Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

If you or a loved one is suffering from anxiety, U Matter ensures that you get the help and support you need.

Inpatient Depression Treatment

Our depression program consist of various traditional and alternative treatment options such medication, Psychotherapy, TMS or the alternative therapies and modalities options that work best for you.

Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Our bipolar program helps patients manage their condition. Taking medicine, undergoing variety of individual and group therapies, and adopting lifestyle changes are the three main treatment options.

Inpatient Borderline Treatment

If you need treatment for BPD we are here for you. Using a combination of traditional and alternative treatment methods to help you learn the skills that you need to move beyond your disorder.

Inpatient PTSD Treatment

Our PTSD treatment is focused on teach patients to manage the physical and emotional symptoms while they become more independent and learn how to manage triggers.

Inpatient OCD Treatment

Our OCD treatment center has options available including medication and therapy.

Although we offer a wide range of unconventional therapies at U Matter, we also offer more familiar mental health therapies such in our group and individual therapy. We find that incorporating all of these methods will not only get your body feeling better but also help you build a strong foundation for success and navigate underlying issues that cause one to turn to substances for support.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts by interrogating and uprooting negative or irrational beliefs. Considered a "solutions-oriented" form of talk therapy, CBT rests on the idea that thoughts and perceptions influence behavior.

Feeling distressed, in some cases, may distort one’s perception of reality. CBT aims to identify harmful thoughts, assess whether they are an accurate depiction of reality, and, if they are not, employ strategies to challenge and overcome them.

CBT is appropriate for people of all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults. Evidence has mounted that CBT can address numerous conditions, such as major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and many others.

Somatic Therapy

If you are looking to reduce stress within your body as the result of trauma, addiction, or other mental health issues like anxiety or depression, somatic therapy may be beneficial for you. Not only does it strengthen the mind-body connection, but it can build resilience and help you learn to navigate and cope with negative thoughts and feelings.

These goals are primarily accomplished by assessing physical sensations and tension through a variety of techniques such as massage, breathwork, and body awareness.


This technique involves breathing intentionally to boost awareness of your body so that you can learn self regulation. It also links the mind and body because it involves the physical act of breathing and the mental act of focusing on breathing.

Body awareness

As one of the first steps in releasing tension from the body, you learn to recognize and identify areas of tension as well as calming thoughts and feelings.


This is the act of connecting deeply to your body and the earth. When you utilize grounding, or connect your body to the earth, you focus on feeling your feet on the ground. This approach is thought to calm your nervous system.

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Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness is awareness of one’s internal states and surroundings. Mindfulness can help people avoid destructive or automatic habits and responses by learning to observe their thoughts, emotions, and other present-moment experiences without judging or reacting to them. Mindfulness is used in several therapeutic interventions, including mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and mindfulness meditation.

Benefits of Meditation:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Pain
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • High blood pressure (hypertension)

Meditation can help you experience thoughts and emotions with greater balance and acceptance. 

Examples Include:

  • Pay attention. It's hard to slow down and notice things in a busy world. Try to take the time to experience your environment with all of your senses — touch, sound, sight, smell and taste. For example, when you eat a favorite food, take the time to smell, taste and truly enjoy it.

  • Live in the moment. Try to intentionally bring an open, accepting and discerning attention to everything you do. Find joy in simple pleasures.

  • Accept yourself. Treat yourself the way you would treat a good friend.

  • Focus on your breathing. When you have negative thoughts, try to sit down, take a deep breath and close your eyes. Focus on your breath as it moves in and out of your body. Sitting and breathing for even just a minute can help.

  • Sitting meditation. Sit comfortably with your back straight, feet flat on the floor and hands in your lap. Breathing through your nose, focus on your breath moving in and out of your body. If physical sensations or thoughts interrupt your meditation, note the experience and then return your focus to your breath.

  • Walking meditation. Find a quiet place 10 to 20 feet in length, and begin to walk slowly. Focus on the experience of walking, being aware of the sensations of standing and the subtle movements that keep your balance. When you reach the end of your path, turn and continue walking, maintaining awareness of your sensations.

At U Matter we also incorporate yoga, exercise, sound baths and so many more therapeutic interventions and experiences.

Our list is always growing to fit the needs of our clients