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You haven’t been properly assessed. Proper assessment is the most critical component of treatment. The way you are assessed determines how you are treated. When you do not undergo a proper assessment for everything you have going on, you do not get treated for all of your issues. Many people experience dual diagnosis, which is two disorders occurring at once, like addiction and PTSD. Without a proper assessment, the PTSD may not be confronted or given a clinical plan for treatment. Most compulsive behaviors like addictions, process addictions, and more, are a form of coping to deal with trauma. Mood and personality disorders can develop as a response to trauma as well. Understanding exactly what is going on in your mind and body is helpful for you to understand what is working for you and what is not working for you in treatment. If you are only being treated for one thing because you have not been properly assessed for multiple issues, you will at the least realize you still feel troubled and unwell. However, without an assessment, there is no evidence for you to rely upon for an answer as to why.As a result, you haven’t been properly treated. If your primary issues aren’t being clinically confronted, your other issues will not be fully healed. Like putting a band-aid on a traumatic wound, the treatment is in effective because it does not treat the source of the problem. Leaving the wound open, there is vulnerability for incurring further damage, as both the original trauma and the results of the trauma continue to worsen.Feeling defeated, you keep losing hope. On the one hand, you should be getting the right treatment. On the other hand, you should be able to willingly participate in any treatment program. Jumping from one program to the next can be exhausting and discouraging. You can gain something from every program, but that does not mean it will be the right program for you.You didn’t stay in treatment long enough. The Guest House Ocala requires a minimum commitment of thirty days for our residential trauma treatment programs, for rare exceptions. Generally, we suggest ninety days as the foundation for treatment of any kind, including addictions and other disorders. Not staying in treatment long enough can mean being ill-prepared to step back out into the demands of everyday life. Without the proper coping skills and behaviors necessary, the effort of a treatment program falls short against real life stressors.