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Reconnecting With Parents After Treatment

Family relationships can be challenging. Sure, you did not pick your parents, and they may frustrate you. Still, they can be a source of love, support, and affection. However, when you are dealing with addiction or other difficulties in life, it can be easy to become estranged from family members. Reconnecting with parents can bringRead More

Treating OCD With Group Therapy

According to Mental Health America (MHA), from 2019-2020, 20.78% of adults (over 50 million adults) experienced a mental health disorder. However, only 54.7% of adults (nearly 28 million adults) in the United States receive support to address their mental health disorders. One of the contributing factors to this gap in mental health treatment is stigma.Read More

Do I Have to Talk About My Recovery After Treatment?

The journey of recovery is lifelong and wrought with challenges. On your journey, you will likely encounter people who are exhausting and difficult. Conversely, you will also meet people you want to befriend. However, not every person you meet is entitled to know your story, no matter how genuine and nice they may seem. ItRead More

Why You Should Stay 90 Days in Treatment

One of the top questions asked by people before entering treatment is, “How long will I need to be there?” While the answer can vary from person to person, many studies show that it’s best to stay 90 days in treatment. At 90 days, you will have the best chance at successful, long-term recovery. WhyRead More

What to Bring to Rehab

Preparing for rehab can bring up a lot of anxious thoughts, feelings, and emotions. In order to ease some of the uncertainty, it’s important to know what to bring to rehab so you can make the most out of your stay. Rehab Is a Unique Treatment Pathway According to the Substance Abuse and Mental HealthRead More

What Causes Disordered Eating?

It is not uncommon for people to experience complicated relationships with food. Oftentimes, eating disorders and/or disordered eating are associated with purging or starvation. However, these experiences are very complex and vary between clients. Eating habits vary across clients and, regardless of the relationship with food, all eating disorders and disordered eating habits are valid.Read More

What Are Holistic Treatments, and How Do They Address Mental Health?

According to an article from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), more than one in five, or 57.8 million adults in the United States have a mental health disorder. Despite how many people in the U.S. are impacted by mental health conditions, there are still numerous misconceptions about what having and living with aRead More

Does Being Triggered After Treatment Mean That Treatment Didn’t Work?

It has been said that recovery is not a destination but rather a journey. You completed treatment, which is a big accomplishment. However, your journey doesn’t end there. Many people complete treatment and experience triggers after treatment. This can raise some flags and create worry. Your recovery path will be tailored to your belief systemRead More

How Can I Be a Better Parent in Recovery?

You have made it this far in your healing journey and that is something to celebrate. It takes courage and bravery to prioritize your recovery and put everything else aside. Now that you are facing life newly sober, you may be struggling with how to be a better parent in recovery. You are not aloneRead More

Did I Inherit Addiction?

If you struggle with addiction, it is natural to wonder where it came from. You might wonder if you learned the behavior or inherited genes that made you more likely to have issues with addiction in your life. While addiction is complex, the simple answer is yes. Your genetics do play a role, and youRead More