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Category: Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis, which is also referred to as comorbidity, or co-occurring conditions, is the term we use to describe a person who is experiencing mental health issues such as depression and anxiety alongside alcohol and drug addiction.

Dual diagnosis is common, but can be especially challenging, frustrating and overwhelming for both individuals and their families.

We recognise that conditions are often complex and interrelated and so our approach to recovery is tailored. To understand more about dual diagnosis and how they can form a mutually reinforcing cycle, visit the blogs below.

Do I need a digital detox?

 Are you playing endless games on your computer or wasting hours scrolling on social media? Then you might be in need of a digital detox. ‘Detoxing’ from our digital devices – […]

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Can excessive gaming lead to problem gambling?

 As parents everywhere endure a love/hate relationship with screen time, researchers have identified links between excessive gaming and problematic gambling.  During the lockdown and home schooling days of 2020 and 2021, […]

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