Are You Struggling With Dual Diagnosis?

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Dual diagnosis, or co-occurring disorders, is when a person experiences more than one mental health issue simultaneously. Counseling interventions change according to the specific disorders.

Available Treatment Options

Most often, therapists can treat multiple mental health issues simultaneously using therapeutic techniques. Some interventions, such as developing healthy coping mechanisms and exploring past trauma, can help various mental health issues at once.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Dual Diagnosis

Services provided outpatient substance abuse to those affected by drugs and/or alcohol. I offer treatment for clients with co-occurring disorders, individuals with mental health disorders, and addiction issues. Provide Non-DOT & DOT Substance Abuse Services to ensure that agencies and employees comply with U.S. DOT Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Anger Management and Parenti...

Robert Rosolanko, LSW


New Jersey

Accomplished, multi-faceted individual with over 15 years of experience in the retail marketing industry before moving into the chemical dependency, medical coding and social work fields for the past 15 years. Proven ability to plan, administer, coordinate and execute successful programs. Strong team leader with a track record of coordinating effectively with a wide range of sources to achieve ...

Bryan Young, LPC



Wylie Community counlseing helps indivduals familes and couples struggleing with mental health and equps them to build lasting realtionships.

Aaron Galloway



I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate proudly serving the Boulder, Colorado community. It is my passion to collaborate with young adults and adults in their healing and self-discovery journeys. I strive to bring my clients cutting-edge therapy options to get to the root of their behavior patterns and help them develop updated ways of responding to their world.
I strive to use a method that will work best for you and your situation. I believe that developing mutual trust is an important element in the success of your work together. I believe that people do not exist in isolation, and our feelings and behavior are strongly influenced by our interactions with others and our environment.

Rebecca L. Waterston



Rebecca comes to Fourth Dimension Counseling with years of experience working with individuals and families impacted by addiction. Her clinical training includes specialties in chemical dependency, trauma and sex addiction. Rebecca has been in recovery herself for over 15 years and understands firsthand the pathway to long-term recovery. The combination of her clinical training and her personal...