Comprehensive Behavioral Healthcare

Effectively treating addictive disorders, co-occurring mental health conditions, and trauma requires comprehensive and coordinated medical care and support services.

Behavioral health disorders, which include addictions and co-occurring mental health conditions, are some of the most complex medical problems, and effectively treating them requires an especially comprehensive array of services and an extended period of treatment and continuing support services. Like other chronic medical conditions, behavioral health conditions typically require ongoing management and lifestyle changes that create the conditions for reduced symptoms and lasting recovery.

Comprehensive treatment plans vary based on numerous highly personal factors. One’s specific medical conditions and history, trauma histories, family system issues, legal problems, professional licensure requirements, and cultural or spiritual considerations inform a coordinated approach and set of services and support that comprise their personalized care plan.

New Paradigm Recovery begins each client case with an in-depth assessment and diagnosis, which may include, with a client’s explicit permission, a review of medical records, communication with other care providers and therapists, lawyers, or other professionals, and identified family members. New Paradigm Recovery clinicians may request labs or other medical tests, including neuropsychological and executive function testing, and use various measurements to ascertain a client’s range of conditions, symptoms, and treatment needs. In addition to providing the basis for a full and complete diagnosis, these assessments identify the assets, liabilities, and resources that need to be considered when planning long-term treatment and services.

Common behavioral health conditions treated include

  • Substance use disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Mood disorders
  • Anger issues
  • Codependency
  • Family system issues

Providing comprehensive care often means adding parallel services to a client’s treatment plan.

The identification of unaddressed medical conditions may require specialized treatment that removes barriers to accessing and maintaining recovery — in some cases, it may also be a life-saving intervention. Some specialized needs for which we refer clients to partners include eating disorders, neurological conditions, learning or thought disorders, acute liver disease associated with long-term alcohol use, psychosis, suicidal ideation or attempts, pain-causing physiological issues, and more.

New Paradigm Recovery also maintains relationships with high-quality wellness services, therapists, physicians, and other specialists throughout the Washington DC area and elsewhere to provide effective resource referrals to its clients.

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