The Cove Center for Recovery treats a variety of behavioral disorders and addictions as part of our dual diagnosis addiction treatment programs.

Self Injury (SI), Cutting and Self Harm

Self-harm is a problem that many people are embarrassed or ashamed to discuss. Often, individuals try to hide their self-harm behaviors and are very reluctant to seek needed psychological or even medical treatment.

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Eating Disorder Treatment

Anorexia, Bulimia, and Overeating are eating disorders. An eating disorder is an addiction. Eating Disorders are a result of a manifestation known as a “self-medicating” behavior.

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Gambling Addiction Treatment

The overwhelming majority of people who gamble don’t have a problem with it. But pathological gambling, often called compulsive gambling, is a mental health disorder.

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Bipolar Disorder (BPD) Treatment

People with BPD suffer severe emotional states that occur in distinct periods called “mood episodes”.  A mood episode shows a drastic change from one’s usual mood, behavior and activity.

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