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Dual Diagnosis Program

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Dual diagnosis is the term used by behavioral health professionals to describe a person who suffers from both a mental illness and substance abuse disorder. Studies have shown that people with dual diagnoses are more likely to relapse if they only receive mental health treatment for one of their disorders. At Connection Wellness Group, we believe in treating the whole person, not just one aspect of their illness. Our dual diagnosis treatment in Texas is designed to help our clients heal from their mental health and substance use disorders so that they can live healthy, productive lives.

With locations throughout the Dallas – Fort Worth metropolitan area, Connections Wellness group offers conveniently located behavioral health services. Additionally, tele-health options ensure that Texas residents who face transportation or scheduling challenges can also receive services in many cases.

Call 940.360.4245 to learn more about the Connections Wellness Group’s dual diagnosis chemical dependency program (DDCD).

What Is the DDCD Program?

The Connections Wellness Group’s dual diagnosis chemical dependency program is a therapeutic intervention designed to address the substance use disorder issues that have come about as a result of another diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health disorder. Connection Wellness Group uses a holistic approach that includes and respects the struggles that are individual to the patient and helps them to build a lasting and effective recovery process.

What to Expect from the DDCD Program

Patients who enter our program can expect to be welcomed into services by highly qualified professionals considered top in their field, beginning in the admissions process and continuing through to discharge. Patients will receive treatment interventions designed around their personal needs and implemented using empirically proven counseling techniques and strategies. Finally, patients of the Connections Wellness Group’s dual diagnosis chemical dependency program can expect to be given the dignity and respect that all people are due throughout their time of service with us.

Who Can Benefit from the DDCD Program?

Any person 18 or older experiencing negative consequences from substance use, abuse, or dependency can benefit from our program. Substance use disorder frequently occurs in conjunction with mental health disorders. It is vitally important that these maladaptive behaviors be treated together in one setting to bring about overall wellness and recovery. These conditions can reinforce one another if not treated simultaneously and with the utmost care.

What Sets Connections Wellness Group’s DDCD Program apart from the Rest?

Connections Wellness Group uses a seamless system of services so the patient’s biological, psychological, and social needs can be addressed efficiently and effectively, beginning in admissions and reaching beyond discharge with our extensive network of private practice therapists for continued individual therapy and medication management.

Additionally, Connections Wellness Group has experienced therapists with a wide array of expertise, so patients are not expected to conform to one or two modalities of care. Our therapists are trained and certified in SMART recovery facilitation and techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, relapse process prevention, dialectical behavior therapy, and many others.

Connections Wellness Group: Your Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center in Texas

If you or a loved one are struggling with a dual diagnosis, know that you are not alone. The staff at Connections Wellness Group is here to help you through this difficult time. We understand how mental health disorders and substance use disorders intertwine and influence each other, and we are experienced in addressing these complex issues.

We offer comprehensive services that are designed to meet your unique needs, and we are committed to helping you achieve lasting sobriety and mental health. Contact us today at 940.360.4245 to learn more about our program and how we can help you on your journey to recovery.