Online Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders
CTI specializes in providing an online community to treat all forms of mental health.
What are Co-Occuring Disorders?
Those who have substance use disorders as well as mental health disorders are diagnosed as having co-occurring disorders, or what’s often referred to as dual disorders or a dual diagnosis. When a substance use disorder and a psychiatric disorder are co-occurring, they can often differ in severity, and the severity of each disorder can also change over a period of time. Patients with a combination of disorders may experience more intense challenges and in return, demand longer periods of treatment.
Symptoms of Co-Occurring Disorders:
Euphoria Moodiness Paranoia Depression Forgetfulness Decreased appetite Social Withdrawal Inability to sleep Sweaty Palms Hyperactivity Nausea & Vomiting Irregular Heartbeat A common characteristic of someone suffering a mental health diagnosis, is also suffering from a “Co-occurring” behavioral diagnosis such as substance abuse, gambling addiction, and sexual promiscuity. CTI’s specialized treatment modalities provide wrap around services for both mental health and its behavioral symptoms. These services include, but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Relapse prevention strategies, trauma informed counseling, individual therapy, and individual psychiatry.