A case for the benefits of intensive residential rehab.
Here we review the book “Healing the Wounds of Childhood” by Don St John, Ph.D., a book about healing from traumatic childhood experiences by treating the mind, emotions, and body. Here is why you should get your hands on it.
Is your teenager struggling with both addiction and depression? Learn how you can help them here.
Aftercare is important to help recovering addicts stay sober. In fact, having a program in place after formal treatment can help prevent relapse when treatment end. Learn more, here.
With an opiate epidemic in our midst, many people know little or have not heard about Ibogaine treatment. Although Ibogaine may not be right for everyone, it offers a solution to many addicts that could save lives.
Looking for an inspirational story about addiction recovery? Check out why we’re loving “The Painting and the Piano” and why you might consider adding it to your library. More here.
Cognitive Behavioral coping skills Treatment (CBT) is a short-term approach, focused on helping substance dependent individuals to abstain from their drug of choice. But, is CBT truly effective in treating addiction? We review here.
Neuroplasticity and addiction: How can integrative therapies help address past trauma? INTERVIEW with Sabino RecoveryMay 28th, 2016
Can a once-damaged brain of an addict can heal itself? And how can the brain be retrained during addiction treatment? Sabino Recovery helps us uncover the answers to these questions by sharing their personal and professional experience here. Read the full interview and find out more here.
Art therapies can help raise self-esteem. They also provide an opportunity to create new experiences. But, what is art therapy, really? How is it used in the treatment of addiction? Find more in the text that follows.
In this article, Dr. Janice Walton outlines a typical first session using the Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) approach for addiction issues. Great for clinicians interested in the power of NLP!