Holistic Treatment For Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders
Epiphany Wellness Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center
Holistic And Practical Healing For The Whole Person
Facing a substance use disorder or a mental health concern on their own can be challenging enough. Facing both can be debilitating. Every day becomes an obstacle course with no finish line in sight. We’re here to help you navigate your reality and create a healthy life you love.
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What Is A Dual Diagnosis Or Co-Occurring Disorder?
A dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder is an official diagnosis given to those who suffer from a mental health disorder as well as a substance use disorder. It doesn’t matter which came first. It only matters that each diagnosis is identified and addressed with unique interventions for each.
Some of the more common co-occurring disorders include a diagnosis of anxiety disorders, ADD/ADHD, Bipolar disorder, Depressive symptoms and mood disorders, eating disorders, Personality disorders, and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
What Causes Dual Diagnosis?
It’s well-documented that one condition does not cause the other; however, both share several common risk factors that could increase the likelihood of developing one or the other. Common risk factors include family history and genetics, home or social environment, access to substances, and history of trauma.
When both are present together, this makes the journey to recovery even more challenging. A mental health condition can lay dormant for years until activated by the symptoms and effects of substance use, or substance use can begin in an attempt to self-medicate the symptoms of a mental health disorder.
Symptoms exacerbate one another, leading to increasingly unhealthy or dangerous effects and behaviors. The cycle stops at Epiphany Wellness. Restore the balance and create a healthy life you love with us.
What Does A Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center Do Differently From A Standard Rehab?
Most basic rehab centers will focus primarily on substance abuse as the primary condition to treat and push for behavior change. While helpful, this is only part of the problem and may not address any potential root causes or lasting habit development.
A dual diagnosis rehab treatment center like Epiphany Wellness will conduct a deep dive into your medical and mental health history. We will conduct a detailed intake assessment to evaluate the level of care you need to treat all presenting disorders.
Based on this data, we will create an individualized treatment plan to meet your unique needs. Our team of providers will employ a variety of evidence-based therapies to help individuals like you work through mental health challenges as you simultaneously recover from substance abuse. Treatment will address any overlapping symptoms, medication-assisted interventions, and practical coping skill development.
The Range of Dual Diagnosis Treatment At Epiphany Wellness
Once our team of skilled clinicians and providers has developed your custom treatment plan, you will begin treatment at our premier recovery center. Here is where you begin taking actionable steps toward recovery and actively participating in your recovery.
Treatment For Alcohol Use Disorder or Alcohol Addiction
Alcohol Use Disorder is one of the most socially acceptable and yet immensely damaging disorders affecting millions of U.S. adults each year. In many cases, someone with a mental health condition consumes alcohol as a temporary relief from their symptoms of trauma, abuse, anxiety, depression, or another mental health issue. Once a dependence is formed, treatment is crucial in order to recover safely.
Treatment For Substance Use Disorder
Substance use disorders cover a wide variety of substances. From opioids and stimulants to Benzodiazepines and depressants, they all carry a high potential for dependence. Once formed, a dependence on harmful substances can cause severe health concerns and negatively impact nearly every facet of your life.
If you or a loved one has turned to substances in order to self-medicate through the symptoms of a mental disorder, our dual diagnosis treatment facility can help restore the balance in your life. Stability and clarity in your physical, emotional, and mental health are just one phone call away. Recovering in safety is your next step.
Treatment For Co-Occuring Mental Health Disorders
Mental health conditions like anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, or depression can bring life-altering symptoms and effects. How can you get freedom? For some, the path to self-medication begins with alcohol, pain medication, prescriptions, or other substances. But this is a temporary solution that presents even more potentially dangerous health effects.
At Epiphany Wellness, we’re committed to helping you navigate the complexities of your disorders and create sustainable recovery through evidence-based interventions. Here is where you can begin to heal from the inside out.
Treatment Options at Epiphany Wellness
From detox and day programs to outpatient programs and aftercare, we’re here to support you as you recover and rebuild your life.
Integrated Evidence-Based Therapies for Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Our outpatient treatment programs have been designed to prioritize therapies that identify, address, and treat you as a whole person. Employing evidence-based modalities blended with field-tested scientific data, we will design an integrated and holistic treatment plan customized to your specific needs.
While attending our addiction treatment center, participants receive a combination of individual therapy sessions, group therapy sessions, and peer support to create a comprehensive treatment process. With intentional participation, you will leave a healthier, happier person than when you started. Some therapies include:
- Experiential Therapy
- Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Neuropathway Building
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Holistic Therapies
Frequently Asked Questions About Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment
What is the most effective treatment for dual diagnosis?
Dual diagnosis requires an integrated and holistic approach to individualized treatment that incorporates medication-assisted treatment, behavioral therapy, psychiatric interventions, and peer support. This requires healthcare providers to identify, address, and support every facet of your disorders in order to provide comprehensive treatment.
What is the most common dual diagnosis?
The most common mental health disorder that accompanies a substance use disorder is Generalized Anxiety Disorder. This is followed by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and depression.
How does a dual diagnosis affect your life?
A mental health disorder changes how you see the world, how you interact with people around you, and how you process information. Substance abuse changes your priorities, causes disruption in cognitive functioning, and brings a host of physical and psychological effects.
Together, they each exacerbate the symptoms of the other, leading to intensifying symptoms, health concerns, reduced participation in life, and social and relational fallout. Without effective treatment and holistic intervention, this is a recipe for a life derailed and unfulfilled.
Getting help and seeking treatment is the answer for one as well as both. Get in touch today and begin your recovery journey.Contact Us
What is the dual diagnosis treatment center's mission?
At Epiphany Wellness, our mission is to provide ethical, individualized care to those suffering from substance abuse disorder to ensure a lifetime of freedom and happiness.
How can you get treatment for dual diagnosis?
One call starts it all. End the cycle of mental health and substance abuse habits that are negatively impacting your life. Our program is dedicated to providing clients like you with the therapies and tools you need to treat mental health and substance abuse issues and provide a clear path to long-term recovery.
After your call, we will begin a comprehensive physical and mental health assessment to determine the most appropriate level of care. Once you’ve been officially admitted, your individualized treatment plan is put into place, and you will begin your evidence-based treatments designed for long-term success.
From detox and Partial Hospitalization to Outpatient programs and aftercare, our goal is to support your recovery from the very beginning until you reach your desired level of sobriety and success.Learn more
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs For Long-Term Recovery and Lifelong Healing
Treatment isn’t just to help you feel better. It’s intended to help you become the best possible version of yourself. To learn how to make healthier choices. To live with intention. It starts with treatment, and it ends with freedom and healing. We can help. Call today.