The Sober Partners Approach

Our focus at Orange County’s Sober Partners Network is the treatment of drug and alcohol abuse, but we can never exclude the fact the many of our clients come to us diagnosed with co-occurring disorders. Dual diagnosis of co-occurring disorders with substance use disorders refers to other mental disorders that pair with drug and alcohol addictions.

Some believe the substance use disorder comes first; others believe the substances worsen pre-existing disorders. Regardless of the chicken-egg scenario, symptoms of these disorders can be treated when diagnosed adequately at our Huntington Beach rehab.

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Fortunately, when a client begins a life of sobriety, many symptoms of these disorders can disappear. All new clients at Sober Partners’ dual diagnosis rehab in Huntington Beach receive an initial evaluation from our licensed therapists upon arrival. In addition, medical staff performs a physical exam in order to help design a treatment strategy that best suits individual client needs.

With plans tailored to each patients’ mental health condition, our Huntington Beach rehab centers see significant success rates.

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Therapy Given in Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Every unique diagnosis requires unique therapy and treatment. And for each mental illness, Sober Partners has a dual diagnosis treatment program to meet its needs.

Most talk therapies can be done in an individual, family, or group therapy setting. We currently have programs that deal with anger management, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, marriage counseling, parenting, eating disorders, gambling, hoarding, sex addiction, as well as many others.

Our counselors and rehab facilities in Orange County may include some of the below psychodynamic therapies to better a range of mental health issues:

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a common form of talk therapy that helps patients become aware of negative behavioral patterns. Once aware, the patient can then actively work on bettering their behavioral health related to drug addiction. CBT can be very helpful from disorders including major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety disorders, and many more.

Dialectical Behavior therapy (DBT) is actually a type of CBT that has an emphasis on social situations. Some people may be more prone to triggers regarding drub abuse in social situations. This can very much be seen in peer pressur