Individual Therapy for Addiction
Individual therapy for addiction is a common and effective therapeutic technique.
Most people who experience addiction also experience a mental health disorder. Regardless of which came first, they often go together.
Individual therapy sessions provide a safe and private setting to discuss and evaluate your concerns.
You and your therapist will work together to address and overcome roadblocks so that you can improve your quality of life.
Our highly educated team is dedicated to both your mental and physical recovery.
Let our team of addiction specialists walk with you on your journey to a happier and healthier life.
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How Common is Individual Therapy for Addiction?
In 2017, approximately 46.6 million American adults had a mental illness.
About 50% of individuals who are battling addiction also have a mental illness.
Individual therapy for addiction is common and effective. For many people, it is a life-changing therapeutic method.
Mental health disorders and addictions are nothing to be ashamed of. They affect individuals in each demographic, including gender, age, and socioeconomic class.
Individuals, families, and communities can be affected. We do not choose whether we develop a mental health disorder or not.
However, we do get to choose what we do about it.
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Reasons to Seek Individual Therapy for Addiction
There are many different reasons to seek individual therapy for addiction.
It can help you identify damaging thought patterns, behaviors, coping mechanisms, and triggers.
It can help you improve your communication skills, repair damaged relationships, and understand yourself better.
It can help you improve both of your disorders. You deserve to get the help you need. You deserve to live a healthier and happier life.
Each year, more than a million people in the world commit suicide. Suicide is closely linked to substance abuse.
Studies show that people who abuse or are dependent on alcohol or drugs attempt suicide almost six times more than individuals who do not abuse these substances.
Many lives are cut short due to untreated mental health disorders and uncontrollable addictions.
When your mental health is putting you at risk, it is time to seek help right away.
Common Signs of a Dual Diagnosis
With hundreds of potential dual diagnosis combinations, it can be challenging to outline each one’s symptoms and signs. But addictions are less ambiguous, and many common signs of mental illness are similar to others.
When you have a mental health disorder, your thoughts may feel cloudy, confused, or unfocused. Substance abuse does nothing to help this mental fogginess.
It can be difficult to identify or narrow down the problem without professional help. This roadblock tempts many individuals to sweep their problems under the rug rather than facing them head-on.
As a result, each problem will only get worse as time goes on. If you think that you may have a mental health disorder but are unsure, we can help with a free mental health assessment.
In the meantime, here are some of the most common signs of mental illness to look out for:
- Periods of sadness or feeling isolated for more than two weeks at a time
- Suicidal thoughts
- Taking risks or engaging in other uncharacteristic activities and behaviors
- Fear without understanding why
- Drastic or otherwise troubling mood shifts
- Trouble falling or staying asleep
- Difficulty concentrating
What Can Individual Therapy for Addiction Help With?
In individual therapy addiction treatment programs, we discuss your substance abuse disorders. We also discuss the important relationships in your life, work, school, and other factors contributing to your mental health concerns.
Whether these factors improve or deteriorate your mental health, creating a well-rounded picture of your current life helps us and you better understand your condition.
It will also help identify what needs to be done to improve it. As we evaluate your concerns, it will become easier to see how to overcome them.
We help you identify and treat various conditions that may co-exist with your addiction. Generalized anxiety disorder, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder are among the most common disorders that often co-occur with addiction.
We help you understand why you feel, react, or behave in certain ways.
We also help you understand the ways that your addiction and mental health disorder are worsening each other.
Understanding is the first step in overcoming. Our free mental health assessment tools will help you understand. Our individual therapy for addiction allows the healing to begin.
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Changing Damaging Thought and Behavior Patterns in Rehab
Whether you choose inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab, or a supplemental care program that lands somewhere between, changing damaging thought and behavior patterns will be a significant focus.
Troubling thoughts and behaviors are one of the primary concerns for most of our patients.
The ripple effect of an untreated mental health disorder may not be obvious at first, but they will be later.
Certain mental illnesses are linked to higher risks of detrimental physical health conditions, such as cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
Additional complications will arise from your substance abuse. Both issues are strongly linked to mental and physical health concerns and societal concerns — like unemployment.
Individual therapy for addiction can help you overcome your mental health obstacles. Use our therapeutic methods to end the ripple effect, build healthy habits, and develop effective coping mechanisms.
At Emerald Isle, we help you learn, heal, and grow.
What to Expect During Individual Therapy for Addiction
Initially, we focus on gathering information.
We talk about the current state of your physical and mental health to help build and evaluate your goals. We talk about any concerns you may have regarding individual therapy and what to expect.
Treat this meeting as an open, honest, and friendly conversation. There is no judgment here, and there are no wrong answers. The first meeting is often the hardest.
As you get to know your therapist and get to know you, you will become more comfortable.
Individual therapy sessions will help you understand your concerns, underlying issues, and how to address each of these things so that you can move forward.
We also help you develop more positive and healthy thought patterns, effectively improving your moods.
As a result, you will be able to mend fences, find peace and clarity, and improve your life in different ways.
Other Therapeutic Remedies in Addiction Treatments
Our addiction treatments at Emerald Isle make use of a variety of proven and research-backed therapeutic methods.
Family therapy, group therapy, and support groups are beneficial treatment methods frequently used. These methods provide many effective and unique benefits.
You will have a safe and comfortable space and the guidance of a dedicated professional. You can listen, mend, and gain a better understanding of your loved ones.
You can share stories and support with others on the same journey. You will find clarity.
Paying for Individual Therapy for Addiction
Most major health insurance providers offer some amount of coverage for addiction treatments.
Individual therapy for addiction is often included in this coverage.
If you are unsure of the amount of coverage your provider offers, please call our treatment specialists.
They will perform a fast and free insurance verification for you.
We accept payments from most major health insurance providers, including Medicaid.
They can also outline alternative payment options if you do not have insurance.
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The Emerald Isle Difference
Emerald Isle has multiple luxurious facilities for convenient access,.
We offer an incredible backdrop in Arizona, a range of treatment programs to choose from, and dedicated teams that give everything they have to improve the lives of patients and their families.
Individual therapy for addiction is an effective and important addiction treatment method.
Call today to schedule your free mental health assessment and learn more about your options.