example of this is using methamphetamine. 

When you use methamphetamine, your brain chemistry changes and your thought patterns are different. Paranoid thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are a result. 

Many people diagnosed with a mental health condition attempt to self-medicate by using illicit drugs. Using drugs when you already have a mental health condition can increase paranoia or other mental health symptoms. 

It is important to use more effective mental health treatment to address your mental health needs rather than self-medicating with substances that can make your symptoms worse.

Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

If you find yourself in a place where you are struggling with your mental health and with addiction, you are not alone and we can help. 

Since many people struggling with addiction also struggle with their mental health, it is important to seek out treatment that includes dual diagnosis treatment. 

Benefits of dual diagnosis treatment include:

  • Working with one team of professional online counselors to meet your mental health and addiction needs
  • Only share personal details of your life with one professional
  • Receiving a more holistic approach to your recovery
  • Discovering how your mental health affects your behaviors and habits
  • Uncovering how your mental health affects your drug/alcohol usage and vice versa
  • Using counseling techniques to change behaviors and habits involving your mental health and substance abuse at the same time
  • Not having to attend double the treatment appointments if in two separate treatment facilities or programs
  • More convenience in having both treatments in the same place