Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment in Brooklyn

Alcohol and drug addiction are regularly compounded with other co-occurring disorders that have been untreated. In our Brooklyn treatment center, we diagnose and effectively treat the co-occurring conditions for addiction recovery to be successful. In 2022, about 30% of adults had either a drug, alcohol, or another mental health disorder. For Instance, depression, anxiety, bipolar, and trauma are common in addiction patients. However, they are repeatedly ignored because the substance use indications appear more severe. Our Brooklyn treatment team has great expertise and realizes the importance of a whole-person approach. At the same time, treatment is designed to address all related problems and work toward a positive treatment outcome.

The comorbidity of sybstance use disorder and other mental health conditions is more commonthan most know. In fact, most people with co-occurring problems turn to drugs and alcohol to ease symptoms. Alternatively, an untreated mental health disorder will compel sufferers to self-medicate with prescription drugs, alcohol, and street drugs. 

Not sure what is fueling your addiction? Call us today at 718-833-3320 for a free, confidential evaluation.

Therapy for Co-Occurring Disorders

Our Brooklyn co-occurring disorder program provides comprehensive talk therapies that are effective for primary substance use and underlying conditions like bipolar, PTSD, anxiety, depression., and more.

Our Bay Ridge treatment center offers state-of-the-art talk therapy and activities that treat the whole person and not just substance abuse.

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Family program
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Experiential therapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Motivational interviewing

Get Addiction Help In Bay Ridge

Whether you are struggling with alcohol, opioids, or prescription drugs, seek counseling is here to help. Our comprehensive, evidence-based approach to substance use disorder is supported by integrated behavioral therapy as part of a whole person approach. If you’d like to learn more about our Brooklyn addiction programs, contact us today at 718.833.3320.

Brooklyn Addiction Treatment
Center in Bay Ridge

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