Unlocking the Healing Potential: How A Positive Outlook Transforms Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis treatment refers to a specialized therapy approach that addresses the coexistence of substance abuse and mental health disorders. It recognizes the interconnectedness of these [...]

Is There Rehab for Mental Health Disorders?

When you hear the word “rehab,” you likely think of treatment for addiction. However, rehab isn’t just for those struggling with addiction. Rehab for mental health disorders is available to help [...]

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Clinical Depression?

We all have bad days. However, if you are consistently feeling down and hopeless, you may be struggling with clinical depression. Clinical depression, left untreated, can significantly reduce [...]

Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders

According to SAMHSA, about 9.2 million US adults have a co-occurring disorder. A co-occurring, or dual diagnosis, is when someone is diagnosed with both a mental health disorder and substance use [...]

What is the Relationship Between Anxiety and Addiction?

Nearly 7.7 million adults struggle with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. Although not all addicts suffer from mental illness, a significant number of addicts do struggle with a [...]

What is EMDR Therapy?

EMDR therapy is a form of psychotherapy that helps people effectively heal from emotional distress caused by traumatic memories. Trauma can significantly reduce an individual’s mental and [...]

Does Alcohol Make Anxiety Worse?

Anxiety is the sensation of concern or anxiousness about the future. It might be minor or severe. It impacts your thoughts and feelings and frequently causes physical signs such as a faster [...]

What are Common Dual Diagnosis Disorders?

Dealing with a mental condition is not easy, but it can be even more difficult if a dual diagnosis disorder develops. A dual diagnosis is a co-occurring mental disorder that occurs when a person [...]

Are Alcoholism, Depression, and Anxiety Related?

The 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicates more than 14 million American’s over the age of 12 had an alcohol use disorder in 2018. Of those, up to 40% struggle with a co-occurring [...]

10 Tips for Overcoming Depression and Substance Use

Although not the most common mental illness, depression affects approximately one out of fifteen American adults. Struggles with depression touch the lives of thousands of people each year. [...]

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