Category: Treatment

Highest Standards, Nationally Recognized:

Residential Treatment 

Despite the fact that addiction and substance abuse can take years to develop and to become severe, many people expect that recovery will be a quick fix. Nobody wants to really go through all of the pain and discomfort that

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Borderline Personality Disorder

Note: If you are having suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Your life matters and you are not alone. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects people all across the world, with many of them being women.

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Treatment Needs

When selecting a treatment center, there are many factors you want to consider. Long-term success in recovery has been shown by many studies to help people achieve their recovery goals, but there are still some important components to consider when

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Couple’s Therapy

Previous studies have shown that when mental illness is involved in a romantic relationship, typically both partners must work together to get a better understanding of the mental illness and what a partner needs to thrive – but many couples

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Mental Health Tools

Mental health is something that should be worked on every day, but this can be difficult to do when it feels like all of life’s responsibilities – like school, parenting, career, bills and more – come tumbling on after us.

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Signs of Depression

Here are a few common signs that it’s time to seek help for depression. We all feel depressed sometimes. In fact, it’s completely normal to feel downtrodden, sad, or just plain blue, at one point or another. Life has its

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Self-Expression and Recovery

Expressing yourself is so important, especially in recovery. Here are some modes of creative self-expression and how they help. During active addiction, we often forego our creative impulses and self-expressive tendencies, as our substances of choice took over our lives.

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The Importance of Empathy

Empathy is a vital human ability that lets us connect with others and feel less alone. Here’s how to practice it daily. We hear a lot about “empathy” these days. It seems to be having a trending moment, and for

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