is defined by the presence of both mental health disorders
and substance abuse disorders (alcohol and/or drug dependence
or abuse). There are a variety of different mental health
disorders that can be associated with substance use and
labeled dual diagnosis. Some of these disorders include:
schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anti-social personality
disorder, narcissistic personality, and depression. Depending
on what disorder is present, the symptoms of a dual diagnosis
patient can be different. Here we will be reviewing what
each disorder entails and how substance abuse plays a
different role in each disorder.
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Behavioral Health Expert Ben Brafman Moderates Discussion on Dual Diagnosis
Behavioral health expert Ben Brafman served as moderator for the March 4, 2014 roundtable discussion, ?Limited Resources, Unlimited Hope: Addressing the Dual Diagnosis of Mental Illness and Substance Abuse.? (PRWeb March 28, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/03/prweb11712418.htm Integrated Treatment Yields Better Results with Mental Illness and Addiction
MANCHESTER, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Integrated dual diagnosis treatment yields better results with mental illness and addiction. Evidence supports a higher success rate in long-term recovery for individuals and their families.