Recurrent Depressive Disorder Treatment
Across the country, 3 in 100 people sadly struggle with a form of depression every single day. One of the most common forms of depression that millions of people find themselves victim to is recurrent depressive disorder. Those who suffer with recurrent depressive disorder also commonly have a drug or alcohol addiction as a way to self-medicate. For those with both issues, dual diagnosis treatment is recommended at Asana Lodge.
This particular form of depression may not be experienced at all times. However, many individuals find that they repeatedly experience bouts of low self-esteem and impaired mental health.
The Treatment Available For Recurrent Depressive Disorder
If you find yourself struggling with recurrent depressive disorder and addiction, you may be unaware that there is a wealth of treatment available to support you in alleviating the ramifications that your disorder has on your physical and psychological health. Sadly, this is likely to have seen you delay treatment, which could have caused your disorder to amplify.
To help you understand the recurrent depressive disorder treatment that is readily available for you to take advantage of at our rehab, we have outlined the treatment typically offered for recurrent depressive disorder and addiction below.
At Asana Lodge, we offer many traditional and non-traditional psychological therapies to those who find themselves struggling with recurrent depressive disorder and addiction.
Typically, our psychological therapy is conducted on a one-to-one and group basis. One-to-one therapy will encourage you to understand the causes of your recurrent depressive disorder and substance abuse. It will also help you determine how you can alleviate the impact they have had on many aspects of your life.
In contrast, group therapy will help you understand how recurrent depressive disorder and addiction has impacted the lives of others. In addition to the above, here at Asana Lodge, we provide several industry-leading treatments, including Satori Chair Therapy to our clients.
Satori Chair Therapy has proven to be an exceptionally beneficial form of recovery treatment as it encourages the brain’s chemical balance to realign. In turn, healthy behaviours and thoughts can be developed.
Understanding that psychological therapy alone cannot help an individual recover from recurrent depressive disorder and addiction, we also incorporate well-being therapy into our recurrent dual diagnosis treatment programmes.
Unlike psychological therapy, well-being therapy will see you participate in meditation, art therapy, and sauna therapy.
If our medical team thinks that you may require medication to assist you in your recovery, we will provide you with a prescription for antidepressants.
Attending Asana Lodge For Dual Diagnosis Treatment
At Asana Lodge, we take great pride in ensuring that our treatment effectively heals both the body and mind. With this in mind, should you attend our private residential rehab for dual diagnosis treatment, you will find that our treatment embodies a holistic approach.
Irrespective of the treatment you are offered for your recurrent depressive disorder, you can rest assured knowing that you will have the support and guidance you need to make a long-term recovery.
While attending a residential rehab may not have crossed your mind when you began your search for treatment, residential rehabilitation treatment comes hand-in-hand with many benefits.
For example, residential treatment will ensure that you can obtain around the clock care. Attending a residential rehab will also offer you the chance to focus solely on your recurrent depressive disorder and substance addiction treatment.
Contact Us Today For Dual Diagnosis Treatment
If you are ready to commence dual diagnosis treatment, please do not hesitate to contact us. While we understand that the thought of starting treatment may cause you to feel apprehensive, we are here to support you every step of the way.
Likewise, if you would like to find out more about our dual diagnosis treatment or establish whether you require treatment, please contact us on 01908 489 421.