December 30, 2021

4 Keys to New Year’s Resolutions to Help SUD Recovery

New Year’s resolutions meant to improve physical or mental health are nothing new. But for people recovering from substance use disorder (SUD), resolutions can often have […]
December 16, 2021

How Seasonal Affective Disorder Can Affect Recovery

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of recurring depression pattern that is brought about by changes in the season or other specific seasonal periods. SAD […]
December 2, 2021

Is Biofeedback Therapy for You?

If you’ve been going through options for mental health treatment and rehab, you might find some clinicians and programs advertising biofeedback therapy as one of the […]
November 25, 2021

How To Improve Your Relapse Prevention Plan

Today, the consensus among most mental health professionals is that relapses are often just part of recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). According to the National […]
November 18, 2021

Why Is It So Hard to Quit Nicotine?

Though it might seem odd to discuss tobacco in the same vein as cocaine or heroin, tobacco is, a dangerous and addictive substance. Of course, when […]
November 4, 2021

Does Person-Centered Therapy Work for SUD Recovery?

While cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is the most widely used psychotherapy approach in substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, there are alternatives a therapist may prefer to use […]
November 2, 2021

9 Reasons SUD Patients Fail to Make a Full Recovery

Today, the word “cure” is rarely used in mental health treatment circles, as it implies that patients with conditions like substance use disorder (SUD) can revert […]
October 7, 2021

Is Opioid Replacement Therapy Safe?

Opioid replacement therapy (ORT), also known as opioid substitution, opioid maintenance, opioid-assisted treatment, and other similar terms, is the process of substituting a more dangerous opioid […]
September 14, 2021

4 Reasons Why You Should Continue Counseling and Therapy After Rehab

While completing rehab is a major life milestone, your recovery journey has only just begun. For many people recovering from substance use disorder (SUD), maintaining sobriety […]

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