DUAL DIAGNOSIS
PROGRAM

Most people diagnosed with a substance use disorder often suffer from a psychological or physical condition that is co-occurring. This is referred to as a dual diagnosis.
Individuals with a dual diagnosis need a comprehensive treatment plan that discusses both physical health issues as well as mental health issues that are linked.

OUR DUAL DIAGNOSIS  Program is developed for such cases and is divided into two categories:

Psychiatric
Problem

Addictions are complicated multi-faceted conditions that need multi-dimensional care. This is where the need for a psychiatrist comes. The mental disorder that has been developed only because of addiction can be treated by a psychiatrist and the tools of a rehab center. Medications are prescribed as per the patient’s present mental and internal conditions. You will reap the benefit of a psychologist within this treatment unit, presenting you with a wider range of individualized services and therapies.

Addiction
Problem

Addiction is characterized as a chronic disease affecting the functions of reward, motivation, and memory of the brain. Anyone with an addiction will be seeking for a drug or other behavioral patterns. To fulfill or support their desires, they will often ignore other areas of life.
One can confirm if they are addicted or not by the following signs and symptoms-
1. Uncontrolled or unable to stay away from a drug or actions.
2. Reduced socialization, such as giving up responsibilities and avoiding relations.
3. External results, such as signs of withdrawal and an elevated dose of impact.
We have developed two different types of a recovery program for the addiction problem:

  • PRIMARY RECOVERY
    PROGRAM
    (144 DAYS)
  • SECONDARY RECOVERY
    PROGRAM
    (28 DAYS)​
PHASE 1 – DETOXIFICATION AND OBSERVATION (28 DAYS)

A controlled cycle of detoxification is started, monitored by a team of doctors and nurses. If this has been done effectively, the person is ready to begin their recovery program.
There are several styles of detoxification procedures that provide dependency assistance. These include the following:
– inpatient diagnosis
– outpatient diagnosis
– Extended treatment and support group at the local level
– Addiction counseling
– Medical attention

Detoxification includes medical treatment for at least 28 days. During the visit, medical care and a structured program comprising of occupational sessions and recreational activities will be provided to the client throughout the clock.

PHASE 2: COUNSELLING, THERAPIES, THERAPEUTIC LIVING AND HOLISTIC ACTIVITIES (92 DAYS)

The primary purpose of addiction counseling and therapy is to address the underlying factors of the condition to prevent relapse. Although detox is a vital component of recovery because it helps people overcome withdrawal and relieves cravings, it does nothing to fix the conditions that first contributed to drug abuse.
Therapeutic living is an environment where people with drug disorders work together in an orderly and controlled atmosphere to promote change in healing and social reintegration. It is the primary agent of change for treatment. Our clients stay in a home-like atmosphere when learning and implementing the vocabulary and tools needed for sustained rehabilitation. Each patient here is liable to each other for their recovery. Because addiction is an anxiety disorder, the Therapeutic Living Model is effective in breaking down these barriers to allow patients to have a positive relationship with their view of self, others, and the Lord.

Holistic exercise therapy combines traditional and alternative therapies for infection prevention and treatment and, most significantly, for optimal health promotion. This holistic health state is described as the limitless and unimpeded free flow of energy from life force through body, mind, and spirit. Holistic treatment is beneficial because it involves all aspects of your dependence. Not only can you seek treatment in a supportive environment for your physical health without also receiving care for your mental health.

PHASE 3: FOLLOW UP, MOTIVATION, RELAPSE PREVENTION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (24 DAYS)

Follow-up is typically the most important component in rehabilitation for addiction. Here, we follow up with the patient by understanding what the patient has learned from us and how he will implement the knowledge in his life of daily basis and motivate them to do something better in life that will not only help them a better person but also make the society proud of them.

Relapse prevention is a form of coping-focused psychotherapy and psycho-education that aims at teaching substance and alcohol-dependent individuals coping skills to help them reduce the recurrence of drug and/or alcohol usage.

The skill development program is an effective way for patients to build, fine-tune and exercise abilities to work outside the environment and be able to deal with stressors to avoid potential relapses. Such classes, paired with adequate knowledge, provide participants with the ability to apply their expertise to a successful recovery.

Here we work on a single phase of treatment that is a particular process for the addiction recovery in which we follow the mentioned steps-

1. WITHDRAWL MANAGEMENT / DETOXIFICATION UNDER CONSULTED GENERAL PHYSICIAN

A controlled cycle of detoxification is started, monitored by a team of doctors and nurses. If this has been done effectively, the person is ready to begin their recovery program.

2. BASIC COUNSELLING ABOUT SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS.

The primary purpose of counseling is to address the underlying factors of the condition to prevent relapse. A scheduled, organized conversation between a therapist and a client is the counseling phase. It is a collaborative method in which our licensed counselor helps a client recognize the causes of issues or concerns that they are experiencing.

3.ART OF LIVING THERAPY (YOGA, MEDITATION, COLOUR ME CALM )

As the program’s name suggests, it’s all about joy. The program gives you all realistic knowledge and personal experience to live your life peacefully, and that involves skills to be safe, secure, productive, compassionate and a responsible person, as all these are conditions to be truly happy.
When you think about the advantages of doing the course and following the learned strategies, then the answer to this question could be an endless list. To sum up, though, some of the benefits: it helps deal with stress, increase peace of mind, and enhancing your overall physical, cognitive, and emotional health, and we can discuss that with you from our own experience and research we’ve been through.

4. ADAPTED 12 STEP PROGRAM FOR ADDICTION / ALCOHOLISM RECOVERY.

Alcoholics Anonymous members developed the 12 Steps to provide criteria for the right way to overcome alcohol addiction. In its early years, the curriculum achieved enough traction for other opioid support groups to tailor the steps to their own needs.

Although the 12 steps are focused on religion, the plan is extremely helpful by many non-religious people. The terminology illustrates God’s nature as each individual recognizes him, providing for various interpretations and religious beliefs.

5. GROUP THERAPY

The recovery begins with counseling and detoxification and continues through various phases such as group therapy and family therapy.
Group therapy aims to provide details of the effects involved with dependence.
Sharing past and present-related emotions such as guilt and shame may support the recognition and healing of the affected person.
In a group therapy session, an addict will relate or listen to stories and other information about the root of dependence, how to prevent causes and how to lead a sober life effectively.
Duration of therapy – Weeks to months.

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