If you suffer from a mental disorder such as depression or anxiety and live in South Florida, you may have wondered if you could find psychiatric care in Delray Beach. A serious mental disorder should be treated and not left alone. They are negative diseases that come with all sorts of symptoms. So, people may resort to drug use in order to hide those symptoms. This can cause even worse problems because the drugs and mental disorders complement each other and eventually make things worse for the individual affected.
All of these conditions require appropriate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment if there is to be a successful recovery. Delray Beach psychiatry can be found through The Delray Therapeutic Model. In order to begin recovery, you must see a psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment options, sometimes including medications. If drug use comes into the picture its best to attend treatment in order to treat both disorders.
You will be saving your health, your job, family, and everything else by becoming sober. And/or, taking care of your mental disorder. But the doctors and counselors aren’t able to do this on their own with just medication. These treatments must require you to be serious. And work through the steps and plans given and taught to you in order to receive the most effective treatment. You can’t do things halfway in Delray Beach psychiatry, this also applies to leave an addiction behind brought on by the mental disease.
Even though treating two disorders at the same time is even tougher and requires more effort, it is very possible.
If you’d like more information on what The Delray Therapeutic Model and our other psychiatric care services can do for you, don’t hesitate to call or email us, you will be glad you did.
Since 2003, the Delray Center for Healing has provided exceptional psychiatric and therapeutic care for mental health, eating, and substance use disorders. To learn more about our philosophy and treatment approach, download our free e-book, “Psychiatry Redefined,” written by our founder and medical director, Raul J. Rodriguez, MD.