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Treatment Options for Co-Occurring Disorders
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Treatment Options for Co-Occurring Disorders

By on Aug 15, 2022 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery |

A person with co-occurring disorders typically has a substance use disorder, such as drug or alcohol addiction, as well as a mental health disorder, such as depression, bipolar disorder, or post-traumatic stress disorder. Co-occurring disorders are not uncommon, since one can lead to the other. However, treatment for co-occurring disorders requires more careful...

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What to Expect from Behavioral Counseling
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What to Expect from Behavioral Counseling

By on Jun 24, 2022 in Blog, Recovery |

Addiction treatment is more than just getting help to stop using substances. It also requires developing skills to help prevent you from relapsing. For example, you may need to learn how to take care of your physical health to help your body repair the damage created by substance use. You may need to work to heal family relationships that may have suffered....

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Communicating Honestly in Recovery: Simple Ways to Be Honest with Yourself and Others
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Communicating Honestly in Recovery: Simple Ways to Be Honest with Yourself and Others

By on May 23, 2022 in Blog, Recovery |

There’s often a lot to think about and go through during recovery. You have lots of feelings coming to the surface and perhaps some fears about the future. You may even feel overwhelmed with everything happening around you. Yet, throughout your recovery, it is critical to remain honest. Being honest with yourself and with those who support you is a critical...

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Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction
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Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction

By on Apr 17, 2022 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery |

Prescription medications often seem safe to take. After all, your doctor wrote a prescription for you based on their assessment of your condition. Unfortunately, some prescription medications present the danger of addiction, even if you use the medication exactly as your doctor prescribed. More unfortunate still is that the addictive properties of the drugs can make...

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