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The Need For Individualized Treatment Plans

The Need For Individualized Treatment Plans

George has been a practicing judge for over 20 years. After his wife passed a few years ago, he developed depression and took to alcohol as a coping mechanism. Showing up to trials intoxicated, George was no longer to objectively serve the law.

Trish has never been properly diagnosed with bipolar disorder but frequently experiences manic highs followed by depressive lows. When she’s up in a manic state, she acts out, abusing drugs and alcohol, acting recklessly, and often causing trouble at her job as a nurse. During periods of depression, she doesn’t show up to work and has a hard time being encouraging to her patients.

Jonathan is new to being a pilot and loves the lifestyle. Since childhood he has dreamed of flying around the world, hanging with airplane crews, and living the party life as a young pilot. Jonathan was unaware that addiction and mental illness ran in his family. At a party in a hotel, he tries cocaine for the first time and quickly develops an attachment to the drug. Soon, he is flying under the influence and is chemically dependent on the drug.

Each of these professional individuals has a specific case: George, an alcoholic coping with depression, grief, and the trauma of loss; Trish, a woman with untreated bipolar disorder who regularly abuses substances; and Jonathan, a young man who becomes addicted to cocaine. There are treatments and therapies which are proven to have positive effect on most people, like cognitive behavioral therapy. However, not every treatment plan will be effective or transformational for each professional. Depression as a result of grief is different from depression which comes with bipolar disorder, for example.

Whereas George and Trish have co-occurring issues, Jonathan does not. Individualized treatment programs guarantee that each professional’s specific and unique circumstances are taken into consideration, as is their profession, their life experiences, their family history, and more.

The Center for Professional Recovery offers specialized treatment programs for professionals needing treatment for substance use disorders and dual diagnosis issues.

The Center for Professional Recovery offers the Professional Treatment Program, designed specifically to address the unique needs of professionals, like first-responders. Our programs are designed to treat co-occurring disorders which might arise and restore first-responders in a way which allows them to return to work and continue taking care of their mental health. For information on our full continuum of care for professionals, call us today: (855) 422-4129

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