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If you or a loved one is struggling with psychological disorders due to drug and/or alcohol addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We’re here to help.
MORE ABOUT OUR DUAL DIAGNOSIS PROGRAMS
Nirvana’s Recovery believes that trauma work and trauma-informed care is the best way to go from coping to living fully and freely without depending on drugs or alcohol.
Trauma-informed therapy recognizes a person’s substance use to cope with overwhelming emotions and intrusive memories of feeling unsafe or threatened. Safety is the priority in a trauma-informed approach. A trauma-informed therapist develops a way to help the client manage triggering flashbacks or overwhelming responses before exploring how trauma has played a role in the person’s life. The therapist works gradually while helping a person find personal resources and connections with supportive people.
Recovery empowers individuals to handle situations that are triggered using behavior before. Nirvana Recovery trauma-informed therapy for mental health and substance abuse involves:
Creating a respectful, compassionate, and safe arena for doing the work.
- Fostering an understanding of the link between underlying mental health related issues, such as trauma and mood disorders and the course of addictions.
- Supporting self-compassion and self-respect to counteract the shame and guilt that is the inevitable by-product of a person’s experience with addiction and underlying experience with mental health issues and trauma.
- Help individuals develop their own healthy solutions to the problems that they have identified.
More About Did You Know?
- About 1 in 20 adolescents, 1 in 6 young adults, and 1 in 14 adults aged 26 or older were classified to be in need of substance use treatment in the past year.
- The percentage of adults aged 18 or older with a mental health diagnosis in 2021 was highest among young adults aged 18 to 25 (33.7% or 11.3 million people), followed by adults aged 26 to 49 (28.1% or 28.8 million people), then by adults aged 50 or older (15.0% or 17.7 million people).
This speaks to the important work that we do here at Nirvana Recovery identifying the mental illness that is underlying most individual’s addictions.
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In a Relaxed Setting
Our counselors help clients gain insight into the disease of alcoholism and educate them on why alcoholism is not a choice but a medical disorder. One-on-one counseling gives clients the psychological tools they need to develop a stronger sense of self-esteem necessary to complete their recovery program.