Substance Abuse & Co-Dependency
Substance abuse and co-dependency often go hand-in-hand and can create a vicious cycle that is difficult to break. At Anchored Tides Recovery, we understand the complexities of co-dependency and substance abuse and offer a comprehensive program that addresses both issues simultaneously.
Co-dependency is a pattern of behavior in which an individual becomes emotionally and/or psychologically dependent on another person, often to the point where their own well-being is compromised. This can manifest in a number of ways, such as enabling or enabling a loved one’s substance abuse, or feeling responsible for their loved one’s happiness.
Substance abuse is a serious issue that can have a profound impact on an individual’s physical and mental health, as well as their relationships. It is not just the person who is struggling with substance abuse that is affected, but also those around them.
Co-dependency and substance abuse often feed into each other, with the co-dependent individual enabling the substance abuser’s behavior, while the substance abuser relies on the co-dependent individual to cover up their addiction.
At Anchored Tides Recovery, we understand the importance of addressing both issues simultaneously in order to break this cycle. Our program is designed to provide individuals with the tools and supports they need to overcome co-dependency and substance abuse.
We offer a variety of evidence-based treatment options, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and family therapy, which can help individuals understand and change the thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to co-dependency and substance abuse.
Our team of experienced therapists and counselors will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs, and provide the support you need to achieve long-term recovery.
In addition, we provide individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy, which can help individuals work through the underlying issues that contribute to co-dependency and substance abuse.
We understand that every individual is unique, and we take a holistic approach to treatment, addressing the physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of recovery.
Anchored Tides Recovery also offers a variety of recreational activities and holistic therapies, such as yoga and meditation, which can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
Substance abuse and co-dependency often go hand-in-hand and can create a vicious cycle that is difficult to break. Anchored Tides Recovery understands the complexities of co-dependency and substance abuse, and offers a comprehensive program that addresses both issues simultaneously, providing individuals with the tools and support they need to overcome co-dependency and substance abuse and achieve long-term recovery.
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