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Depressive Episode Treatment

Due to its very nature, depressive episodes significantly reduce the quality of an individual’s life and can lead to drug and alcohol addiction.

Considering this, treatment must be sought if an individual is to overcome the many ramifications that come hand-in-hand with depressive episodes and substance addiction.

Depressive Episode Treatment

If you suffer from depressive episodes and drug and alcohol addiction, and find yourself ready to obtain treatment, we can provide you with just that here at Asana Lodge.

Offering dual diagnosis treatment on an inpatient basis, we are confident that with our help, you will have the ability to mitigate the impact depressive episodes and addiction have on your life once and for all.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment At Asana Lodge

At Asana Lodge, our depressive episode treatments focus on healing the mind and body.  From psychological therapy to well-being therapy, our dual diagnosis treatment is industry-leading.

Offering you the time you need to rest, reset and recover from depressive episodes, your time in our residential rehab will equip you with many physical and psychological resources.

Not only will these resources ensure that you can manage your addiction and depressive episodes, but they will guarantee that you can identify any triggers that could see you at greater risk of suffering from relapse in the future.

At Asana Lodge, we understand that a lack of understanding regarding depressive episode and addiction treatment may have seen you previously delay seeking treatment.

With this in mind, we have provided insight into the treatment that is often incorporated into dual diagnosis treatment programmes at our rehab below.


Psychological Therapy

Consisting of traditional forms of therapy that will see you discuss how depressive episodes and addiction impact your day-to-day life, psychological therapy forms the basis of all of our dual diagnosis treatment programmes.

Regardless of whether you are offered cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, or abuse counselling, psychological therapy will help you decipher what causes you to encounter depressive episodes which fuel your addiction.


Well-Being Therapy

In addition to incorporating psychological therapy into our dual diagnosis treatment programmes, at Asana Lodge, we will encourage you to embrace a range of well-being therapies during your time in our residential centre.

Combined with psychological therapy, well-being therapy will ensure that you secure a unified recovery.  Well-being therapy will also enable you to reflect on your struggles and find ways to relax.

Furthermore, well-being therapy will offer you insight into a wealth of non-traditional coping strategies that can be employed well beyond your time in our centre.


Satori Chair Therapy

A highly effective form of treatment, satori chair therapy helps many struggling with depressive episodes and addiction to overcome pessimistic thoughts and feelings that are often encountered at the height of depressive episodes.

Employing music and spoken words, satori chair therapy will see you enter a meditative state that will help you restore your mental well-being.

Please note that you may not encounter all of the therapies mentioned above if you attend our residential rehab for dual diagnosis treatment.  This is because we will only ever administer treatment that we believe will benefit you.

If you would like to find out more about the treatment you are likely to undergo in our rehab, please contact our admissions team directly.


Contact Us Today

If you find yourself struggling with both addiction and depressive episodes and now wish to secure dual diagnosis treatment, please contact us today.

We can ensure that you are able to commence treatment within a short time frame.

To contact us, call us on 01908 489 421 or email




Frequently Asked Questions

At Asana Lodge, we hope that the information provided above will offer you greater insight into dual diagnosis treatment.

However, should you wish to obtain more information about dual diagnosis treatment, we have answered some of our frequently asked questions below.

How Will I Know If I Require Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

When dual diagnosis treatment is required, many signs and symptoms will arise and gradually take their toll on your physical and mental well-being. The symptoms you may experience if you require dual diagnosis treatment include feeling increasingly unhappy, feeling sad, feeling hopeless, reduced self-esteem, isolation from others and fatigue. It is possible that you will experience many additional symptoms that essentially highlight that you need to seek treatment. If you are concerned that you struggle with depressive episodes and addiction but are unsure whether you need to secure treatment, our admissions team can assist you.

What Are The Dual Diagnosis Treatments?

As outlined above, there are various types of dual diagnosis treatments readily available for you to take advantage of should you need to. Here at Asana Lodge, our dual diagnosis treatment consists of psychological therapy, well-being therapy, Satori Chair Therapy and stress management. Regardless of the dual diagnosis treatment provided during your time in our rehab, you can rest assured knowing that you will have the support you need to overcome your depressive episodes.

How Long Does Dual Diagnosis Treatment Take To Complete?

If you are considering attending our residential drug and alcohol rehab for dual diagnosis treatment, you may want to ascertain how long it will take you to complete treatment before committing to the treatment programme. Although treatment programmes usually span 28-days, it is difficult to determine how long you will need to undergo dual diagnosis treatment for. This is because the severity of your depressive episodes and your addiction will need to be reviewed before treatment is administered. While we cannot say exactly how long treatment will take to complete, we can offer you an indication of how long you may be required to stay in our rehab for when you contact us to discuss our treatment options.

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