Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Florida
According to the latest medical research, at least 70 percent of people with substance use disorder are also battling an additional psychiatric disorder. In some cases, psychiatric issues can surface after years of severe dependency. In other cases, people self-medicate to escape from mental illness. If left undiagnosed and untreated, mental illnesses can really de-rail the efficacy of addiction treatment.
Synergy Group has become widely renown for achieving great outcomes in the treatment of individuals who are struggling with a co-occurring disorder in addition to a chemical dependency. Part of the reason is that our very intimate setting accommodates a maximum of five clients at a time and the high staff to client ratio allows us to closely monitor how each client is responding to the various therapeutic processes and adjust their regimen accordingly.
What Is a Dual Diagnosis?
A dual diagnosis (also known as a co-occurring disorder) can range from someone developing mild depression due to binge drinking to someone with bipolar disorder who seeks out drugs during manic episodes. Drugs and alcohol can only worsen the symptoms of co-occurring mental health conditions, including:
- Eating Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Trauma (and PTSD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Schizophrenia & personality disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Synergy Group’s Dual Diagnosis Program
Our dual diagnosis treatment program helps clients suffering from addiction and a co-occurring mental illness. We carefully assess the client’s:
- history of substance abuse
- family history
- medical history
In order to create a personalized treatment regimen that address the psychological disorder and the chemical dependency simultaneously. Clients with a co-occurring chemical dependency and a mental illness have access to the many modalities that we employ which includes traditional and holistic therapies.
Our credentialed staff members work with clients to develop individualized plans that meet the following dual diagnosis treatment goals:
- To regain balance of body, mind and spirit
- To educate, accept, and manage the dual diagnosis in recovery
- To facilitate a comfortable recovery by ensuring the appropriate medications & treatment modalities
- To set up an aftercare program to ensure medication compliance
Inquire About Our Dual Diagnosis Addiction Treatment
If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction and a co-occurring mental illness don’t wait to seek treatment. As addiction worsens, so does the co-occurring condition — and vice versa. Contact Synergy Group today so we can start treating both diseases simultaneously. Call: 1-888-267-8070.