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Depression Treatment

A woman in a depression treatment programSubstance use disorders rarely, if ever, occur in a vacuum. On many occasions, a person’s drug or alcohol abuse stems from profound life stressors or even an underlying mental illness. In the latter case, co-occurring disorders treatment may be necessary. The reality is that behavioral health and mental health are completely intertwined. Substance abuse and mental illness should therefore be treated at the same time for the greatest chance of lasting recovery. For an exemplary depression treatment program and other great mental health and addiction recovery offerings, contact Apex Recovery. We’re available at (877) 881-2689 or you can reach out to us online.

How Can the Depression Treatment Support My Recovery?

The question of whether depression leads to substance abuse or the other way around is complex. Evidence suggests that both directions of cause-and-effect are possible. Genetic and environmental factors often play a role in both issues as well. At the end of the day, however, the most important thing to keep in mind is that when both addiction and mental illness are present, they should be treated simultaneously in order to achieve the best possible results.

Simply helping someone get free from, say, a stimulant addiction, may help for a while. However, underlying feelings of worthlessness or disengagement with life can drive them back into using later on. Similarly, if a person has a longstanding physical addiction to a substance, even very high-quality mental health counseling administered by itself may not help them break the chemical cycle of addiction.

At Apex Recovery, we subscribe to a dual diagnosis approach, which has proven most effective in treatment. Many of our addiction recovery patients come to us with an underlying mental health concern. Our experienced therapists work to identify these needs and then treat them in concert with addiction recovery proceedings.

What Kinds of Offerings Can I Expect From a Depression Therapy Program?

At the depression treatment center at Apex Recovery, we can incorporate a range of supportive offerings, such as:

  • Monitored detox services to help your body rid itself of addictive substances safely and with minimal discomfort during withdrawal
  • Effective counseling interventions including acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, EMDR, hypnosis, and person-centered therapy
  • Group therapy that creates opportunities for healthy community-building and relating, accountability to self and others, and judgment-free support
  • Family therapy that sets the stage for long-lasting positive change in your life after rehab
  • Holistic offerings such as acupuncture, massage therapy, meditative therapy, and music therapy
  • Nutrition counseling to ensure your body and brain have the basic building blocks to function well and thrive

Depression is a complex illness affecting millions of people with and without a substance use component in tow. Our staff strives to provide education and well-informed care surrounding the many factors that play into depression. Everything from family background and history of trauma to chemical imbalances due can contribute to this mental health concern. Our detail-oriented clinicians do all they can to get to the root of the issue in order to provide resources and treatment that will last a lifetime.

Get Help at the Depression Treatment Center at Apex Recovery Today

While depression can feel overwhelming, it’s also incredibly common. There is absolutely nothing abnormal about coping with depression for a short or prolonged part of your life. With these facts in mind, do remember that you are not alone if you or a loved one is struggling. Many others are facing similar experiences and many more are also grappling with substance use disorders. You and your loved ones are worthy of top-quality support today and always. Call (877) 881-2689 or reach out online to speak to team members from Apex Recovery today.

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