Mental Health Specialty

When treating substance use disorder, mental health is an important factor to consider. A dual diagnosis treatment center can help someone who may be suffering from co-occurring mental health disorders along with alcohol or drug addiction. Through a regime of detoxification, rehabilitation and counseling, clients are able to work with professionals on facing multiple issues at the same time. Many of our facilities specialize in helping those suffering from bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and borderline personality disorder (BPD). Browse through these links and find out what treatment for each diagnosis looks like. Read More

Dual Diagnosis

A dual diagnosis treatment center might be required when someone is suffering from both a mental health disorder as well as an alcohol or drug addiction. Comorbid conditions are very common and both must be treated through a regime of detoxification, rehabilitation, and counseling. Typically dual diagnosis treatment also inlcudes support groups and extensive talk therapy.


Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder symptoms include mainc behavior, depression, insomia, impulsive behavior, depression, irritability and more. Bipolar treatment centers provide education about the disorder as well as therapy, medication and coping skills for the patient as well as the family.


Eating Disorder

Eating disorder treatment centers can help people overcome food disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia, food addiction and binge eating. Options for treating an eating disorder, including food addiction treatment, may include nutrition education, medication and psychological counseling.


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive-Compulsive disorder (OCD) can become debilitating if one can't control their compulsions and everyday life is constantly upset. OCD rituals end up controlling the sufferer. OCD treatment centers provide psychotheraphy, medication if necessary, and everyday coping skills.


Depression

People suffering from depression do not have to struggle by themselves. When depression symptoms start to negatively impact a person's daily life, professional help may be needed. Depression treatment centers provide education, monitor depression medication, and provide extensive counseling and therapy.


Post-Traumative Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumative stress disorder (PTSD) can be sparked by childhood abuse, sexual assault, war, a natural disaster, or an accident. A common PTSD symptom is the "reliving" the trauma, where the indivdual re-experiences the upsetting event over and over. If PTSD persists or become more severe, professional help might be needed. PTSD treatment centers provide education, counseling, and medication if necessary. Often, those suffering from PTSD are treated for co-occuring disorders such as substance abuse or depression.


Anxiety

Anxiety disorders and panic attacks are common psychological conditions and can interfer with the quality of one's life and happiness. Panic treatment centers offer in-depth counseling and therapy sessions as well as medication management and strategies for coping with and avoiding anxiety inducing triggers.


Sex Addiction

Signs of sexual addiction can be frequent seekers of cybersex, engaging in extramarital affairs, infidelity, and anonymous sex. Sex addiction treatment usually includes counseling, either individually or in a group setting.


Love Addiction

Just like any other addiction, love addiction is destructive and treatment is available. Those struggling with an addiction to love often struggle with attachment disorder behaviors and exhibit compulsive behaviors that are damaging to their lives. Below is a list of rehab facilities for love addicts that can address underlying trauma issues and unhealthy attachment styles that can set an individual up for successful recovery.


Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Those with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) who are also struggling with substance abuse have an unique set of challenges. Symptoms of BPD include impulsive and risky behaviors and having stress-related paranoid thoughts. This can be incredibly hard to treat but these rehab centers have the professional staff and experience to provide the level of care necessary for life-long recovery.