In this article, weexplore just what substances teens use. Then, we look at the direct interventions that can save your teen’s life
Equine therapy shifts your focus from internal to external needs. During sessions, you will bond with a horse, help care for their needs, feed them, brush them, saddle them, clean their stall, ride them and otherwise become connected to the animal on a deeper level. More on how it can help here.
Addiction is difficult to address. Sometimes, families try to intervene on their own…to no avail. Often, professional help is required. Dr. Louse Stanger has created a strategy to help professionals get loved ones into treatment. What are the basic tenets of the strategy? She helps provide insight here.
In reality, life after treatment is when a person’s addiction recovery genuinely begins. Innovative ideas on how to plan for treatment discharge here.
Dealing with addiction and stress burnout complicates recovery, so it’s critical to put your own needs first by engaging in consistent self care. Sound Healing helps you reduce and minimize the chronic stressors in your life that can lead to burnout. More here.
Is group therapy adaptable for treating addiction? Yes! During times of crisis, groups can comfort and guide people who otherwise might be unhappy or lost. More on how groups can work FOR YOU in this article.
Addiction is not really a hedonistic pursuit. It is a grueling, maladaptive way of relating to other people and an inability to be present in one’s life and self. Explore basic concepts brought forward by The Rat Park and learn how you can overcome addiction through connecting to other people. More here.
An article with 5 practical tips to getting started towards improved self-awareness. Learn how to identify and prevent relapse triggers with these beginning steps.
Experiential therapy used in addiction treatment can include equine, music and art, yoga and adventure therapy. Learn more about how getting a person into “an experience” can enhancement treatment outcomes here.
In order to resolve anger, you first need to understand what’s the problem that fuels it. Then, you look at your emotional reaction and decide whether you can resolve it or let it go. More here.