Musicians and Crew See a Surge in Depression and Anxiety During the Pandemic In a recent article by NME, musicians and crew are experiencing a surge in depression and anxiety brought on by the challenges related to the coronavirus pandemic. Keep reading to find out more about depression and anxiety, how it relates to the… Continue reading Musicians and Crew See a Surge in Depression and Anxiety
Does PTSD Lead to Addiction? Trauma is a debilitating thing to experience — mentally, physically, emotionally, and psychologically. It can lead to a host of issues throughout life if left untreated, including addiction or even death. It is also a hidden condition. While many people who experience addiction have a trauma as an underlying cause,… Continue reading Does PTSD Lead to Addiction?
Seeking Help Now: Mental Health Facilities and Covid-19 As you well know by now, we are living in uncertain and stressful times, and there is an extremely high likelihood that you have been impacted negatively by COVID-19. Whether that means you’ve lost your job, are experiencing financial hardships, or have high anxiety about contracting the… Continue reading Seeking Help Now: Mental Health Facilities and Covid-19
Does Trauma Lead to Addiction? Trauma is one of the main causes of addiction, whether knowingly or unknowingly. In fact, according to SAMHSA, 75 percent of women and men in substance abuse treatment report histories of abuse and trauma. Negative experiences from the past can have a major impact on an individual’s mental well-being to… Continue reading Does Trauma Lead to Addiction?
What Are The Most Addicting Prescription Medications? There are many reasons an individual might take prescription medications, such as anxiety disorders or pain management. They can be helpful for people with serious conditions to live a normal life when taken as directed. However, dangerous prescription drugs are one of the most highly abused substances. According… Continue reading What Are The Most Addicting Prescription Medications?
What is a Dual Diagnosis Or Co-Occurring Disorder? While doing your research into treatment centers and treatment options, you may be finding two unfamiliar terms repeating themselves: dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder. Addiction treatment makes all the difference when these two are identified, making it even more important for you and your family to know… Continue reading What is a Dual Diagnosis Or Co-Occurring Disorder?
This blog post was created as part of a collaboration with SelfGrowth.com If you clicked on this blog post, it could be for one of many reasons: you’re searching for answers or a rehab facility for yourself, you’re seeking information for a loved one, you’re looking for help for a client, or perhaps you’re researching… Continue reading Rehab Facility Questions You Should Be Asking
Many people who come to me for therapy do so not out of one or another urgent matter, but because they’re unsatisfied with how they’re living their lives. They may be feeling signs of social anxiety, sadness, or be struggling to deal with family conflict. Usually, they tell me they’re “fine, but…” Often I find… Continue reading Ask A Therapist: 10 Signs Of Social Anxiety