22 Oct Psychiatric Care is Part of Your Alcohol Rehabilitation
Psychiatric care becomes part of your treatment when you enter a program for drug and alcohol detox and 30 day inpatient care. Many men and women that have alcohol and drug problems suffer from anxiety, depression and bi-polar disorder. Psychiatrists that work with clients give often prescribe medication that works for the client individually. Every person does not respond to the same medication. What works for one person may not work for another individual. The good news here is that a good program will help you to understand why you often need psychiatric medication to help you stay drug free. Some people suffer from panic attacks and severe depression. Often, people turn to illegal drugs and alcohol to self-medicate themselves. Often, drug addicts will have an overdose or an alcoholic will have a seizure by doing this. In rehab, you learn what not to do.
These Books May be a Help to You to Better Understand Psychiatry and Addiction:
- A Common Struggle: A Personal Journey Through the Past and Future of Mental Illness and Addiction by Patrick J. Kennedy and Stephen Fried
- Psychiatric Medicine: The Psychiatrist’s Guide to the Treatment of Common Medical Illnesses
- Principles of Inpatient Psychiatry by Fred Ovsiew MD and Richard L. Munich MD
- Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change by Jeffrey Footed and Carrie Wilkens
- Psychiatry by Neel Burton
- The Quest: Heal Your Life, Change Your Destiny: A Breakthrough Self-Healing System
It is important for a person that is in a 30 day inpatient program to talk with their therapist and psychiatrist about how you are feeling on a daily basis. It is important to get treated properly. Once you leave rehab, you may find that you are better well balanced and able to continue receiving care from a professional psychiatrist on the outside. Sometimes, you may find that getting help on the outside is a lot easier than you thought.
Different types of experts that you will also meet in a treatment center are: psychotherapy, family therapy, relapse prevention, interpersonal therapy, group therapy, psycho educational treatment, exercise training and more. Every rehab works differently. It is best to check with the drug/alcohol rehab that you are going to be attending. There are many rehabs located in: Jupiter FL, Palm Beach FL and Alpine New Jersey.