Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation

You might not think of outpatient care when you think of addiction treatment, but outpatient rehabs can be a great way to continue treatment therapy long after inpatient (or residential) treatment is finished. Outpatient rehabs can also be a good option for individuals with busy lifestyles like working professionals, parents, and students. Learn more about outpatient rehabs here…

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders refer to having both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder at the same time. Mental health can be a common underlying cause for substance abuse and vice versa. For this reason, co-occurring disorders are very common. To effectively treat occurring disorders requires a dual-diagnosis facility – meaning they treat each disorder separately but at the same time.

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CBT for Anxiety

Have you ever considered if your anxiety is well-founded? Through challenging anxious thoughts, putting “thoughts on trial,” and examining most likely outcomes one can find that worries, stressors, and other anxiety symptoms can often be reduced to a fleeting thought through empirically supported methods of cognitive-behavioral therapy. Even thoughts that do have clout can easily be surmounted with other techniques implemented with the self. With this guide, one can discover derivatives of this therapeutic battery for self-use in everyday scenarios.

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