Dual Diagnosis Treatment
If you or a loved one is both abusing drugs or alcohol, and struggling with an underlying mental health problem you may need a dual diagnostic approach. It is not uncommon for individuals struggling with addiction to also be experiencing depression, anxiety or another mental health disorder. Experts at Archways Recovery Center have extensive experience working with clients who present with both an addiction and mental disorders.
Trying to manage a dual diagnosis on your own can feel overwhelming. Our team recognizes and excels at working with clients who present with co-occurring conditions by taking a multi-faceted approach to treatment. Our clients are given the tools that they need to navigate these issues and are guided in a process that enables them to be free from addiction while addressing their other concerns.
Do you have a drug/alcohol problem and underlying mental illness?
In many cases depression or anxiety might initially influence someone to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol as a way of avoiding or numbing pain and discomfort. Other times it might be discovered that the alcohol or drug abuse contributed to the mental disorders that now plague the individual. The differentiation of two experiences is important and our clinicians are skilled at addressing the underlying causes and providing the healing that our clients require.
Underlying Co-Occuring Mental Disorders Can Include
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Eating Disorders such as bulimia and anorexia
- Bipolar Disorder (manic depression)
Are you or a loved one struggling with a co-occurring disorder?
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Dual Diagnosis Evaluation & Assessment
Below is a sample of some of the strategies our program will include:
- Differentiation of the nature and progression of symptoms
- Incorporation of methods to address the addiction and mental disorder simultaneously
- Strategies for preventing a relapse
- Science behind addiction and the brain
- How to construct a strong support system
- Development and practical application of adaptive coping skills
We are here to aid you in finding the most effective and appropriate methods to better manage your addiction and any co-occurring disorders. The recovery process is on-going and requires a lot of support to prevent relapse. Our program can help you find a path to freedom, begin your journey now to long-term recovery.
Benefits Of Our Intensive Outpatient Program
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery is Possible
When you call Archway Recovery Centers one of our mindful addiction recovery practitioners will attentively listen to all of your concerns, answer your questions and help you determine if our Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program is the right fit for you or your loved one.
Let us help you pass through your triumphant arch and into freedom.