Dealing with anxiety can be challenging for anyone, but even more so when you are also struggling with the effects of a substance use disorder. These two conditions can affect one another making both more difficult to manage. Addiction and anxiety disorder treatment at Crossroads provides comprehensive care that empowers clients to take control of their health and well-being and make the most of each day in recovery. From residential treatment for women to outpatient therapy for both men and women, clients can find the help they need to remember who they wanted to be and thrive in recovery.
Treating anxiety is an integral part of addressing addiction. The stress, nervousness, and worry that anxiety induces can directly affect substance use. Some people turn to drugs or alcohol as a way of trying to self-medicate and alleviate the symptoms they feel. However, these substances can end up having the opposite effect and increase feelings of anxiety instead. This vicious cycle can be hard to break, but Crossroads equips clients with the knowledge and strategies they need to better manage their recovery. There are many natural and holistic ways of coping with anxiety as well as cravings from addiction. Crossroads provides a safe, therapeutic environment for healing.
Treating Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders at Crossroads
As an addiction treatment center, Crossroads offers customized dual diagnosis treatment. All clients undergo a thorough assessment upon arrival to evaluate their current health and well-being and identify any mental health disorders that may be present in addition to substance use disorders. This allows clients to partner with their care team to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses their individual needs. Treating anxiety is incorporated into daily counseling and therapy sessions as well as the wellness services and recreational activities clients participate in.
Addiction and anxiety disorder treatment at Crossroads is gender-responsive to address the different ways that women and men are affected by, respond to, and recover from addiction and mental health disorders. Trauma-informed care is also used to treat underlying trauma issues that may be impacting these co-occurring disorders. Throughout treatment, clients learn how addiction and anxiety affect one another and develop personalized approaches for dealing with challenges. Clients are able to figure out what works best for their recovery and lasting recovery.
There is not a single solution for treating anxiety and addiction; it is a process that involves many different approaches and activities. Clients at Crossroads may engage in any combination of:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Family therapy and programs
- Relationship building activities
- 12-Step work
- Wellness services
- Recreational activities
- Complementary therapy
Clients are able to work through issues related to addiction, anxiety, and recovery through diverse therapies while also learning strategies to manage stress, deal with challenging situations, reduce temptation, and create a healthier environment that supports long-term recovery. Activities such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, equine therapy, and exercise benefit both physical and mental health.
Addiction and anxiety disorder treatment at Crossroads meets clients where they are at in their recovery journey and provides the personalized care necessary to keep moving forward. The clinical team is trained to treat both substance use and mental health disorders, providing the comprehensive support women and men need for effective recovery.
Anxiety does not have to control your life and derail your recovery efforts. Treating anxiety as part of your addiction treatment program can help you to create a more balanced lifestyle in recovery and feel more confident about your future. Don’t let anxiety and addiction make you forget who you wanted to be – find yourself again at Crossroads.