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What a dual diagnosis therapist can do for you?

Dual diagnosis therapists are available to guide clients down the path towards recovery in addition to helping them discover the issues that have enabled destructive behavior. Furthermore, individuals who suffer from not only addiction but a separate mental health condition as well, such as depression or bipolar disorder will be assisted by their dual diagnosis therapist through the difficult process of letting go of the past while focusing on the future in a more positive light. These therapists also help clients work on their accountability issues and applying vital lifestyle skills that stimulate healthy decisions when confronted with stressful situations. Additionally, repairing broken friendships and familial relationships are strongly encouraged as this may bring families back together and aid in the rebuilding and maintaining of a solid support system.

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Why hire a dual diagnosis therapist?

One of the most effective and reliable treatments for treating dual diagnosis disorders is working with an experienced therapist. Because mental health challenges are awfully difficult to manage alone, clients are strongly encouraged to build a solid support system in order to avoid surrendering to overwhelming emotions. Developing a list of supportive allies comprised of not only family members and support groups, but a sponsor and mental health professionals who are able to efficiently guide clients through the recovery process, is crucial for success in recovery. For the best possible results, consult with an addiction therapist who is exceptionally experienced in treating mental health issues as well as addiction concerns.

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