Addiction Treatment Services
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Addiction and substance abuse can negatively impact your life and completely alter your priorities. If you or a loved one are experiencing addiction, you are not alone. It’s a disease that impacts more than 21.5 million people in the U.S., according to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
Alcohol and drug addiction are recognized medical brain disorders. When you suffer from addiction, it can impact your ability to work, attend classes, and maintain strong family and social relationships.
Our experienced therapists can help.
What Qualifies As Addiction?
Addiction is characterized by the seeking and use of certain drugs despite the known harmful consequences. There can be a fine line between addiction and maintaining control of your habits and usage.
Drugs alter the way the brain works. In addition to regular drug use, addiction is often marked by a variety of characteristics.
- Lying to friends and loved ones
- Avoiding friends and family
- Giving up the activities you used to enjoy
- Ruminating on drug usage throughout the course of your day
- Missing work or school
- Declining performance levels
- Feelings of depression
Substance abuse can alter your desires and impact your behaviors. If you suffer from substance abuse or addiction, it’s time to talk with someone who can help. We offer a variety of addiction treatment services and talk therapy designed to meet you where you are, and give you the support you need to find sobriety.
Types Of Addiction Treated
Our team of licensed counselors and addiction specialists put patients on the road to recovery for a wide range of disorders:
- Prescription drugs
Fight Opioid Addiction With Suboxone Treatments
Opioids are one of the most harmful and challenging addictions to overcome. If you or someone you know struggles with opioid addiction, it is time to speak with a licensed professional at Dean A. Aman’s Mental Health Therapy.
Our evidence-based programs empower patients to put dependency behind them with powerful, fast-acting solutions such as Suboxone. This is a drug used to help manage narcotic addiction. When combined with counseling and psychological support, it is proven extremely effective in treating addiction.
Our opioid addiction specialists have spent many years in the field studying substance abuse disorders, and our board-certified psychiatrist has more than twenty years practicing medicine. You can be assured your treatments will be recommended and managed by a licensed professional.
Addiction Therapy In Newark
Our mission to improve the lives of our patients, their families and members of the Newark community is the guiding light to our substance abuse treatment programs.
We specialize in the treatment of alcoholism, chemical dependency, opioid addiction, and sex addiction. Our certified specialists have decades of experience developing successful treatment programs that rebuild the lives of our patients.
We can accommodate your busy schedule. We are responsive and compassionate. We work with most major insurance plans, and can work with you if you are not insured. What is most important is that you or your loved one get the help you need now.
Recovery Is Within Reach
Substance abuse and addiction can often be accompanied by other mental disorders including depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. It can often originate with a mixture of emotional and environmental factors. Like many mental disorders, it can disrupt your life at work, school, and at home.
Routine substance abuse can get to the point where the person relinquishes all self-control when it comes to usage.
Addiction therapy with Dean Aman or any of our experienced therapy staff can help. We work with a variety of insurances, and we work with patients of all income levels. We can get you in to see a therapist immediately, so you can start addressing the issue right away. We also work with short-term disability plans and employee assistance program (EAP) patients.
Contact us today to schedule CBT, Suboxone treatments, or alcohol counseling for you or your loved one.