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Visit an Addiction Psychiatrist for Custom Treatment Plans
Making the decision to visit an addiction psychiatrist is incredibly important. As one, we know that it is hard for people to take the first step towards admitting that they have a problem with addiction and substance abuse. Understandably, reaching this point takes time. Most people believe that they have a handle on their addiction and so they are hesitant to seek professional help. There is always the idea that it is under control and that a person can stop whenever they want to. Because of this, many users are likely to continue to use until reaching a point where something catastrophic happens and they are forced to confront the reality that they do not have the level of control they thought they did. We see this on a regular basis as an addiction psychiatrist and are here to help when it happens.
There is no need to wait
Even though many people will not seek help until something catastrophic has occurred, there is no need to wait for this. Anyone who has even an inkling that they are struggling with substance abuse would be best served by calling and scheduling an appointment with our office. We can provide treatment at any stage, even if the addiction is incredibly minor. For example, some people visit us for help because they are starting to use drugs or alcohol as a means of coping with stress and are worried that the addiction will get out of control. Others wait and come to us when it is absolutely necessary because of a problem that has occurred with their family or work. Regardless of the stage, we are here to help.
Customized treatment plans
We have found that some people are hesitant to visit an addiction psychiatrist because they are concerned that they will be forced into inpatient rehabilitation therapy. Taking time away from family and friends to live in an inpatient facility, taking time off of work and the cost of doing so can be overwhelming and make it impossible for many people to receive the professional help they need. Understanding this, we offer flexible treatment solutions. In fact, we help people to overcome their addictions through outpatient therapy that involves a combination of medication and counseling support.
Continue living life
Since we offer outpatient treatment, it is possible to continue living life and to recover at the same time. Breaking an addiction does not mean having to break away from the daily obligations or need to spend time away from family and friends. Instead, it can mean overcoming addiction on your terms. You continue living your life and get better and we are here to make that possible. The benefit to this approach is twofold. It makes it possible to remain productive while simultaneously receiving support from family.
Take control today by making the choice to schedule an appointment to meet with an addiction psychiatrist. We are here to help and can create a customized treatment plan that can help you to overcome your addiction.