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Many of those who struggle with addiction also face mental health issues. At Next Wind Recovery, we offer dual diagnosis treatment, which is an approach to treatment that addresses both conditions simultaneously.
Mental health treatment helps our clients make lasting changes in their lives. To make treatment as accessible as possible, we accept both self pay and private insurance and can work with clients if they are in need of self-pay options as well.
Many people with addiction also have co-occurring conditions. That means they may have underlying mental health issues, including:
If you are struggling with one of these, mental health counseling can help you learn how to manage the symptoms of your condition. Treating your addiction without balancing mental health concerns is rarely effective.
Everyone in recovery has triggers, or people, places, experiences, or things that can cause them to want to use again. These are situations in which, while you were actively struggling with addiction, you would have picked up a glass or used your drug of choice. By understanding what your personal triggers are, it’s possible to learn how to manage these situations later in life. You can learn how to avoid some triggers and how to work through them when they’re unavoidable.
Working on your mental health can help you navigate challenges and overcome obstacles in the future.
During counseling, you’ll work with your therapist through a number of different therapies. Each therapy is meant to help you develop a way to work through your addiction. Some of the types of individual therapies you may use with your therapist include:
You may use some or all of these programs, depending on your unique needs. The goal is to ensure you’re able to learn how to deal with your addiction in the most effective method possible. Individual therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, can teach you how to manage negative thoughts, which often lead to drug or alcohol use. You will learn how to navigate difficult situations without using drugs or alcohol.
Individual therapy is very effective for many of those in recovery. It is a way to tackle your own specific needs during therapy. It allows you to:
Individual therapy is an opportunity to rebuild your life. You’ll feel good about each session, knowing it’s an avenue to help you recover. Your therapist can help you address the unique needs you have, giving you confidence, and the ability to develop new skills to use in everyday life outside of treatment.
While individual therapy is very important and always provided, professionally led group therapy for addiction is also a valuable investment as well. In a group session, you’ll be with people who are facing some of the same struggles you are. They have been through many of the same experiences and face the same obstacles to reclaiming their life and future.
In our addiction and mental health treatment center, you’ll find the support and professional care you need to heal. If addiction and co-occurring mental health issues have damaged your health, relationships, or finances, we can help.