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Is a Residential Treatment Program Right for Me?

Mental health issues in adults are both common and treatable. But different people have diverse treatment needs. Symptoms can vary in severity, and some issues require more intensive treatment. If you or a loved one are struggling with a mental illness, or outpatient treatment has not been effective, it could be time to enter a…

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How Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Can Promote Positive Thinking

A common misconception around mental health is that you need to be suffering from a diagnosed mental illness to benefit from therapy. While therapy is undoubtedly a central facet of dealing with mental illness, people seek out therapy for a wide variety of reasons, such as grief, trauma, or even simply the stress of daily…

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Understanding How Dual Diagnosis Treatment Can Help You

Many people consider mental illness and drug addiction to be separate issues. However, current research demonstrates the importance of treating these mental health conditions together. People who struggle with substance use disorders may suffer from co-occurring mental illnesses. These may include depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In some cases, a person’s underlying mental health disorders…

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Benefits of Seeking a Depression Rehabilitation Center

If you feel like you’ve lost control over your life or previous attempts at treating depression have been ineffective, a depression rehabilitation program could be the right choice for you. Our team of highly trained professionals at the Atlanta Center For Mental Health is here for you and your mental health. A depression rehabilitation program…

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Effective Ways of Communication for Someone With Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety are among the most common mental health conditions in the United States. Mental illness can impact every aspect of a person’s life, from physical and emotional health to their ability to function in daily life. It can also negatively impact their ability to communicate effectively when forming relationships or asking…

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How an Alumni Program Acts as a Support Network

Millions of people in the United States live with mental health issues or a substance use disorder. Comprehensive mental health treatment can give people the best chance to manage their symptoms and lead healthy, fulfilling lives. Recovery from mental illness or substance abuse is a lifelong process. Treatment is only the first step. People need…

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Benefits of Individual Talk Therapy for Mental Health

Millions of people in the United States live with symptoms of a mental illness. Research shows that about one in five American adults will meet the criteria for a mental illness in a given year, and almost half will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Mental illness is very common and treatable with medication…

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How to Get a Confirmed Depression Diagnosis

Many people live with symptoms of a mental illness. Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, and many people require treatment to recover from it. If you think you might benefit from a depression treatment program, the first step might be getting a depression diagnosis. If you or someone you love require treatment…

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