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Conditions Treated

Substance use disorder affects the whole person in every aspect of an individual’s mental, social, physical and spiritual life. Origins Recovery Centers are alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers that care for the entire individual, not only the disease. Each dimension of the individual’s well-being is addressed in holistic treatment, including conditions such as mental disorders and stress situations that may exacerbate addictive behavior or may have resulted from addiction.

Dual diagnoses are common and must be treated along with addiction.

According to addiction studies and clinical experience, 70-80 percent of all those who experience addiction also suffer from a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression. These conditions must be treated simultaneously with the disease of addiction in order to achieve sustained recovery. After primary addiction treatment, an aftercare plan may recommend continuing care options to address such conditions.

Origins’ addiction specialists include psychologists and psychiatrists who are trained to treat patients with co-occurring conditions throughout primary treatment and often in continuing care.

Co-occurring conditions that are often seen and treated include:

  • Mood disorders: Clinical depression is debilitating to normal life function. Along with anxiety, it is the primary co-occurring diagnosis cited by seniors. Anxiety includes a large spectrum of emotional experiences, from stressful reactions to everyday situations to extreme anxiety such as PTSD.
  • PTSD: Both men and women suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) which is precipitated by traumatic experiences in one’s life. Many women in drug and alcohol treatment have been the victim of some form of verbal and physical abuse. Disassociation from self and events, anger, depression, high anxiety and insomnia are some symptoms of PTSD.
  • Process addictions: Eating disorders are common among women. An eating disorder can also be a cross-addiction occurring alongside alcohol addiction. Eating disorders are the most life-threatening of all mental disorders. They include unspecific disordered eating, anorexia, bulimia or a combination of all these conditions. Shopping, gambling and sex process addictions may also co-occur with substance use disorder, or they may be cross-addicting behaviors.
  • Personality disorders: These include Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD), Histrionic and Narcissistic Disorders. Other examples might be obsessive-compulsive, paranoid, schizoid, avoidant and dependent personality disorder

If you are are ready to discuss your addiction, please free to call us anytime at 1-844-U-GET-WELL (844-843-8935).

 

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