By Robert Wright, Jr., Ph.D., COFT The Stress Relief Doctor ARTICLE SUMMARY: This article reviews the effects of missing sleep and how it can impact your addiction recovery. Sleep deprivation has been connected with increased relapse, adverse health effects, and suicidal thinking. More here, with a section at the end for your questions. ESTIMATED READING […]
The main goal of any addiction treatment facility is to help people achieve balance in mind and body. In the last two decades, a new form of treatment has been rapidly expanding. Known as “holistic treatment”, this possible key to recovery success focuses on the mind, body, and spirit. What’s it really all about? We’ve asked a clinician who’s practicing holistic therapy to explain more in this exclusive digital interview.
A look at the connection between mood disorders and addiction. Often, one feeds the other. But which came first? Plus, a simple 5-step process for making sure you get the treatment that you need.
A growing number of luxury treatment centers are opening across Thailand. Why might you consider a stay in one of them? We explore some of the benefits of an exotic rehab here.
In this article, you’ll learn how to understand and identify addiction. Then, we’ll explain how you can find appropriate treatment. Finally, we list your rehab options…a comprehensive GUIDE to PCP addiction and its treatment here!
Rehab offers you many opportunities to learn and change. Find out more about what happens in a heroin rehab. Then, explore your options for change here.
A look into the connection and linkages between substance use disorder and mental illness…plus the call for proper diagnosis and treatment. From expect Contributor, Dr. Jeff Nalin, Psy.D.
In reality, life after treatment is when a person’s addiction recovery genuinely begins. Innovative ideas on how to plan for treatment discharge here.
Can Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) be successfully utilized as a part of addiction treatment? We think it shows promise. For more, read 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.