Dual Diagnosis


Understanding Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis refers to the presence of both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder in an individual. It’s a complex condition that intertwines mental health and addiction, where one often influences and exacerbates the other. Approximately one in four adults with mental health disorders also struggle with substance use disorders. Modern treatment perspectives recognize the importance of addressing both concerns simultaneously for effective recovery.

Recognizing Mental Health Disorders

Mental health disorders can manifest in various ways, and often, individuals may not realize they’re battling a mental health condition alongside substance use. If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, it may indicate an underlying mental health issue and we highly recommend reaching out to Canyon Crossing:

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Treating Co-OccurringDisorders

Substance use disorders rarely occur in isolation. Many women struggling with substance misuse also face other mental health challenges. At Canyon Crossing, we commonly treat dual diagnoses that include:

What is the Best Treatment for Dual Diagnosis?

Our treatment plans are highly individualized, addressing the unique needs of each client. When you join Canyon Crossing, you become part of a healing community that supports your recovery journey. Our dedicated clinicians help you tackle behaviors that hinder your progress towards sobriety and overall wellness. The Best Treatment for Dual Diagnosis is an integrative approach that combines evidence-based therapies like DBT, CBT with wellness practices such as nutrition counseling, group wellness activities, recovery support groups, and outdoor adventures.

Canyon Crossing is a women-only treatment center, recognizing the significance of a gender-specific, secure space for healing from dual diagnosis. Our combination of structured living and scientifically-supported therapies aids women in resolving core issues contributing to their destructive patterns and addiction. For more information about our dual diagnosis treatment services, feel free to contact us at 800-651-7254.

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