Dual Diagnosis

Women's Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions frequently go hand in hand. It is estimated that up to 80% of young women who suffer from addiction are also afflicted with an anxiety disorder, depression, psychosis, or other mental health condition. Women are also more prone to eating disorders and self-harm than are men. Diagnosing and treating these conditions is crucial to restoring a young woman to health and make it possible to achieve lasting recovery. Unattended, mental health problems can exacerbate a woman's negative self-image, damage relationships, create emotional instability, lead to resistance in treatment, and significantly increases the risk for relapse.

Turnbridge clinicians continually assess each woman to identify any co-occurring mental health issues and design a personalized dual diagnosis treatment program to address them. Using CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and DBT (dialectic behavioral therapy) in addition to complimentary modalities, our therapists help young women understand the conditions affecting their mental health and worldview and work to lead a life free from their symptoms.