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Dylan Maggiacomo

Executive Director of Journey to Hope

About me

Attention deficits, anxiety, sadness, delusionality, sleeplessness, mania, and memory issues all grow severity as addiction persists. Relationships inevitably suffer, with the sensation of shame, and the addict is propelled toward larger and greater substance addiction.
Effective therapy has to be individualized to the client. There is no one strategy to recovery that works for every client. Counseling and treatment must address addiction issues and mental health challenges simultaneously, while unearthing and building on strengths of character that addicts in recovery did not even realize they had.
Dylan Maggiacomo Points Out a Surprising Benefit of In-Patient Treatment

In-patient treatment assists individuals as they go through the physical anguish of going off the substances to which they are addicted. It makes intense therapy readily available on a daily basis and offers support for emergency circumstances around the clock. One other advantage of in-patient treatment, however, is one that is frequently disregarded.

A respite from social interaction is one of the benefits of in-patient therapy for addicts.
The vast majority of us are continuously exposed to rumors and gossip. It's not as simple as the saying that "misery loves company." Some immature people construct their identities based on the people they are not, and they appear to thrive on the judgment and condemnation of other people.
Addicts who enter residential treatment are isolated from potentially damaging conversations. Addicts in recovery are allowed the space they need to develop thanks to confidential treatment, which shields them from relentless attacks on their progress.

What Kind of Results Can You Expect from Dylan Maggiacomo's Method of Therapy?
The number of lives that are improved is the best indicator of a treatment program's level of success. Dylan Maggiacomo is sensitive to the patients' worries about their privacy, but he has given his blessing for the publication of remarks made by staff members and family members.
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