Co-Occurring Disorders

Life can be messy.

Reach out, Let's talk

Do you struggle with…

  • Rage as a symptom of depression

  • Anxiety around work or relationship performance

  • Low frustration tolerance

  • Substance misuse

  • Financial difficulties

  • Challenges with parenting

What if you could…

  •  Reduce the would have/should have/could have

  •  Adequately manage stress

  •  Lessen dependence on substances

  •  No longer withdraw from events that provoke anxiety

  •  Establish healthier, tangible coping strategies

lets do this
It is okay to need therapy

Spoken Balance is committed to providing exceptional care in whatever capacity is most comfortable for our clients. Therapy can be an intimate, fun, engaging process where clients face their vulnerabilities and successes boldly. Spoken Balance will walk alongside you in healing life's conflicts.

How can therapy help anyway?

Therapy provides an integrated approach that addresses both disorders simultaneously. This is crucial because these disorders often interact with each other. Mental health issues can lead to substance abuse as a form of self-medication, and substance abuse can exacerbate mental health problems.

Therapy for co-occurring disorders is about treating the whole person, not just the symptoms of one disorder or the other. It's a comprehensive approach that can lead to lasting change and a better quality of life.

Life is treatable.

Treatment is not a universal, one-size-fits-all approach. However, some common approaches can include:

Behavior Therapy | Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and solution focused therapy are common approaches to treating anxiety.

Anxiety + Medication | Some people may need medication to help supplement talk therapy in actively treating anxiety. That is okay. It is also okay if you prefer not to utilize medication.

Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness, Grounding Techniques | These practices are easy to adapt based on need and help bring immediate relief of symptoms without any specialized equipment.

Reach out to Spoken Balance — your modern therapist.
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