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Accelerated Resolution Therapy: An Innovative Trauma Intervention

Accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is a fairly new intervention that incorporates principles from many other psychotherapies to quickly alleviate trauma-related symptoms. This therapy may be a useful tool in your journey of healing and recovery. What Is Accelerated Resolution Therapy? ART is a relatively new treatment developed by Laney Rosenzweig in the late 2000s. AccordingRead More

Understanding the Hidden Impact of Social Anxiety and Substance Abuse

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), approximately 21.5 million adults in the U.S. alone have a co-occurring mental health disorder and substance use disorder (SUD). Moreover, mental health disorders and SUD share a bidirectional relationship. On one hand, SUD increases your risk of developing or exacerbating a mental health disorder.Read More

Which Type of Yoga Is Best for Me?

Yoga is an ancient Eastern practice that has a wide variety of benefits. However, many people feel overwhelmed when they try to practice yoga for the first time. However, starting slowly and researching the different types of yoga will put you on the right track. When you find the right form of yoga for you,Read More

What Strategies Help Alumni Overcome Procrastination?

It is easy to say to yourself that you will work on it tomorrow. However, tomorrow comes and it does not get finished. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Trying to overcome procrastination is a difficult challenge for most people. Almost everyone procrastinates at one time or another. For most people, it doesRead More

How Can I Maintain Healthy Relationships Despite Unhealthy Dynamics?

Maintaining healthy relationships is one of the staples of recovery. During treatment, you learned the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships. Unfortunately, just because you are on a path of self-discovery does not mean that others will be changing alongside you. This concept can be challenging if you’re excited about recovery and all the thingsRead More

Exploring the Intersection of Eating Disorders and Trauma

According to “Eating Disorder Statistics” from the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), approximately 28.8 million (9%) people in the U.S. experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. Despite the prevalence of eating disorders, stigma and poor mental health literacy (MHL) can delay treatment entry and engagement. Eating disorders do not developRead More

Overcoming Low Self-Esteem in Recovery

The journey of recovery has many ups and downs. Many people who are seeking better lives for themselves are also faced with feelings of low self-esteem. When you learn how to overcome these feelings, you will be able to move forward with more confidence during your recovery journey. How Low Self-Esteem Impacts Your Life ARead More

Healing Trauma: 5 Non-Clinical Ways

Healing trauma is a complex process that can include a wide variety of therapies and tools. While many traditional and clinical therapies can help one overcome trauma, these aren’t always effective alone. As you navigate your trauma recovery, it’s helpful to explore non-clinical methods as well. Healing Trauma Trauma is a widespread issue that knowsRead More

How Can Alumni Work Through Trauma?

There is no simple cure for trauma. Just as recovery comes in all shapes and sizes, so does trauma. The effects of trauma go beyond what the naked eye sees and live in your core. These effects can cause you to have unfamiliar responses and feelings. Still, it can be easy to dismiss traumatic andRead More