Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
People struggling with destructive behaviors like substance abuse and disordered eating often have one or more psychiatric conditions, known as co-occurring disorders or a dual diagnosis. At The Ranch mental health and alcohol and drug rehab, each client takes part in thorough behavioral health assessments to ensure that all substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health disorders, and compulsive behaviors are diagnosed and treated. Clients learn to manage their symptoms through traditional and alternative therapies as well as research-backed medication (as clinically appropriate).
Treated at: Tennessee, Pennsylvania and Mississippi
For clients needing to eliminate drugs or alcohol from their bodies, we offer onsite medical detox. Our medical staff makes sure drug detox is safe and as comfortable as possible with research-backed medications to ease withdrawal symptoms and round-the-clock care.
Inpatient Co-Occurring Treatment
Our residential treatment for co-occurring disorders helps clients address mental health and substance use issues in a supportive, immersive environment. Clients live in home-like residences alongside peers and participate in full days of treatment activities.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
Our outpatient program helps clients reintegrate into their day-to-day lives by addressing triggers that arise within their jobs, families and social lives. They build on the healthy coping skills they learned in residential treatment and get support from treatment professionals and peers with similar struggles.
Following treatment, clients get continued support to strengthen their recovery. Each client leaves our programs with a comprehensive aftercare plan that may include appointments with addiction and mental health professionals, outpatient treatment and support groups. We also have active alumni programs that clients may participate in.
Therapies Commonly Used
Meet regularly with an individual therapist to address underlying behavioral and emotional issues.
Education on the disease of addiction, medications used, and different medical and mental health conditions.
Psychiatric Services and Medication Management
Meet with our medical team to address psychiatric issues and learn about medications and relapse prevention.
Built upon a sense of community and purpose, this is a 12-step/Big Book approach to recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Explore the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviors and gain control over emotions and actions.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Identify and change destructive thoughts and behaviors with an emphasis on mindfulness, regulating emotions and improving interpersonal skills.