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Brookhaven Retreat Licensing & Accreditation
Brookhaven Retreat is Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Organizations and is licensed by the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities. FIND OUT MORE
The Lily Program® & Why Brookhaven
Brookhaven Retreat is a residential facility featuring The Lily Program®, an individualized mental health program for women. The Lily Program® is offered exclusively at Brookhaven Retreat.
Brookhaven Retreat is a very special and unique voluntary residential program offering mental health and substance abuse services. We are an emotional finishing school that helps women overcome depression, trauma, anxiety, personality disorders, substance dependence and other diagnoses.
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The Power of Giving and Gratitude
Women with borderline personality disorder, depression and other mental health issues aggravate their illness through prolonged isolation and negative thought processes. To alleviate many of the contributors to depressed mood and encourage women along the road of recovery, Brookhaven Retreat encourages women to participate in a routine of giving or volunteering. Volunteering connects women with others, helping to build important…Read more...
Seasonal affective disorder
Seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression that occurs at the same time each year, usually develops during the fall and winter months. For women with existing mental health issues, it can be a devastating issue. For most sufferers, seasonal affective disorder typically occurs in fall and winter. Symptoms include depression, hopelessness, anxiety, irritability, weight grain, increased hunger or constant…Read more...
American Diabetes Month
Depression and anxiety are a real and immediate concern for people with diabetes. An awareness of the relationship between diabetes and mental health can safeguard a woman’s emotional health and prevent potential disease-related disasters. Diabetes requires constant attention. Medical side effects and the stress of daily management can cause feelings of anxiety, anger, helplessness and fear. The American Diabetes Association…Read more...