Dual diagnosis often develops during the withdrawal period or due to drug addiction and may range from very mild depression to severe bipolar disorders.
A common issue with dual diagnosis or co-occurring issues is the difficulty of identifying whether the mental illness was caused by substance abuse or whether the addiction originated from the mental illness. In both cases, however, it is crucial to treat co-occurring psychological disorders along with the addiction. Individuals who undergo both treatments simultaneously are more likely to overcome their addiction, manage symptoms and start living healthier, happier lives.
As industry leaders in drug detox and rehab, at BeWell Recovery Centers we offer dual diagnosis treatment programs to our clients struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Unlike other treatment centers, in our institution, dual diagnosis treatment is incorporated into our client’s individual recovery program from day one. Our highly qualified and well trained medical personnel will not just develop a detox plan for your case but also identify all of the co-occurring medical problems to incorporate into a treatment plan for your rehab needs. Over the past few years Dual Diagnosis has become a buzzword, resulting in a number of controversial theories and viewpoints, particularly when it comes to treatment. However, there is one thing they all agree on; the importance of dual diagnosis treatment is not over-exaggerated. Individuals who have trauma, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADHD, and other mental disorders are more likely to relapse after treatment.