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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Treatment for co-occurring disorders involves a process of ongoing change in which the individual receives intensive treatment for both the addiction and the underlying mental health disorder. Complicating matters, the drug addiction or abuse symptoms may mask or mimic the mental health issues. Diagnosis, therefore, is a complicated process that requires careful monitoring during the detox phase, continuing through aftercare, and establishing ongoing support.

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We Want To Treat The Whole Person

What Is Dual Diagnosis?

Dual Diagnosis also referred to as Co-occurring Disorders, is when an individual experiences both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder concurrently.

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Benefits Of Dual Diagnosis

Receive Professional Treatment To Stop Substance Abuse
Pinpoint Triggers And Create A Relapse Prevention Plan
Understand The Connection Between The Co-Occurring Disorders
Learn Coping Skills For The Mental Health Disorder
Address The Source of The Mental Health Disorder and Substance Abuse
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Mental Health Disorders That Occur With Substance Abuse


Depression disorder is a type of mood disorder that can stem from a variety of life events or chemical imbalances in your brain. Knowing the different types of depression can help gain a better understanding as to why you or a loved one might be depressed, and what type of help they need.


If you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you may feel varying degrees of stress and distress that can prevent you from enjoying a normal life. Constant fear, worry, and the feeling of being completely overwhelmed are common complaints and can amount to a crippling disability.


Bipolar disorder (BPD) is a mental condition that causes extreme shifts in a person’s mood, energy levels, thinking, and behavior. While we all have our ups and downs, the severe mood swings characterized by bipolar disorder are so significant that they impair a person’s ability to function.


Trauma disorders can arise as a result of direct exposure to a traumatic event or being a first-hand witness to the death, the threat of death, serious injury (whether actual or threatened), sexual violence, or repeated direct or indirect exposure to any of these events.

Dual Diagnosis Therapy Types

A range of therapies is offered at Peaks Recovery because we know one size does not fit all. We are able to combine these in-depth modalities in order to successfully promote healing, growth, and foundations. Through our inclusive treatment program and dual diagnosis, we are able to address addiction, as well as addiction-related to mental health concerns.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on the modification of dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts by exposing negative or irrational beliefs that commonly accompany an addicted person’s justification for the maladaptive behaviors associated with drug and alcohol addiction.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) provides therapeutic skills in four key areas: Mindfulness, Distress, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. Though this treatment modality was first developed to treat Borderline Personality Disorder it is also used to treat: addiction, PTSD, and more.

Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is generally utilized as a short term therapeutic intervention and is one of the most common evidenced-based approaches used to evoke change. The clinician encourages patients to discuss their need for change and reasons for change and the clinician then reflects back the patient’s reasoning and motivation for change so that the patient can hear the appropriateness of their reasoning.

EMDR Trauma Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a nontraditional therapy-like CBT, DBT, etc.-that uses a patient’s own rapid, rhythmic eye movements to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorders, eating disorders, addictions, and anxiety with the primary goal being to weaken the negative emotions associated with disturbing memories that might otherwise create a debilitating response.

Somatic Experience (SE)

Somatic Experience (SE) is among the newest evidence-based approaches for treating PTSD and other trauma related disorders. SE focuses on the restoring of the central nervous system back to equilibrium to give the individual a greater sense of safety. The idea is that someone suffering from PTSD and trauma will experience sustained healing when the nervous system regains equilibrium.

Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT)

Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT) is a common cognitive behavioral therapy approach that is designed to teach individuals who are trying to maintain changes in their behavior how to anticipate and cope with the problem of relapse. As the saying goes, the relapse happens prior to the actual use of drugs or alcohol. RPT seeks to address the reality of the relapse before it happens.

Let’s Rebuild Together

Peaks Recovery Centers’ can help family members better understand:

Healthy boundaries
Family issues and patterns Codependency
How to develop methods for lasting recovery
Education surrounding the nature of addiction


Peaks Recovery Centers exclusive approach to inpatient treatment empowers men to leave drugs and alcohol behind them. Whether you are looking for alcohol rehab, drug rehab, our rehab program helps individuals learn and invest in new life practices, therefore they can restore and reclaim their lives.

If you are interested in Peaks Recovery Centers for yourself or a loved one, please don’t hesitate to call or fill out our form today.

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