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Individual Therapy vs. Family Therapy

Mental health issues affect one out of five adults in America. Every day, millions of people seek help for these issues from trained mental health professionals. A broad range of mental health conditions needs treatment using an equally wide range of therapies. Finding the proper treatment for each patient’s situation is something that a good…

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What is the Difference Between DBT and CBT?

Each year, one in five adults in the United States experiences a mental health condition such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD. Many people continue to live with persistent mental health issues. If you live with a mental health disorder, you have likely heard about talk therapy as a form of treatment. Talk therapy effectively treats…

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Do I Need Dialectical Behavior Therapy?

When used in conjunction with medication, talk therapy is one of the most effective forms of therapy in use for a wide variety of mental health conditions. However, talk therapy is not a one-size-fits-all approach. There are different types and techniques of talk therapy offered at mental health facilities. Dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, is…

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3 Signs You Need Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Women

People go through all sorts of experiences in life, intense joy and triumph paired with pain and disappointment. Their reaction to these experiences will depend on the mental tools they have equipped. However, these tools aren’t always well-developed or maintained, and people from all walks of life can struggle with mental health disorders. It’s not…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Women

Your mental health is one of the most significant factors in your overall well-being and happiness. However, one in five Americans struggles with mental health disorders each year, with almost half of the population experiencing a mental health issue in their lifetime. Only a small portion of these people will seek care at a residential…

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5 Ways to Support Women’s Health Month

May is Women’s Health Month, including National Women’s Health Week from May 8 – 14, 2022. This celebration of women’s health starts on Mother’s Day and aims to encourage women and girls to make their health a priority. Women’s Health Month is important because many caregivers are women. This calling to provide care and support…

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5 Benefits of Women’s Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety is an expected part of modern life. Uncertainty and doubt can cause us to worry or experience stress. However, anxiety disorders affect millions of Americans. These disorders can cause problems in a person’s personal, family, and professional life. One in five American adults has an anxiety disorder, and it is twice as likely for…

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Functional Alcoholism: 20 Things To Know

The classic picture of an alcoholic as a person who always drinks too much and whose life is falling apart only pertains to a portion of people with alcohol use disorder (AUD). Many people appear outwardly fine or even successful, even though they abuse alcohol. Referred to as high-functioning alcoholics, these individuals may be successful…

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Why It’s Bad to Have Stress

Stress is a normal reaction that everyone experiences in response to feeling anxious or threatened. However, we all experience it differently. Some stress is a normal part of life and cannot be avoided. Chronic stress can be debilitating and cause or exacerbate other health issues. If you or a loved one suffers from chronic stress,…

Exercise and Drug Addiction

Exercise and Drug Addiction

Food, Exercise and Drug Addiction: A Strange Combination Eating healthy, exercise and drug addiction may seem like an odd combination. However, recent studies show that exercise could decrease substance abuse and reinforce abstinence. At the same time, healthy eating may increase mood and long-term recovery. Exercising while using drugs is not recommended. The reason is…