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Treatment for Antisocial Personality Disorder in Alpine Utah

Inpatient Treatment Program in Alpine, Utah, for Antisocial Personality Disorder

Our Residential Facility Treats Dual Diagnosis Clients

At our residential treatment facility in Alpine, Utah, we serve many clients who are addicted to drugs or alcohol (or both). Frequently those who struggle with addiction are also battling a mental health condition as well. Here at Alpine Recovery Lodge, our medical doctor is able to provide those clients who meet the criteria with a dual diagnosis, so they can get the help they need. Some of our clients may be suffering with antisocial personality disorder, although they may be unaware of it. Trust the experienced professionals at our inpatient facility to identify your underlying mental health challenges so you can get the proper treatment.

Detox from Harmful Substances

We see hundreds of clients every year who come to us for help with addiction to alcohol or drugs such as opioids, cocaine or stimulants like Ritalin or Adderall. While these drugs are often used to self-medicate, clients still must go through detox before any underlying mental health challenges can be properly addressed.

Detox is known to be a difficult process, and that’s why so many people choose to go through it at Alpine Recovery Lodge. Here, our medical doctor, nurses and therapists can help you in those challenging first days and weeks of detox. If you are detoxing from a substance such as opioids or heroin that can cause serious physical symptoms, our doctor may prescribe medication to get you through the most difficult part. While we don’t require anyone to take prescription medication unnecessarily at our residential rehab facility, we do provide it to those who find it helpful.

Once you have cleared your body and brain of harmful substances, our licensed professionals can get to work on your possible dual diagnosis. Many dual diagnoses are for common mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, OCD and PTSD. But many others are personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder. The hallmarks of antisocial personality disorder are lack of empathy and remorse for disrespectful, aggressive, abusive and even violent behavior. Those with antisocial personality disorder seem to either not understand the difference between right and wrong or to be unconcerned that there is a difference. They may lie, cheat, steal and harm strangers or loved ones on purpose and feel no guilt afterward. Antisocial personality disorder may have a genetic component, or it may be the result of suffering abuse in childhood or a combination of the two. Intensive therapy can help you learn to manage antisocial personality disorder.

Antisocial Personality Disorder Inpatient Rehab & Recovery

At our residential rehabilitation facility, our clients participate in individual, family and group therapy. Individual therapy is critical for anyone in rehab, as it helps you identify the triggers and circumstances that led to your addictions. This is the stage at which many dual diagnoses are made.

Antisocial personality disorder can coexist with other mental health challenges, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and other conditions. While many people with antisocial personality disorder have had trouble with the law, difficulty holding a job and problems in their interpersonal relationships, this is not true of everyone, and even in circumstances where it is, the scale to which these issues occur varies greatly. Your dual diagnosis and treatment will depend on your individual symptoms.

Group therapy is important for our clients and anyone in an addiction recovery program because it helps you see and understand that you are not alone in your struggles, and there are many others like you. While clients with a dual diagnosis likely have differing symptoms and challenges, everyone has one thing in common, and that’s addiction. Addiction is often accompanied by shame and guilt, or the feeling that no one is as bad as you are, and group therapy helps dispel these myths and makes it easier for you to participate fully in your recovery.

Family therapy is also important. Whether our clients have a single addiction, a number of addictions or a dual diagnosis, the likelihood that family members have suffered alongside them is high. You may have lied to family members, stolen from them or betrayed them in other ways in an attempt to feed your habit and ease your symptoms. Our trained therapists help you and your family begin the process of forgiveness and we teach you how to rebuild trust and have hope again.

Day Treatment Program & Outpatient Services

Once you have completed the first stage of recovery — inpatient rehab — you will progress to our day treatment program, also known at PHP. This is a big step, because at this point, you are allowed to return home to your family and sleep in your own bed again. During the day, you return to our residential facility to receive therapy and continue to learn and practice life skills, such as how to avoid tempting situations, how to prevent relapse and how to look for, find and hold down a job. When you complete this part of our program, you move on to the last stage: outpatient services or IOP.

IOP is a fairly straightforward step down from PHP — you gradually reduce the number of hours and days you attend our program until you are ready to graduate and start your new life. This part of your journey is exciting, but it can also bring about some feelings of nervousness. That’s normal. But rest assured we have equipped you with the skills you need to succeed at beating your addiction, and we are always here to provide support should you ever need it.

Antisocial Personality Disorder Residential Treatment Facility in Utah

If you have never attended inpatient rehab before, you may be curious or anxious about what it will be like. Please feel free to take the campus tour here on our website and check out our residential facility. You’ll see that our lodge is bright, airy and welcoming, filled with overstuffed couches and chairs, inspirational wall art and soaring floor-to-ceiling windows that afford spectacular views of our surroundings, including the towering Wasatch Mountains. No matter the season, you will find the peace and tranquility you need in a rehabilitative setting while you stroll about our grounds, taking in the amazing scenery, listening to the birds sing and breathing fresh mountain air.

During the time you are with us, all your meals will be prepared for you by our acclaimed chef. Our food is delicious, nutritious and designed to provide the nourishment you need during your healing process.

Whether you are battling your addiction alongside a mental health issue or not, know that the professionals at Alpine Recovery Lodge can help. If you receive a dual diagnosis, we can work with you to understand your motivations, challenges and triggers. If your life is out of control, if you’re despondent and you’re not entirely sure why, call us. Our therapists are trained to identify all types of underlying mental health conditions, including antisocial personality disorder.