Dual Diagnosis Resources for Professionals

As you already know, people with a dual diagnosis with the right support, can and do recover. At the The Dual Diagnosis Hub we aim to help as many people as possible to find the right support and to help them recover.

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Dual Diagnosis Professionals Resources

Welcome to the The Dual Diagnosis Hub’s Dual Diagnosis Professionals Resources section. We plan on adding the best and most useful information, tools, & resources aimed at professionals of any kind who work with people with co-occurring mental health & addiction issues. This section is aimed at:
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Addiction Professionals
  • Dual Diagnosis Keyworkers
  • And any other person or professional who is looking for information, tools, & resources around the subject of complex mental health & addiction recovery needs.
We aim to include anything and everything that as a professional who is trying to help people like us, by providing and signposting all of the best agencies, organisations, and content related to this subject. If you know of something that isn’t included in this section, and you’d like to support this website’s development then please drop us a line on hello@dualdiagnosis.org.uk to suggest for it to be included. Also, get in touch if you have any ideas of suggestions for online tools that your dually diagnosed clients may find useful? We’ve also set up a The Dual Diagnosis Hubing Group on LinkedIn aimed at any mental health, addiction, or dual diagnosis professionals who would like to connect, share tools, information, resources, & experience with like-minded professionals then please join us here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13987223/

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Dual Diagnosis Tools

With the right support, we can and do recover. The Dual Diagnosis Hub can help everyone to find the best dual diagnosis support and resources available.

NICE Guidelines for Dual Diagnosis

NICE Guidelines for Dual Diagnosis

Find out more about
the NICE Guidelines for people with co-occurring mental health & addiction issues.

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Dual Diagnosis Toolkit by Turning Point

Dual Diagnosis Toolkit by Turning Point

Discover the Dual Diagnosis Toolbox by Turning Point: A practical guide for professionals and practitioners

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Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

Find out more about Dual Diagnosis Anonymous and about how the DDA 12 Steps + 5 can aid and support your client’s dual diagnosis recovery…

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Academic Articles

Academic Articles

A directory of academic articles on mental health, addiction, and co-occurring mental health & addiction issues for professionals to browse. You can also submit articles through the My Account section on this site.

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Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

This section provides an introduction to what Motivational Interviewing (MI) is and how it can be used to help people with co-occurring mental health and addiction issues by any professional who works with this group.

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Recovery Stories

Recovery Stories

Find & read recovery stories by other people with both mental health & addiction issues who are actively in recovery and who have developed a new life for themselves.

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Useful Books Directory

Useful Books Directory

A directory of dual diagnosis, addiction, and mental health books aimed at assisting with people’s recovery from either their mental health or their addiction.

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Submit Your Resources

Submit Your Resources

Submit Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health & Addiction Resources to our directories and share them with our site’s visitors to aid their dual diagnosis recovery.

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Useful Tools & Psychology Resources

Free Psychology Tools

Free Psychology Tools

This section contains some free psychology tools to help you to develop your recovery and includes CBT tools, DBT worksheets, and other  psychology tools.

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Submit Your Free Psychology Tools

Submit Your Free Psychology Tools

Submit the Free Psychology Tools that you’d like to be included in our Psychology Tools directory and share them with visitors to this site and help other people’s recovery.

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Useful Tools Directory

Useful Tools Directory

Use this Mental Health Resources Directory to find diagnosis-specific and general mental health-related resources to aid your dual diagnosis recovery.

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Situation-Specific Resources

When Leaving Hospital

When Leaving Hospital

A selection of resources aimed at those who are leaving a psychiatric hospital…

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When Leaving Treatment

When Leaving Treatment

A selection of resources aimed at those who are leaving a rehab or treatment centre…

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When Leaving Prison

When Leaving Prison

A selection of resources aimed at those who are leaving a prison for any length of time…

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12 Step Resources

DDA - Resources

DDA - Resources

Find out more about Dual Diagnosis Anonymous and about how you can use the DDA 12 Steps Plus Five to aid your dual diagnosis recovery…

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AA - Info for Professionals

AA - Info for Professionals

Find out more about Alcoholics Anonymous and about how you can use the AA 12 Steps to aid your recovery if you suffer from alcoholism…

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DRA - Questions & Answers

DRA - Questions & Answers

Find out more about Dual Recovery Anonymous and about how DRA applies 12 Step Principles to dual diagnosis recovery in its interesting 12 Step programme.

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CA - Public Information Downloads

CA - Public Information Downloads

Find out more about C.A. & view their general information aimed at the public, professionals, and the media…

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Mental Health Resources

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