Rehab Or Treatment: What’s The Difference and Which One Is Right For You? Treatment for addiction recovery can seem complex, with a million different options. Addiction is a condition that affects everyone differently; therefore, not all treatment methods will work on every person. With so much at stake—relationships, career, health, life, family, and more—it can… Continue reading Rehab Or Treatment: What’s The Difference and Which One Is Right For You?
What to Look for in Treatment During COVID Finding the right treatment center for your addiction recovery is a huge task, and is one of the most important decisions you can make along your journey. Pair this with a global pandemic, and you may be starting to feel a little lost as to what to… Continue reading What to Look for in Treatment During COVID
Why is it So Hard to Quit By Yourself? Seeking treatment is the first, but most important, step in battling addiction. The most important issue in life is your health and wellbeing, and for many, this may include getting help to be on the path towards the goal of sobriety. However, going at it by… Continue reading Why is it So Hard to Quit By Yourself?
Why are Experiential Therapies Helpful with Addiction? When it comes to treating addiction, no two treatment plans are exactly the same. This is because no two addictions are exactly the same. Treatment isn’t a cookie-cutter experience; rather, it is important to work closely with the client to find what will work best for them and… Continue reading Why are Experiential Therapies Helpful with Addiction?
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?
While it may seem like the younger generation is more prone to developing issues with addiction, the reality is that older adults have high rates of addiction as well especially with prescription drugs. It may seem intimidating for older adults to have to attend rehab in their retirement years but it can be crucial to… Continue reading Going to Treatment in Retirement