Co-occurring mental health treatment
At Manor Clinic, we understand that addictions often go hand-in-hand with a range of mental health conditions, which can underpin and exacerbate an individuals’ substance abuse or compulsive behaviours. As such, we are able to provide specialist treatment for additional mental health problems, when these co-exist alongside a primary addiction diagnosis. These include:
- Bipolar disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
How can Manor Clinic help with co-occurring mental health treatment?
We are proud to be able to offer our patients the comprehensive and all-encompassing care they need to rebuild their lives and give them the chance to leave their addiction and mental health issues in the past. We understand that long-term sobriety is best achieved when it is not compromised by untreated mental health symptoms, and we are committed to helping each and every individual that we support to learn effective coping skills to manage their emotional difficulties, without resorting to the use of alcohol and/or drugs.
Treatment for co-occurring mental health conditions at Manor Clinic takes place as part of our comprehensive Addiction Treatment Programme and ultimately helps you to address the underlying problems that may be contributing to your addiction, as well as the addiction itself. Our co-occurring mental health treatment and therapy takes a holistic approach to help you to understand your condition and take steps towards a full and sustainable recovery.
If you require treatment for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD or PTSD as standalone conditions, this can be provided at nearby Priory Hospital Southampton, or by any of our other specialist hospitals.