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Fear in the Early Stages of Recovery

Cindy Hardy ❘

A life of addiction involves fear, and the prospect of starting recovery might be frightening. However, overcoming fear is the key to finding freedom.

Rural Communities: Sticking to a Recovery Plan No Matter the Distance

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

With almost one in five adults in the U.S. living with a mental illness, Americans that live in rural communities face obstacles accessing treatment.

7 Tips for Dealing with Insomnia During Detox

Theresa Parisi ❘

Insomnia is one of the most challenging withdrawal symptoms many starting recovery experience during detox, but there are ways to minimize its impact.

Ping Pong Treatment

Cindy Hardy ❘

Ping pong treatment is a term used to describe what happens when a patient bounces back and forth between addiction and mental health treatment.

Is Alcohol a Drug?

Theresa Parisi ❘

Alcohol is a drug, and a highly addictive one. Specifically, It is classified as a Central Nervous System (CNS) depressant.

Integrated Treatment: Part 2 – The Approach

Cindy Hardy ❘

The integrated treatment approach to psychiatric and substance use disorders makes sense from the standpoint of viewing recovery from a holistic approach.

Integrated Treatment: Part 1

Cindy Hardy ❘

The goal of addressing addiction and mental illness is to provide an overall understanding of the importance of an integrated treatment approach.

Understanding Addiction Transference

Theresa Parisi ❘

Addiction transference is a common problem that can occur to individuals who struggle with or are recovering from alcohol, drug or behavioral addictions.

The Difference Between Identity and Identifying in Recovery

David Hampton ❘

Identity plays a significant role in both addiction and recovery. Learn more about the difference between identity and identifying in recovery.

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