Process Addictions & the Dually Diagnosed

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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 1 Process Addictions & the Dually Diagnosed Complications to the Treatment Process W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, LMHC, NCC, MAC Dual Diagnosis The definition: clients with both ______________ ______________________________ disorders The challenges It is VERY difficult to tease out the dual disorders – It is VERY difficult to tease out the dual disorders why is this? The “_____________________________” What reasons might someone have to not disclose… Medication non compliance ____________________________________ Dual Diagnosis Impacts on: The economy – $300 billion Treatment – ______________________________ Re hospitalization rates – ___________ higher Considerations Treating both disorders simultaneously Screening, assessment, treatment planning Lack of specialty programs
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Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 2 “Process” Addiction? What is that? The Definition Similar physiological responses in the brain Can anything become an addiction? Difficulties Many behaviors are “__________________” by society Lack of diagnostic criteria Why is this Important? The connection between these behaviors and academic performance/problems The connection between __________________ _____________________ addictions The new “_______________” Shame/guilt leads to chemical use (to “medicate”) Diagnostic Criteria Tolerance Withdrawal Greater quantity or intensity than intended Unsuccessful attempts at ______________________ Time spent (preparing, engaging, recovering) Loss in other ____________________
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