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Co-Occurring Recovery Programs

Addiction rarely emerges or progresses on its own. Rather, drug and alcohol dependency are frequently the product of a range of contributing factors, including a history of trauma and the existence of co-occurring mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, and personality disorders.

So, if you want to enjoy true and lasting addiction recovery, then it is imperative to address the factors that have contributed to the rise of the dependency or to its progression. 

This is where co-occurring recovery comes in. Addiction recovery programs that specialize in co-occurring care are specialized to support whole-person treatment in order to address the addiction at its roots. This includes comprehensive mental health care to address past traumas and to treat co-occurring mental illnesses, from depression and anxiety to psychopathy.

It’s estimated, for example, that nearly half of all persons with a substance use disorder (SUD) also have some form of mental illness, such as major depressive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or personality disorder. 

Recognizing the Signs

To address the addiction without simultaneously addressing the comorbidities, from trauma to mental illness, is to condemn those in recovery to almost certain relapse. Unfortunately, however, not all recovery programs are designed to provide co-occurring care nor even to recognize the existence of a relevant co-occurring condition. 

This is why it is imperative for people with SUD to learn to identify the risk factors or key indicators of a co-occurring condition. These can include:

How Bayshore Can Help

At Bayshore, we are proud to offer personalized, evidence-based, dual diagnostic care, recognizing that you can’t expect or experience true recovery until you address the underlying issues that have given rise to or are exacerbating the addiction. This is why our multidisciplinary team at Bayshore is committed to providing personalized, evidence-based, whole-person care for those experiencing co-occurring conditions. We specialize in co-occurring care to address the trauma, mental health challenges, and related co-morbidities that have threatened to rob you of your peace of mind, your health, and your sobriety.

Bayshore’s team of caring professionals includes on-site medical and mental healthcare providers with expertise in the treatment of trauma and mental health disorders, and co-occurring addiction. We are fully licensed and accredited and have been certified by the Joint Commission and LegitScript to provide pharmacological therapies for the treatment of mental health disorders, including mood disorders, personality disorders, and PTSD, as appropriate.

In addition, our on-site counselors are proud to offer a range of psychotherapeutic treatment options, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), for clients who have a history of trauma or are experiencing a mental illness. 

Likewise, in honor of our commitment to whole-person care, our highly specialized team of wellness experts offers education and training in behavior modification and cognitive change. This includes courses in yoga, art and music therapy, holistic medicine, nutrition, and meditation and mindfulness. Each of these is designed to add another tool to your life optimization toolbox, helping you to construct a lifestyle that supports your peace, happiness, joy, and sobriety by addressing the factors that have given rise to or sustained the addiction.

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