June 2020

The Ups and Downs of Recovery for Family

2022-02-17T16:29:02-05:00June 30th, 2020|

When a person battles with addiction, their family members – those who are closest to them – face many emotions that can be characterized almost as feeling as though they’re on a roller coaster. The [...]

Our Ever-Changing Roles in Recovery

2022-02-17T16:29:02-05:00June 29th, 2020|

If you were to take a moment to explain who you are, what type of words would you use to describe yourself? Would you explain that you’re a friend, lover, family member, cook, or an [...]

Your Guidebook to Relapse Cues

2022-02-17T16:29:01-05:00June 26th, 2020|

Relapse is probably one of the most commonly feared aspects of recovery, yet there is so much insight that can be gained from discussing and learning about it. While relapse prevention is certainly an important [...]

How Can I Overcome Seasonal Depression?

2022-02-17T16:29:06-05:00June 26th, 2020|

Now that it’s summertime, the days of winter are over which means that, with more sunlight and weather changes, those who battle with seasonal depression can begin recovering. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects approximately 4-6% [...]

Challenging Dynamics of Group Therapy

2022-02-17T16:29:01-05:00June 25th, 2020|

If you’ve been looking into treatment options or heard stories from others in recovery, you may have heard about group therapy. Many recovery programs include speaking with a therapist in what’s called psychotherapy or talk [...]

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