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WestBridge Shares Their Perspective When Treating Dual Diagnosis

July 25, 2016

In this short video, WestBridge staff members and clinicians define co-occurring disorders as when an individual is experiencing both symptoms of mental health and substance use disorders together—also known as Dual Diagnosis.

An individual’s history, mental health diagnoses, and medications are taken into account to determine which team-based interventions would be most effective to facilitate their recovery.  WestBridge has prescribers are well, who educate participants on medication and symptoms management and how to limit potential risks through therapeutic techniques. They believe that through evidence-based therapies, effective use of medication,  and by empowering wellness through lifestyle changes can boost the workings of the treatments to advance an participant's ability to maintain their sobriety.

Click here to learn more about dual diagnosis treatment at WestBridge.

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