Promises Behavioral Health operates a neurofeedback therapy center to assist dual diagnosis clients. When you struggle with a co-occurring condition, recovery can seem overwhelming. After all, you\u2019re tackling two conditions. However, when you learn how to train your brain, it\u2019s actually easier than you might think. Understanding the Mechanics of a Dual Diagnosis Therapists at our outpatient drug rehabilitation centers routinely work with clients who have depression or anxiety. Some have other mental health disorders. Almost all clients don\u2019t have a formal diagnosis until they come to us. Sure, they\u2019ve known for a while that something was wrong. However, they thought that everyone struggled with it. Therefore, they never went to see a doctor. Add to this the stigma of mental health conditions, and it\u2019s clear why so few got the help they needed. This left the majority with untreated psychiatric illness. Neurofeedback therapy center therapists see clients who self-medicated to deal with mental illness. For some, alcohol was a way of numbing debilitating anxiety. It helped them to loosen up. They felt like they could handle being around others again. However, this slight advantage didn\u2019t last long. Soon, they developed a tolerance to the drug. Then, they needed to drink more just to feel the same. One morning, they woke up to withdrawal symptoms. For them, the psychiatric condition led to a co-occurring addiction. Our neurofeedback therapy programs are part of the dual diagnosis care we offer. How Treatment at the Neurofeedback Therapy Center Works When you consider that the brain is an organ that you can train, it makes sense to involve it in healing. Neurofeedback therapy programs allow for non-invasive procedures that put you in control of the brain. Therapists begin by hooking you up to a machine, which reads and records your brainwave activity. Addiction is a disease of the brain that limits certain waves. When you relearn how to boost them, you can put addiction into submission. For example, you might use a video game to train specific brain waves that strengthen the organ\u2019s decision-making center. Through targeting these waves, you exercise the brain. Neurofeedback therapy programs might also just use videos to accomplish the same goal. Therapists show you how to exercise your brain at will. After a few sessions at our neurofeedback therapy center, you\u2019ll know how to generate desirable brainwave activity. Beyond the Neurofeedback As useful as neurofeedback therapy programs are, they can\u2019t stand alone. Therefore, therapists also incorporate other interventions. Examples include: \tBehavioral counseling that focuses on developing healthy connections between thoughts, actions, and feelings \tGroup therapy, which leverages healthy interactions with peers for social and life skills development \tRelapse prevention training at the neurofeedback therapy center to help you anticipate and deal with hiccups \tMotivational interviewing, which is an excellent modality for encouraging you to take charge of the healing process \tOne-on-one talk therapy as a tool for developing healthy goals for recovery Don\u2019t Miss out on Neurofeedback Therapy Programs It\u2019s tempting to talk yourself out of therapy. Maybe you don\u2019t feel like admitting that you have a problem. Then again, you figure that you got yourself into this mess. Therefore, you should be able to get yourself out of it. That\u2019s not true. Addiction\u2019s a disease. Neurofeedback therapy programs could well be part of the treatment. However, they\u2019re not something that you can imitate at home. Therefore, enroll at our neurofeedback therapy center for comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment. You work with Promises Behavioral Health staff members who understand what you\u2019re going through. Most importantly, they know how to help you get where you want to be. Call today and get on the road to recovery.