What is Recovery Like From Behavioral Disorders?

Recovery comes in a myriad of forms, and recovery is unique to each person. When people think of recovery, often drugs and alcohol are the first things that come to mind. For those that suffer from behavioral disorders, the consequences of their situation are just as devastating and recovery is just as crucial.

What are Behavioral Disorders?

Behavioral disorders occur when a person displays emotions or actions that are disruptive to their lives, have a negative effect on relationships or health, and are more habitual than situational. There are a wide variety of behavioral disorders including, but not limited to, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety, and behavioral addiction. A behavioral addiction can be alcohol, drugs, video games, gambling, sex, or any activity that the person obsesses over and allows to control their lives.  

Recovery from Behavioral Disorders

As with addiction, someone that is dealing with a behavioral disorder may at the beginning feel it is no big deal and that it is not a problem. As the disorder progresses, they may have friends and family concerned about their behavior. Often the person dealing with the behavioral disorder is largely in denial for quite some time before realizing that there is a problem and making the decision to get help and make changes in their lives.

There are many ways to treat a behavioral disorder. Hired Power offers several programs that will help the client create a treatment plan, educate them and their loved ones, and implement the strategies that will take them down the road to recovery. The Recovery Care Management program is an excellent, intensely supportive, program which provides all of the assistance needed to make recovery a reality. Hired Power’s Personal Recovery Assistants are personally matched to each client and they act as a mentor and a coach through the treatment and recovery process. They teach appropriate strategies and encourage accountability and responsibly for one’s own recovery. Having a team of professionals help during this trying time relieves stress, provides confidence, and takes the pressure of loved ones.  

If you are someone you know is suffering from a behavioral disorder, please call Hired Power at 714-559-3919 right away to speak with a professional and get the help you need.

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