The Diversified Intervention Group

has been specializing in providing Tele-Health Psychotherapy Services and Community Service & Volunteering service since 2010. We are experts in the behavioral health field and have successfully intervened with hundreds of families just like yours. Behavioral Health has many different faces and we have many years of experience working with them all. Call today:   855-222-1101

The Foundation Of Excellence

“Tentative efforts lead to tentative outcomes. Therefor give yourself fully to your endeavors. Decide to construct your character through excellent actions and determine to pay the price of a worthy goal. The trials that you will encounter will introduce you to your strengths. remain steadfast….and one day you will build something that endures; something worthy of your potential.”

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The Diversified Intervention Group will provide professional therapy services today for your loved one. Call today: 855-222-1101. We have been working successfully in the behavioral health field for more than 17 years.

The Basics of Mental Health & Addiction

Mental Health is defined as: the state of a person’s condition with regard to the emotional or psychological well-being.

Addiction is defined as: a condition or a fact of a person being addicted to a particular activity, substance or thing.

The Diversified Intervention Group’s therapists are experts in the professional blending of mental health and addiction services. We will aid your family member with the most effective methods available today. In today’s society the proper diagnosis and blending of current therapy techniques for those can be difficult depending on the person. We have had the experience working with hundreds of family members like yours to develop a custom plan of action that encompases all of the most recent techniques and clinical practices available today. Simply put you can trust our therapists to help your loved on to recover now. Call today to speak with one of our Therapists: 855-222-1101

You can trust our Therapists – Google does

The Diversified Intervention Group was founded in early 2010. In late 2011, we were given a nice monthly grant by Google to help us build our brand throughout the US. In 2014, Google increased our monthly award amount significantly because we had proven to them, via statistics, that we deserved this increase, which helps us to strengthen the DIG brand across the United States. We are proud of this accomplishment. When you get a reward of this nature from a company like it says a lot about the work that you are doing.

Our therapists are the best in the industry: kind, patient and knowledgeable in their fields of expertise. If Google trusts them by showing strong financial support then you can trust your family’s special needs with us too. Our only goal is to help your loved one to feel better and we will make very effort to succeed in that venture.

Call today to speak with one of our Therapists: 855-222-1101

The Diversified Intervention Group works with many types of Behavioral Health issues each day. We get calls from all across the United States. We provide counseling and therapy to those who ask for help. We provide counseling & therapy 100% free to all callers today.

More about Behavioral Health

A person struggling with his or her behavioral health may face stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, addiction, ADHD or learning disabilities, mood disorders, or other psychological concerns. Counselors & therapists can help manage behavioral health concerns with treatments such as therapy, counseling, or medication.

Behavioral Health is a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of a mental disorder; it is the “psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment”. From the perspective of positive psychology or holism, mental health may include an individual’s ability to enjoy life, and create a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. However, cultural differences, subjective assessments, and competing professional theories all affect how “mental health” is defined. We are experts and can help you figure out why your loved one is suffering.

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Our therapists are patient, helpful and good listeners. Since 2010 we have helped thousands of loving family members to understand the basics in simple terms.

History of Behavioral Health

In the mid-19th century, William Sweetser was the first to coin the term “mental hygiene” which can be seen as the precursor to contemporary approaches to work on promoting positive mental health. There are many “ideas” from different sources about the beginnings of Behavioral Health. Isaac Ray, one of the thirteen founders of the American Psychiatric Association, further defined mental hygiene as an art to preserve the mind against incidents and influences which would inhibit or destroy its energy, quality or development.

Dorothea Dix (1802–1887) was an important figure in the development of “mental hygiene” movement. Dix was a school teacher who endeavored throughout her life to help those suffering from mental illness, and to bring to light the deplorable conditions into which they were put. She was a founding person in the Behavioral Health field because of her involvement in it. This was known as the “mental hygiene movement”. Before this movement, it was not uncommon that people affected by mental illness in the 19th century would be considerably neglected, often left alone in deplorable conditions, barely even having sufficient clothing. Dix’s efforts were so great that there was a rise in the number of patients in mental health facilities, which sadly resulted in these patients receiving less attention and care, as these institutions were largely understaffed.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Clifford Beers founded the Mental Health America – National Committee for Mental Hygiene and opened the first outpatient mental health clinic in the United States of America.

Achieving Behavioral/Mental well-being

Mental health can be seen as an unstable continuum, where an individual’s mental health may have many different possible values. Mental wellness is generally viewed as a positive attribute, even if the person does not have any diagnosed mental health condition. This definition of mental health highlights emotional well-being, the capacity to live a full and creative life, and the flexibility to deal with life’s inevitable challenges. Some discussions are formulated in terms of contentment or happiness. Many therapeutic systems and self-help books offer methods and philosophies espousing strategies and techniques vaunted as effective for further improving the mental wellness. Positive psychology is increasingly prominent in mental health.

A holistic model of mental health generally includes concepts based upon anthropological, educational, psychological, religious and sociological perspectives, as well as theoretical perspectives from personality, social, clinical, health and developmental psychology.

An example of a wellness model includes one developed by Myers, Sweeney and Witmer. It includes five life tasks—essence or spirituality, work and leisure, friendship, love and self-direction—and twelve sub tasks—sense of worth, sense of control, realistic beliefs, emotional awareness and coping, problem solving and creativity, sense of humor,nutrition, exercise, self care, stress management, gender identity, and cultural identity—which are identified as characteristics of healthy functioning and a major component of wellness. The components provide a means of responding to the circumstances of life in a manner that promotes healthy functioning. The population of the USA in its majority is considered to be mostly uneducated on the subjects of mental health . Another model is psychological well-being.

Our therapists are patient, helpful and good listeners. Since 2010 we have helped thousands of loving family members to understand the basics in simple terms.