Addiction and Substance Abuse Treatment
No matter your specific addiction, it can be tough to overcome alone. Whether it’s substance abuse, gambling, or another behavioral addiction, Macon Psychiatry can help.
Opioid addiction continues to be more prevalent throughout the United States. According to the National Institute on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 8-12 percent of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain develop an addiction. These addictions can be debilitating and negatively impact finances, career, relationships, and health. Macon Psychiatry is here to help you find healing and recovery from substance abuse addiction.
Dr. Deepti Bhasin is an experienced psychiatrist who regularly treats patients struggling with addition, including:
- Alcohol addiction and recovery
- Behavioral addiction and modification
- Drug addition and detoxification support
- Opioid addiction
- Relapse prevention
When you visit Macon Psychiatry for treatment, you can expect compassionate care without judgment or shame about your addiction. We’re here to help you heal, and Dr. Bhasin will create a treatment plan personalized to your unique situation that will help you recover.
Find Healing from Addiction!
Call us at 478-733-2690.
Overcoming addiction often takes more than just prescription medication. It takes therapy and support groups, proven to help patients stay sober and prevent relapse. Whether it’s psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, or Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings, Dr. Deepti Bhasin can help find the best resources for your situation to start recovery.
Addiction cravings can seem overwhelming and tough to conquer. However, recent studies into the biology of addictions have led to the creation of medications that can help reduce your cravings and keep you on the path to recovery. While these prescription medications aren’t for everyone, they are a tool that can help you find healing from addiction. Contact us for more info and see if prescription medication is right for you in the road to recovery.