Anxiety Disorder Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Many individuals struggling with anxiety disorders such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder also suffer from conditions such as depression, addiction, eating disorders, or post-traumatic stress disorder. These conditions can all serve as major anxiety disorder triggers for relapse and left untreated, will usually prevent a successful recovery. Anxiety disorders, especially Panic Disorder, can worsen over time and cause severe psychological damage. When multiple conditions or disorders exist for a patient, this is considered to be a dual or multiple diagnosis situation. Proper diagnosis and treatment is essential. At the Delray Center for Healing, we recognize the complexities of identifying and treating clients with multiple conditions and disorders. We offer a specialized and comprehensive approach to treatment incorporating input from our multi-disciplined team of Doctors and Therapists and the very latest in medical science. Each unique treatment program is tailored to the needs of the client, not the condition or disorder, providing for a simultaneous and complete recovery. Treatment is incorporated into a fully comprehensive outpatient anxiety disorder program.

The Anxiety Disorder Dual Diagnosis Treatment includes the following benefits:

  • Every client receives individual attention from a specialized treatment team of highly qualified and experienced professionals
  • All programs are designed to flow seamlessly into our aftercare programs
  • Clients have access to a full range of services that address all of their physical, mental and spiritual needs
  • Delray Center clients that have completed one of our comprehensive programs experience a high rate of long-term success

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    - John